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Batman Ice Cube Tray
$9.99
Batman Ice Cube Tray
We'd say that Bruce Wayne uses these ice cubes when he throws a party, but that's probably a big fat lie. After all, that would give away his big secret. So we'll say that other people in Gotham who appreciate the good deeds of Batman probably use these when they throw parties. This silicone ice cube tray makes twelve bat insignia ice cubes. Not only are they the perfect addition to whatever you're drinking while reading the new Batman comics, they also look great in Halloween party drinks...
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Click n Cook
$34.99
Click n Cook
"Every kitchen has an organization system for eating utensils. There's that boxy thing that goes in the utensil drawer and it has compartments for forks, spoons, knives, and other nomming devices. But when it comes to cooking utensils, it's a bit of a free-for-all. Maybe you have a big ceramic jar with serving spoons, spatulas, and salad tongs sproinging out of it. Or you have a colorful basket full of can openers, cheese graters, and corkscrews. Whatever your ""system"" of ""organizing"" your cooking implements, it's hardly organized. Or a system. But with the Click n Cook, digging around for the right cooking utensil is a thing of the past. Click n Cook is a modular spatula system that keeps all your essential utensils in one easy place. The set features a stainless steel storage block, a sturdy ergonomic handle, and five detachable spatula heads: a classic flat spatula, a long and flexible slotted spatula for cooking fish, an extra-wide slotted spatula for when you can has cheezburger, a flexible mixer for mixing brownie batter, and a slotted spoon for stirring pasta. Just snap the attachment into the handle, cook up a storm and release with a click of a button when you’re done. Organizing your cooking supplies has never been easier!"
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Keurig K65 Special Edition Single Cup Coffee Maker
$149.99
Keurig K65 Special Edition Single Cup Coffee Maker
The Keurig K65 Single Cup Brewer is the mid-luxury home brewing system in the Keurig line, and offers a blend of styling and convenient features. This Special Edition features chrome accents, a blue-backlit LCD and three brew size options. Programmable features include a digital clock, adjustable temperature, and auto on/off. The 48-oz. removable water reservoir holds up to eight cups before refilling, and the removable drip tray allows for easy cleaning and the use of travel mugs. The Special Edition Brewing System is UL and c-UL approved for Household use only. Power is 1500 Watts and Voltage is 120VAC/60HZ. Features include: 3 cup-size options 48-ounce removable reservoir Removable drip tray for easy cleaning Water filter kit Blue backlit LCD and reservoir Auto on/off Digital clock Adjustable temperature control About Keurig Single-Cup Coffee BrewersPeople who enjoy gourmet coffee are quickly realizing that Keurig single-cup is the way to make coffee. It's easy because Keurig single-cup brewing takes all the guesswork out of making a great cup of coffee. Each individually sealed K-Cup portion pack contains the perfect amount of coffee ensuring the perfect amount of ground coffee to satisfy every taste profile. This superior K-Cup technology offers the perfect cup of coffee without the mess of grinding coffee beans and loading grounds into coffee filters. The Keurig brewing system also offers a coffee house quality cup of coffee for just a fraction of the cost of a coffee house and with the convenience of brewing instantly in your own kitchen. We understand that the perfect cup of coffee means something different to everyone. That's why the Keurig system offers hundreds of K-Cups varieties and multiple brew sizes on all our kitchen brewers. These choices give you the flexibility to find your perfect cup of coffee. Larger brew sizes do not provide as strong a cup of coffee as the smaller ones - so if you're looking
Hayneedle.com
Polluted Toxic Waste Glasses
$15.99
Polluted Toxic Waste Glasses
Unless you're ingesting only pure rainwater and distilled pure grain alcohol, you're ingesting poison. That's right, Mandrake. Just like the global communist conspiracy, anything you drink will infiltrate and corrupt from within. That's why we're strong believers in total commitment. As long as you're going to drink poison, you may as well make sure your drinking vessel of choice makes it look the part. Sure, we all have hard jobs - Ice-cream Fluoridation Administrator, Director of Survival Mineshafts, Nuclear Rodeo Cowboy - but at the end of the day, we could all use a drink, amirite? So grab your highball, and pour yourself a nice tall glass of something tasty. Oh, and if you can make it green and slightly radioactive, even better. These glasses look the part, alright. Each set of two glasses look like little 55 gallon drums except they're just twelve ounces, and they're made of borosilicate glass. Still, with the nuclear hazard logo etched in the side, and filled with some sort of green luminescent liquid on-the-rocks, they're guaranteed to be the hit of the party.
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Whiskey Stones
$19.99
Whiskey Stones
"Okay, water is awesome. We can’t deny that. And perhaps its best feature is that it can freeze (You know that ""ice"" stuff? That's made of water!). And not to mention that when frozen, it's practically perfect for warm beverages. But wait, there's a catch! If the temperature doesn't stay below freezing, then the hard water starts to melt and your drink becomes all watery and doesn't taste good anymore. It's all very scientific stuff. You wouldn’t understand. Luckily, a few great soapstone workers in Perkinsville, Vermont have created Whiskey Stones. These little ice-imitators are specially designed to put a slight chill in your Whiskey. All you do is put them in the freezer for a few hours and then pop a couple into a glass of single malt. Once you're done, rinse, dry and do it all over again! And no need to worry about a watery drink, because these stones don't dilute (that’s the best part). Dylan Thomas would've loved these things. We hope you will too."
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Nostalgia Electrics SPF200 Soft Pretzel Maker
$29.99
Nostalgia Electrics SPF200 Soft Pretzel Maker
About Nostalgia ElectricsAt Nostalgia Electrics, the aim is to add excitement to your small appliances. Whether you find one of their products in a retail store, home shopping network, or online, it's guaranteed to meet and exceed your expectations. They strive for innovation in small appliances and while many of their products are designed to optimize your hosting experience, safety doesn't take a back seat. All Nostalgia Electrics carry the GS and SSA electrical approvals. With Nostalgia Electrics, Everyday's a party!
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Pizza-Boss 3000 Pizza Cutter
$14.99
Pizza-Boss 3000 Pizza Cutter
When a man tears into a pizza, he does so with his bare hands! He then cries and rushes off to the emergency room to get his fresh 2nd degree burns looked at. Unfortunately, that's not the best approach to eating a double-pepperoni. As anybody who's been burned by bubbling cheese fresh out of the oven, you're gonna want to cut your 'za into manageable slices. If, however, you insist on maintaining your total dominance over Italian cuisine, you can cut your pizza into manageable slices using a pizza cutter that looks like a circular saw! Oh yeah! The Pizza Boss 3000 pizza slicer makes short work of sausage, powers through pepperoni, and annihilates anchovies like a hot knife through, well, pizza, actually. So the next time you're faced with a beautiful New York style pepperoni, or a classic Chicago deep dish meatstravaganza with extra bacon, grab your Pizza Boss 3000 and show that pie who's in charge. Booya. Features Laser etched stainless steel blade High-durability plastic Removable blade for easy cleaning Measures 5 inches long, 2.25 inches wide, and 4.25 inches tall No batteries, gasoline, or oil required to operate this power tool!
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Spilt Milk Cereal Bowl
$14.99 $5.99
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!
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Crystal Skull Glassware
$9.99
Crystal Skull Glassware
Have you been putting in late hours at your lab in Castle East? Seeing eerie and surprising sights? Now the cadavers rise, the ghouls knock down the doors, the zombies are pouring drinks for Wolf Man and Dracula... are you still at work or is this a party? Now everything's cool. Just have that coffin-banger over at the bar mix you a Transylvania Twist in one of these Crystal Skull Shotglasses. Not into shots? No biggie, how about a pumpkin ale or a hard cider in a Crystal Skull Stein? Sit back and enjoy the rockin' sounds of Igor and the Crypt-Kicker Five. Just remember, no matter how awesome the monster bash is, we'd like to see you around tomorrow. We hear that Frankenstein runs a designated driver service. Product Specifications Creepy cool glassware for Halloween or anytime Host your own monster bash (with or without vampires) Choose: Skull Stein (holds 1 pint), features bony handle Set of 4 Skull Shotglasses (1.5 ounces each) Dishwasher safe We love you (even you creepy people), so drink responsibly
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The Gun Mug
$9.99
The Gun Mug
Most mornings, caffeine is required before your brain properly engages. Attempting to startle or aggravate a geek before he's had his morning jolt is asking for a world of hurt. Geeks can be downright snippy before they've had a chance to properly wake up. Extreme care must be taken in these circumstances. Every morning, without fail, there's that worthless jerk in the office that's been awake with the sun, and, with extreme perkiness, tries to engage you in mindless banter. Your synapses fire just enough to remind you that, indeed, you hate that guy. Relying entirely on your lizard brain to work the controls on the coffee dispenser, you pour a piping hot cup-o-joe into your Gun Mug. Seeing the handle and the trigger-grip, said jerk gets the message quickly and backs the hell off. Nobody wants to mess with a geek with a gun. Even if that gun is only loaded with coffee. Features Black ceramic coffee mug with pistol grip Looks bad-ass in your hand Holds 8 ounces of your favorite hot beverage Five by three by four inches Gun mug safety is no joke. Keep your gun mug properly maintained and clean at all times Dishwasher safe
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