This is one creeper you’ll want to get close to. This gigantic, made to order creeper is over five feet tall, making it by far the biggest Minecraft doll money can buy. Each order is customized, and takes four months to make (it’s made by hand, people). Kaboom!
Are you the type of guy (or gal) that feels most comfortable in a pair of bowling shoes? Does the clap of a strike give you goosebumps? Now you can take your love for this fine American sport to the office with this desktop bowling set. Each set comes with ten pins, two balls, scoring sheets and a ball launcher.
This Vader keychain may be swinging a bit more towards the light side. Made of real Legos, Darth Vader has a super bright LED in each of his feet, activated by squeezing his chest. This would be great for any Star Wars or Lego fans.
Arrgh maties, batten down the hatches, swab the poop deck, sharpen the pencils! This peg-legged pirate will put a new point on your pencil faster than you can say “land ho”. And he won’t even give you a hard time if you’re a landlubber.
What if things were a little different and Darth Vader had been a good father? Darth Vader and Son animate this alternative reality, with colorful cartoons of life lessons like lightsaber batting practice, using the Force to raid the cookie jar, and Take Your Child to Work Day on the Death Star.
Protect yourself from creepers with this full-sized, officially licensed Minecraft sword. This awesome replica is made of a high quality, dense EVA foam, which means it won’t break from bashing blocks or your buddies.
When you take two great things and mix them, it can go either way. Waffles and ice cream? Sure. Lobster and skittles? Not so much. Miniature golf and pool happens to be a great pairing, as evidenced by this cool hybrid that will easily fit in your living room.
Well la dee da, look at you and your fancy “luxury” Clue game, with its glass tabletop surface and gold foil stamped game cards. Oh, it’s got three dimensional rooms too? Well don’t you feel spe – what’s that? Do I want to play? Of course I do.
The proverbial phrase “bigger is better” must have been the inspiration for this gigantic soccer ball. Coming in at a lofty six feet tall, this ball might not be used at the World Cup, but it’ll make for some big fun at your next pick-up game.
What makes football more fun? Playing at night, with this light up football. Being the same size and weight as a standard American football, this quality ball will turn your six-man game into a dangerous, accident-prone match bathed in darkness. You’ll never see the hits coming.
If you’ve got young children, you know there’s two things they’re crazy about: blowing bubbles, and going to rave parties. These black light-reactive bubbles will give kids a fun pastime as they’re waiting for the drop. Oh, those kids.
There’s been a lot of people that have died at the hands of Russian Roulette. The death toll would be a lot lower if people instead played with this water balloon version. One in six chances to get a face full of water, as opposed to lead. It’s a fun, family friendly twist on a horrible, lethal game.
This doohickey looks boring, but can bring the most malicious fun you can have for under twenty bucks. It generates a short, annoying beep every few minutes. On it is a magnet for hiding it in an inconspicuous location, and the battery lasts a month. It will drive people crazy, and is the ultimate prank machine.
There’s more of a reason than ever to play with your food when you’re eating off this plate. With a face reminiscent of the Wolly Willy magnetic face toy, this plate gives you a canvas to create your masterpiece portrait. Available in both a man’s and woman’s face.
There’s that flying f@!% you couldn’t give all these years. This vulgar vehicle of vertical lift says what everybody else is thinking. It comes with the remote controller, and as a disclaimer, the real thing does NOT come blurred, in case that wasn’t obvious enough.
Give your opponents a face full of snow with this snowball launcher. Simply add snow to the packing chambers and close the lid to form perfectly sized snowballs. Load one into the muzzle, pull back on the slingshot, and let ‘er rip!
Hipster bingo is kind of an indie game, you’ve probably never heard of it. Each person gets a card, and you mark off spaces as you spot them on nearby hipsters, like cans of PBR, vinyl records, fu manchus. Just don’t tell everyone about it, or it won’t be cool anymore.
Everybody loves miniature golf. Take it with you with The Miniature Book of Miniature Golf. This nifty book has 3D courses built into each page, with obstacles and all. Even cooler, the ball travels to the next course when you sink it in. Each book comes with a putter and two balls.
As seen on Ellen, this magical product starts off as grain-sized powder. Once water is added, however, it quickly grows to 100 times its original size in seconds, turning into white, powdery snow. It can even be reused: let the snow dry out and put it away for later use. One 3.5 oz jar makes 2 gallons.
Help Mario save the Mushroom Kingdom (or, conversely, help Bowser destroy it) in this video game-inspired spin on classic chess. Featuring 32 highly detailed, hand-painted pieces, this Super Mario chess board is a great alternative to staring at a tv all day.
What do you want? You want the moon? Just say the word and I’ll throw a lasso around it and pull it down. This realistic moon night light will glow to show all the phases of the moon. Included is a remote that can turn the light on or off, or cycle through the phases. Not recommended for werewolves.
Did you have one of these when you were young? Well, they’re back! This recreation of a classic toy will play ten timeless melodies. Reminisce about the old days while rocking out to “twinkle twinkle little star” with the same toy you remember.
Did you know there are child bodybuilding competitions? It makes child beauty pageants look normal. If that’s your thing, you’re gonna need to get your kid pumping iron early. This dumbbell-shaped baby rattle will preoccupy your progeny as you prepare for your…er, their…victory!
The Guinness world record for number of sky lanterns was in Iasi, Romania, where over 12,700 lanterns were launched into the sky. Create your own mini display for your wedding, a birthday, holiday, or just for fun with this 10 pack of sky lanterns. They’re biodegradable and flame retardant, and lots of fun!
Next time your coworkers are pissing you off, blot out the flourescent lights with arrows from this tabletop ballista. These ballistas are laser cut and come ready to assemble from a laser cut wooden kit, and are able to be launched up to thirty feet.
Who says foosball only has to be for the game room? A beautifully designed foosball table like this belongs as the centerpiece in the nicest room of the house!
Let everyone know your opinion, facebook-style. Got a bill in the mail? Mail the check back with a big “dislike”. Wedding invitation? RSVP your seal of approval with a “Like”. This two-pack of stampers comes with enough ink for 5,000 assertions, so you’ll be stamping until nobody uses Facebook anymore.
Glass bottom boats are so yesterday. This glass bottom kayak allows you and a friend survey the marine life below much more intimately. And with its sporty, modern look, it’s bound to draw some jealous stares.
Fog machines are fun. Bubbles are fun, too. But combined? They’re a blast! Load this machine up with fog juice and bubble mixture, and the room will be soon filled with smoke-filled bubbles that make a magical puff of vapor when they pop!
This is one thing you need to see to believe. This radio controlled shark glides through the air with a smooth and life-like swimming motion (yes, the tail propels it). Impress your friends, scare the cat, and entertain the kids all at the same time.
Do you know someone that collected all 120 stars from Super Mario 64? Well, they probably didn’t collect this one. This star throw pillow is battery operated and the LED’s inside change colors. Great for kids and adults alike.
You bojo, those boards don’t work on water unless you’ve got power! Movie-accurate down to the smallest detail and fully sanctioned by Universal Studios, this is a 1:1 scale model of the board used by McFly in Back To The Future Part II. Disclaimer: hoverboard does not actually hover.
If anything will make you more frustrated than an Amish electrician, it’s the Perplexus Epic. The Perplexus Epic challenges you to navigate a steel ball along the tracks, through 125 barriers of varying difficulty. It sounds simple, but it will provide for hours of angry fun. Just don’t throw it.