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Chimpsticks Beginner's Chopsticks
$7.99 $4.99
Chimpsticks Beginner's Chopsticks
"Your younglings should learn to appreciate other cultures, including their food and methods of eating, so introduce them early to asian cuisine and chopsticks! Over a billion people in the world know how to use chopsticks. That's billion, with a B, and the teaching method for chopsticks most often used is ""learn to use them, or don't eat."" Effective, if potentially cruel. In the West, many restaurants go through a lot of trouble to take a pair of chopsticks, bind them with a rubber band, and jam the paper wrapper in between, creating a ""starter pair."" Nice, but do you really want the hostesses hands all over your kids eating utensils? And where did that rubber band come from? *shudders* Next, we'll talk about monkeys. Our closest simian relatives, they've got 5 fingers on each hand, are unusually intelligent, and capable of complex tasks. They're often employed as helpers, which is why we make use of them in our warehouse for packing shipments, in our code-farms slinging perl, and at the security desk where they are unusually adept at tasering unwanted visitors. Lately, we've begun to realize that monkeys are so useful, we can employ their mere likenesses to great effect! Which brings us, finally, to these wonderful Chimpsticks! Chopsticks, made to look like a monkey with extremely long hands, help your kids learn how to get started with chopsticks! Tiny grasping hands on 8.5 inch removable and dishwasher-safe sticks are held together with soft and flexible food-safe silicone shaped like a helper monkey! It gets your kids engaged, and eager to learn how to use the chopsticks like a big-kid!"
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Blade Runner Style LED Umbrella
$14.99 $8.99
Blade Runner Style LED Umbrella
Early in the 21st Century, the Tyrell Corporation advanced robot evolution into the Nexus phase - a being virtually identical to a human - known as a Replicant. They're all around you, even now. That guy next to you? He's a Replicant. How do we know? He's walking the streets in the rain with no umbrella. That, and he failed the Voight-Kampff. In the pre-apocalyptic future, the air will be so thick, it will be dark in the middle of the day. Coupled with the almost constant rain, you'll need to find a way to stay dry and light your way to the noodle shop down the street. Even if you don't live in a quasi-futuristic Los Angeles and you aren't a Blade Runner, you can still have the coolest umbrella on the street. With a push of a button, the shaft lights up, illuminating you and your path. Now, even in the darkest of nights, you're a lot more visible to the cars on the street, making your long walk home through the rain a lot safer.
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Geeky Wrapping Paper
$2.99
Geeky Wrapping Paper
After years of toiling and desperation, our engineers at ThinkGeek GiftLabs have finally invented something so unique and innovative, it perplexes even the brightest minds as to how global society might be impacted. We'll explain it to you but if your brain explodes, we warned you. You see, we have taken the flesh of a tree, mixed it up with some water and other patented goos. Then we took both some organic and inorganic pigments and dissolved them into a solvent...
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