If you have a spacious backyard and an extra $1,300 lying around, you can purchase this portable 50-ft slide and have your very own private water park at home. Called the Super Sweet Slide, it’s very much like the Wham-O product Slip N’ Slide – except this one’s on steroids. It’s 50-feet long and 10-feet wide, able to give people a longer and more fulfilling ride.
Awww, aren’t they just adorable? In Japan, online store ‘Hamee Strapya World’ is selling the perfect cuddle buddy: a giant isopod plush doll that looks just like the real thing.
The Starship Enterprise has arrived at their latest destination: your lawn. Online store ThinkGeek has given garden gnomes a geeky makeover by making them wear Starfleet uniforms, complete with matching pointy hats.
Now you can once again enjoy the Nintendo video games of your childhood – though just not the way you remember using it. Matt Cornell of Ink Whiskey is selling a line of retro NES cartridges that are actually whiskey flasks in disguise.
You might not have the ridiculous good looks or deadly combat skills of Captain America, but you can have the next best thing. His shield, sort of.
No alien sidekicks were harmed in the making of this hoodie. Online store ‘Welovefine’ is selling an out-of-this-world hoodie that Star Wars fans can proudly wear when The Force Awakens hits theatres (or when they’re just really, really cold).
Cinco de Mayo might have already passed, but that doesn’t mean the celebrations have to end. Enter the piñata donkey skin rug, a synthetic felt art piece that’ll give life (ironically) to your otherwise drab living room.
Never again lose track of the countries you’ve travelled to (don’t you hate it when that happens? Ok maybe that never happens). Moscow-based ‘Art.Lebedev Studio’ has a cool atlas that’s perfect for world travellers like you.
They may not be the best of friends with mustached plumbers, but as it turns out, they are with cats. Etsy store Catastrophic Creations has created a cat bed that looks like the Chain Chomp monster from the Super Mario Bros video games.
While most of us have taken to social media to make new connections, Toronto-based Dorota Pankowska tries to bring friendships back to the real world with her Facebook-inspired pin.
Just when you thought breaking up through text could be the most despicable and insensitive way of ending a relationship, online store ThinkGeek comes up with something more dastardly: The Break Up Bean.
Online store ThinkGeek is selling brain specimen coasters that will be a hoot in parties involving neurosurgeons, psychologists, zombies, and psychopaths named Hannibal.
Italy-based artist Stella Melgrati of The Yarn Kitchen gives flower pots a different look with her collection of whimsical felted animal planters. Perfect if you can’t decide between getting a plant or a pet.
Thieves beware, these luggage bite back. Pennsylvania-based Mellie Z of Fine Line Workshop makes ordinary suitcases come to life by turning them into life-like monsters.
The Whiskey Wedge is an innovative ice cube mold that makes your whiskey cold, but also keeps its spirit strong. Just like how a real man wants it. By molding ice to have a surface area that has minimal contact with the drink, the wedge minimizes melting, extending your whiskey’s spirit longer before becoming diluted.