Think Geek is singularly responsible for providing me with all my post-peak-oil needs, such as this Swedish FireSteel — a sort of compact flint that you can keep on your keychain — that can be used to light campfires, gas stoves, and grills without the use of electricty.
Our friends over at Think Geek recently released the ultimate tee for music nerds. The fully-playable Electronic Music Sythesizer t shirt features ‘eight-voice polyphony, high-quality sampled sounds and stylist retro amp box’. So now you can work on your Flock Of Seagulls covers regardless of where you are.
For the foodie looking to wrap their tonsils around the next big thing, comes this offering from our friends over at Think Geek: ‘the world’s largest ant, a delicacy from the Colombian Amazon’.
I am so excited for Ghostbusters III. It comes out in 2012, just before the world ends. The folks over at Think Geek have these awesome caffeinated Stay Puft marshmallows. Genius. Let’s wrap this earth party up proper.
Be careful what you wish for. Or, in this case, what you open! Evil Fortune Cookies by Think Geek actually hate you. With a combination of rude, insulting and hilarious messages hidden inside, they come packaged in a ten pack take-out box to ruin your Chinese dinner nights. At the same time, the box is […]
We recently posted about ThinkGeek’s meaty April Fools Joke: Fake Unicorn Meat. Well, it seems not everyone found it quite as amusing as we — and, evidently, you — did. As our friends at URLesque have noted, the National Pork Board have sent ThinkGeek a cease and desist letter. Read it in full after the jump.
There’s nothing like dining on the sweet face of death early in the morning. The ‘Egg-o-matic Skull Egg Mold’ will shape your boring, ‘ol boiled egg into a smiling skull. You basically boil an egg, peel it, put it in the mold, let it cool, and voila! You can now reflect on your own mortality […]
Why didn’t anyone think of this awesome concept before? ‘E-Nabling The Future’, an organization that creates prosthetic limbs for children in need, came up with the concept of superhero-themed prosthetic arms. So instead of an average prosthetic arm, kids would get a prosthetic Wolverine arm, complete with claws! Now who wouldn’t get excited over that!
To the average tourist, Japan seems to have more than her fair share of drunken salaried men, impossibly cute girls and geeky college kids passing out on the streets, in stairwells and inside train carriages pretty much every weekend. The Yaocho Bar Group has been diligently looking for these comatose drunks. When they spot one, […]
Leftovers, you have met your match! ‘Cover Blubber’ is an elastic, reusable wrapping material that kinda looks like some type of alien goo, but is really just an airtight seal for your food. Intended to replace boring, old plastic food wraps and Tupperware, ‘Cover Blubber’ can be pulled to wrap around anything, including freshly-cut fruit! […]
Book worms who love to get cozy in bed with a good read can now sleep on the book itself! Olde Book Pillow Classics from ThinkGeek features three soft and plush literary classics: Alice in Wonderland, Sherlock Holmes, and Treasure Island. After tiring yourself out mentally from reading tons of metaphors and deep words, it’s […]
The Blobfish might have been dubbed as the ‘world’s ugliest animal’ but at least it’s much cuddlier than you – at least in plush form. Online purveyor of cool stuff, ThinkGeek, is selling a plush version of the grumpiest cat of the sea. The website says it’s super soft and made for hugging, just like […]
J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle Earth has long been the fancy of geeks with its diverse and magical world filled with Elves, dragons, dwarves, Hobbits, and an evil oversized eye that’s on fire. Soon, we could be exploring the fantasy realm ourselves with the help of Danish programmers, who are attempting to create a digital world that matches it on a 1:1 scale – minus the bloodshed and temptation to be evil, of course.
Brazilian visual artist Butcher Billy took his passion for pop culture and mixed and matched it in his series about post-punk and new wave music stars as superheroes. We interviewed him recently about his roots and influences in pop culture, as well as his views on art and superheroes. Also, he tells us if he’s a DC or a Marvel guy.
ThinkGeek, an online purveyor of mystical goods such as the famous Canned Unicorn Meat has come out with a new product that’s dangerously delicious. Canned Dragon Meat is pre-cooked, charred dragon meat that according to the website, ‘contains 100% of your daily value of havoc, terror, inferno, destruction, magic, and rage’. People are going ga-ga over this product, claiming that it’s a feast fit for kings and knights.