Per chance there may be a need for some novel items for that geek in your life, so do feel free to check out Think Geek.
A few items to tickle that whimsical geek. In you, or in that someone special.
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We already know that your desk probably looks like a disaster area, but why not turn it into a crime scene instead? Fred is indeed dead but that doesn’t mean he’s useless. Not only does repeatedly stabbing your pen into Fred reduce your stress level, but it helps you to keep that pesky pen from getting lost under the edge of your computer keyboard. Need someone to take your aggression out on? Well, Dead Fred is the man!
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The Stickman action figure has a bajillion points of articulation, so he can get into any pose. And each leg and arm ends in a hole that can connect to one more ball jointed peg on the action base – which means you can balance him on one hand or one leg. Snap in the warning sign backdrop, and you create any sign you can imagine.
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The Nerf Vulcan is definitely not for the weak. Weighing about 8 pounds, this blaster instantly levels the playing field. Its ammo belt box holds an ammo belt loaded up with 25 screaming mini darts. Your enemies will cower when they come face to face with the Vulcan. They’ll scream when they see you click on the automatic fire button. They’ll see their life flash before their eyes when they hear the darts scream out at 3 per second and watch the empty belt beginning popping out of the blaster. And they’ll most certainly surrender when they are hit with 25 darts faster than they can even shoot one. The Vulcan Heavy Automatic Blaster is the Nerf gun to end all Nerf guns. Get one now . . . before the other side of the office does.
See it in video action here
November 11, 2008
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