Between the coronavirus outbreak and the impact it’s having on lives and livelihoods, there’s a lot of stress in our world these days. While they’re not going to solve any big problems, stress balls can help you work out some of your tension.
Yep, you’ve heard the Super Mario Bros. theme a million times. Now make it a million and ONE with this rendition performed by a couple of credit card terminals by the Device Orchestra.
It’s pretty cool and sounds authentic.
It’s shower time and you know what that means. That’s right. It’s time for World 2-2 the water level. This is the perfect shower curtain for any Super Mario Bros. fan. This shower curtain looks just like the classic video game level that you know and love.
You better lather up and wash fast though, because this level only gives you 400 seconds to complete it.
If you need something to stomp on in your garden, this Super Mario Goomba Garden Statue is perfect. It looks just like a little Goomba from Super Mario Bros. except it stands still. Actually, don’t stomp this thing.
This Super Mario Fire Flower Garden Statue is going to look great keeping watch over your garden. You never know when a plumber might happen by and need some fireballs after all.
The 12-inch resin statue weighs 3.5
Do you love Super Mario Bros.? Then check out this very cool Super Mario Bros. level 1-1 stop motion animation that takes place entirely in a notebook. The animation was hand drawn by artist and YouTuber Kisaragi Hutae 6 and it really looks amazing.
Most of the elements like Mario, goombas, blocks, etc were made as cutouts, so he didn’t drive himself too crazy while making the video.
After being available overseas, Mario fans waiting for Super Mario Party and Nintendo Switch Joy-Con bundle to hit the States can finally order it on Amazon. The bundle gives you a copy of the game and some bright neon green and yellow Joy-Con controllers.
If you are a fan of all things Super Mario, I just found the perfect seat from which to play your favorites games. This is the officially licensed Super Mario Bros Boo beanbag chair and it’s just the right throne for Super Mario fans.
Sadly it doesn’t play dead until you look away, then come up behind you so you can sit down.
Are you a Nintendo freak? Then you probably have spent your fair share of time with Mario and his pals. Now, you can bring a little bit of the Mushroom Kingdom to your own kingdom with this duo of fun lamps from ThinkGeek.
Nukazooka created this fun short film titled Mario’s Lost Kart. The video is about a guy who purchases an old go kart from a junkyard after his ride breaks down. What he doesn’t realize is that the kart once belonged to Mario.
Along the way, he accidentally shoots another car with a turtle shell, and really pisses Luigi off.
Goombas have it rough in the Super Mario games. They get no respect at all. They exist simply to jump on and be smashed. It ain’t easy being a Goomba. This Goomba stool from Etsy artist Pixie Brook does not have it much better.
Pop-up shops, restaurants, and bars can pop up anywhere, at any time. Hence the name. So you never know when you are going to encounter a bar like this Super Mario pop-up bar. It just showed up like a magical portal to the Mushroom kingdom, in a mysterious, unidentified location.
They went all out with the decor as you can see.
Like broccoli, most kids don’t like to eat radishes. I’m an adult and I still won’t touch them. However, I may have to rethink that because the Ravanello Radish Shaper turns them into little Super Mario mushrooms.
This kitchen tool makes it easy to turn a boring radish into a Mario power-up mushroom.
Are you are a Mario fan? Well, if you happen to be traveling to Lisbon, Portugal, you can stay in a Super Mario themed room through Airbnb. Hopefully your Princess won’t be in another castle.
The bedroom and bathroom are completely covered in Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, Donkey Kong, and the other characters from Nintendo’s popular franchise.
Check out this custom Super Mario Bros. themed plumbing job from gamer Troy Goho. It sits beneath his kitchen sink, and features Bowser and Mario standing on drain pipes that have been painted green to look like the warp pipes from the Mushroom Kingdom.