USB Mushroom Lamp
"Ever wonder what Mario would do if he couldn't lay pipe or rescue princesses anymore? Would he get a desk job? His fingers are a little too fat for data entry, so maybe Mario could get an entry level job at a call center, where he can sit in an ultra-tiny cube and answer the phone, ""It's-a Mario! How canna I help you today?"" And clearly, should Mario be a cube dweller, he'd want to illuminate his workspace with these super cute Mushroom Lamps. The red lamp makes Mario sit a little taller and the green lamp gives him the energy needed to power through until the weekend. If you put them on your desk, they may do the same for you! Each lamp is powered through USB and the inner light is provided by magic... or two super bright white LEDs, believe what you will. Product Specifications Red & green mushroom lamps for your desk or nightstand Inner light provided by magic (or 2 super bright white LEDs, believe what you will) Press mushroom once to switch on, press again to switch off Mushroom diameter: 13 cm (5.12""), base diameter: 10.8 cm (4.25""), height: 14 cm (5.5"") Powered by USB"
Spilt Milk Cereal Bowl
We're going to let you inside the hallowed halls of ThinkGeek's World Domination Corporate Headquarters for a moment for a quick tour. Over here is our cloning facility where we build the genetically engineered robot monkeys that fill your packages for shipment. Down the hall there is the lead-lined bunker where the experimental tricobalt fusion reactor pumps out the terawatts of power necessary to keep the engines of commerce running in our datacenter. Around the corner there is Ted from human resources. And over here is the commissary. This is where many of our geeks take their lunch breaks where they ingest their favorite kinds of fuel. Some opt for Taun Taun steaks, others go for shredded bits of vegetation - what we call 'Salad Club.' Still others opt for bowls of colorful breakfast cereal for lunch. What? There's nothing wrong with breakfast cereal as an other-than-for-breakfast meal! Look at the side of the packaging - it's chock full of all kinds of vitamins, and where else are you going to get your RDA of yellow number six? It's, like, a daily requirement, man. Anyway, most of our geeks use highly specialized vessels in which they pour their Trix, or Captain Crunch, or Fruity Pebbles. Hans prefers upturned dinosaur fossil skulls. Christian two-fists it by pouring a mouthful of cereal followed by a gulp of soy-milk with each bite. However, we've just got in a shipment of squishy silicone bowls made to look like an artistic splash of milk frozen into a concave shape. Perfectly suitable for a giant bowl of Peanut Butter Bumpers. Moving on - we're walking, we're walking. And here's the end of our tour! Make sure you visit the gift shop on your way out!