One of my favorite characters in the entire Star Wars saga has to be Admiral Ackbar. Not only does he have an awesome alliterated name, he sounds like Doc Brown from Back to the Future, and looks like a giant bipedal fish.
Do you like to play Jenga? How about spicy tuna and wasabi? Well, have I got something for you! Sushi Stacker is a fun new tabletop stacking game that comes with planks that look like sushi instead of blocks of wood.
While you can play the game just like Jenga, the set comes with ideas for nine different games, including some that include picking up the pieces with chopsticks, playing Shogi, using them as dominoes, and some sort of Russian roulette game that I don’t quite understand.
If you have a muggle in your life that is a big Harry Potter fan, here’s the perfect wrapping paper for your Christmas gifts. You’ll pay 15 bucks for two rolls of the stuff though – not exactly cheap when Walmart has five rolls for less than that price.
What Walmart doesn’t have are rolls of paper with the Hogwarts crest or Platform 9 3/4 Hogwarts Express pattern.
I’ve often thought that in his day Edgar Allan Poe must have been whatever his generation called a goth. He had very dark ideas, and probably creeped out generations of old-timey people with thoughts of pits and sealing people into walls and whatnot.
Back in the day, a D&D session required nothing but a big bag of dice, a few geeks, and a surface to roll those dice on. That’s still how most people probably play the game, but a Kickstarter campaign has turned up for something called TableTop Tokens.
Growing up, I was famous in my neighborhood for my pickle concoctions. Essentially I did what my dad did when he cooked a steak, simply opened the spice cabinet and put some of everything on the pickles.
Celebrate the holidays in classic video game style. This Nintendo Light-Up Wreath has a Super Mario Bros 3 theme that combines one of the coolest video games ever with our favorite holiday. The pixel art wreath has power-ups and five green LEDs that blink intermittently in the center of the donut blocks.
Corgis are very cool dogs. They are super short, have big fluffy butts, and can run really fast. If you are a fan of the corgi and ever thought what you really need to keep warm in the office is a toasty corgi butt to sit on, here is your chance.
This is a Corgi Butt Heated Pillow that you can plug into your USB port to keep your back or butt warm.
There are plenty of card games out there that have players caption what you see on the cards or complete sentences for humor and fun. Deadpool fans wanting a new game to add to their game night shenanigans will want to check out Deadpool vs The World Card Game.
The game comes with 400 cards total.
Nine months is a long time; it’s long enough to have a baby. It’s also long enough for the Tesla Roadster and its Starman passenger to have traveled from the Earth orbit it was initially placed in, to beyond the orbit of Mars.
Pottery Barn recently debuted a new line of furniture featuring the Sony PlayStation brand.The collection includes a media console, a coffee table, a beanbag chair, acrylic wall cubbies for game and controller storage, and a sweet wall light with the iconic button shapes from the PlayStation controller.
Pokémon fans, or people who just love the slightly crunchy and sweet taste of waffles in weird shapes, check this out. This Pokémon waffle maker will cook you up a big round breakfast that looks like a Poke Ball.
It won’t hold all your captured Pokémon, but it will totally capture a bunch of Belgian waffle batter and turn it into a breakfast treat that will catch all your syrup.
If you are looking for a Halloween scare of the audio variety, check this out. You only have a day until the big holiday, so turn off the lights, turn up your volume, and put Paweł Zadrożniak’s latest work on loop.
I ain’t ‘fraid of no ghost… and neither are cats. This Ghostbusters ghost trap automatic cat feeder is how nerds feed felines, and how feline nerds prefer to eat. This concept was designed by if industries..
Do you have a toddler who won’t be quiet? Then stuff a pacifier in their mouth to shut ’em up. This one should do the trick just fine. The Chill, Baby Volume Knob pacifier features an old-school analog dial you can use to try and reduce your little one’s volume.
It’s made from PVC-free, BPA-free rubber and designed to meet all child safety standards.