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Like/Dislike Stamp Set
$12.99 $10.39
Like/Dislike Stamp Set
"History Time: The thumbs up/thumbs down gesture for approval/distaste (and which gesture means which) comes from Ancient Roman times - specifically, instructions to the gladiator on whether or not to spare his opponent. But here's the thing: the Latin term for this is Pollice verso, which translates to ""turned thumb."" If you consult the writings of old dead Roman people, you'll find even they contradict each other on which one is really approval and which is distaste. But, who cares: we of the present have decreed thumbs up to be good and thumbs down to be bad. And that's the model that the Like/Dislike Stamp Set perpetuates. Each Like/Dislike Stamp Set comes with two, self-inking stamps (that's why we call it a set). Use the Like stamp for things you like and the Dislike stamps for things you don't like. For instance: we like origami - so though we will probably crush the little paper swan, we're gonna stamp it with the Like stamp. We don't like TPS reports, so we'll save the Dislike stamp for that. And why did we provide these further instructions and examples for such a straight forward product? Simple: to fill up space. YAY. Get your Like/Dislike Stamp Set today, and ink up your future with your opinion tomorrow. Like/Dislike Stamp Set Set of two stamps - for every occasion. Self-inking, for your convenience. Set includes one of each stamp. Dimensions: 3"" x 1.25"" x 2.5"""
ThinkGeek
Doctor Who Cell Phone Alert Charms
$9.99
Doctor Who Cell Phone Alert Charms
"If there is one thing the Doctor hates, it's missing a call on his cell phone. And sometimes, he's in a place where he has to be very quiet and sneak about so he doesn't get seen. Lucky for him, then, that whilst traveling the universe he found a little shop selling baby Daleks and Cybermen - really tiny, pocket-sized Daleks and Cybermen. They were too small to cause any harm, but they did have one curious feature. When exposed to certain frequencies, they would spin in a circle and cause random lights to flash. The good Doctor knew he had a powerful tool at his disposal so he bought a ton of the little creatures and disappeared into his workshop. When he emerged, he had invented the Dalek Cell Phone Alert Charm. Later, by popular demand of folks who were a little creeped out by Daleks and Cybermen, he used the same technology to reproduce his trusty vehicle, the TARDIS. Just hang one off your jacket, computer bag, navel ring, etc., and any time you get a call on your cell phone, your very own Dalek, Cyberman, or TARDIS will spin around and little lights will flash near its base. It's just that simple. So, anytime you have to leave your cell phone on ""silent,"" just watch your charm to see if you have an incoming call. 'But hey,' you are wondering, 'Didn't you just say the Doctor invented these things? Then how did ThinkGeek get them to sell to me?' Let's just say we have friends all over the universe..."
ThinkGeek
Dragon Ear Wrap - Right Ear
$34.99
Dragon Ear Wrap - Right Ear
We see people with awesome piercings every so often and think, "That'd be neat to have, but they must have been working on that for years." For people who don't have that kind of time, we introduce the commitment-free Dragon Ear Wrap. He hovers over your right shoulder, whispering bad ideas into your ear (like dragons do), but he doesn't require any special piercings; a single, standard earring hole will do. Gotta be in your right earlobe for this to work, though...
ThinkGeek

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