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!
Pi Symbol Ice Cube Tray by ThinkGeek
When hosting the next soirée at your geek bachelor pad you'll need the proper equipment to ensure success. All three major gaming consoles, a flat screen over 40" wide, a well trained dungeon master, a complete Star Wars action figure collection, and a fully stocked liquor cabinet are a must. But how about ice? You were planning to use that standard vaguely cubical stuff?..... Brought to you by ThinkGeek.
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!
Spock Cookie Jar
"If you have a sweet tooth, you might think that your cravings for sugary delights are totally illogical. Out of nowhere, your brain screams, ""COOKIE!"" Suddenly all of your thoughts veer off course and all you can think about is sinking your teeth into a soft, squishy, sweet chocolate chip cookie. You can feel the texture of it. The way the sugar seems to make a beeline from your taste buds straight to the pleasure center of your brain. Truth is, those cravings are totally logical. Our bodies are programmed to want sugar, fat, and salt. These desires live deep in our caveman brains. When we find a food that has a combination of these things - say, a warm, soft, gooey chocolate chip cookie - our brain lights up like a carnival. Thus, Spock here doesn't judge your cookie cravings. He knows they're totally logical and he’s equipped himself to provide you with the sugar, fat, and salt your brain wants. Nom away! Product Specifications Ceramic cookie jar shaped like the bust of Spock Officially licensed Star Trek collectible Can easily hold a package of store bought cookies, or an equivalent amount of homemade noms Love your Spock Cookie Jar - hand wash only"