Are you looking for a fashion accessory to take with you when you go to the theater to see the new Star Wars movie? Look no further than these bowling bag style purses. They come in Boba Fett and R2-D2 versions.
Tribbles are sort of cute little furry characters that can cause all sorts of trouble. The little beasties multiply faster than rabbits and gum up the works leading to all sorts of problems. If you were overrun by tribbles, perhaps you could turn to using their pelts for something like this coin purse.
Salacious B. Crumb is basically Jabba the Hutt’s crazy court jester. You either love him or hate him, but either way, his laugh will hurt your ears. Now you can be like Jabba and take Salacious Crumb with you wherever you go thanks to this Salacious Crumb purse.
What do you get the geek girl who has everything? Get her a Star Trek purse. This one even comes with little Tribbles attached. I don’t think a Tribble infestation should be a problem, unless your purse is full of quadrotriticale.
If you’re in danger of overspending every time you reach for your wallet, then the iBag might just be the thing you need. It’s an interactive wallet of sorts that seals itself shut in order to prevent its owner from spending money on non-essential stuff.
How many times have you found your phone running low on battery when you need it the most? If you think that it has already been one too many times, then it’s time you got a portable battery pack, or maybe an Everpurse.
It’s a clucktch, it’s a henbag, no wait – it’s the Original Chicken Handbag!
It won’t squawk but it can definitely carry most of your on-the-go essentials. I had no idea chickens were in style these days, but then again, you never can tell what’s going to catch on or not in the cuckoo world of fashion.
Chinese finger traps are probably the bane of many children’s (and android’s) existences. Of course, it’s not much of a scare or prank once you figure out how to get your fingers out of the trap, but the trauma (“I’m going to be stuck like this forever!”)
I have to say that even though I’m no longer a kid, I still love LEGO bricks. They are great for building pretty much anything you get your mind set on, and you don’t always need the fancy kits to make great stuff.
Women (and the occasional guy) are known for splurging on things that don’t really make sense sometimes. A dress that costs five hundred dollars. A pair of shoes that retails for several thousand. But I think even the most frivolous of women would draw the line at paperbag purses priced at $290.
Ladies, the next time you decide to dress up in your Slave Leia outfit, you might need a purse to go with it. And there’s no more perfect handbag on the planet than this Jabba the Hutt purse I spotted over on Etsy.