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Skull Beer Funnel for Halloween drinking fun

Posted in Holiday by Conner Flynn on October 30th, 2008

Skull Beer Funnel for Halloween drinking funIn keeping with the spirit of the season, here’s something to help you get drunk that also doubles as a creepy prop. It’s a Skull Beer Funnel with spinal column attached. If you’re the Predator, just pass on this one and go rip your own from some human. Humans, it’s illegal to do what the Predator does, so don’t do it. Buy this instead.

It’s Halloween, which means that it’s perfectly acceptable to guzzle some brew from human remains for God’s sake. When you get too drunk on the way home, it doubles as a handy vomit-catcher. It’s all cool. It’s how Grim Reapers party.

Blood Puddle pillows are perfect for Halloween

Posted in Holiday by Conner Flynn on October 30th, 2008

Blood Puddle pillows are perfect for HalloweenThe blood puddle pillow is the ideal way to start your Halloween morning. I would suggest substituing this pillow for your regular pillow while your wife is sleeping. She’ll wake up to a surprise and start Halloween with a nice healthy scare. It’s not everyday she wakes up next to you laying in a puddle of blood.

These go well with the Roadkill carpet. These are made by artist Keetra Dean Dixon. And though it may be a bit late for this Halloween, there’s no reason you can’t be ready for next year.

Master Chief costume is $629 of awesomeness

Posted in Halo by Conner Flynn on October 27th, 2008

Master Chief costume is $629 of awesomenessThis Master Chief costume is pretty freakin’ realistic. You have to have it, but spending $629 on a costume that you are only going to wear on Halloween night is insane. That’s why I recommend wearing it to the grocery store, the DMV, maybe to the movies. You’re gonna wanna get a lot of use out of it. Heck, maybe do some kids parties. Everybody loves Master Chief. It’s a fully licensed costume. You get a quilted jumpsuit/EVA armor, gauntlets, boot tops and a two-piece helmet. This thing has to be great for picking up gamer babes.

Limited-Edition Mimobot RayD8gig for Halloween

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on October 23rd, 2008

Limited-Edition Mimobot RayD8gig for HalloweenJust in time for Halloween, Mimoco has released a special “ultra-limited” edition of RayD8gig, a new variant of the popular MIMOBOT Core Series 2 character, RayD8. It glows in the dark, so you know it’s ultra cool. The 8GB USB flash drive will cost you $100 each. It’s a limited edition of just 200 that are hitting the public, so you better get one quick.

The iPhone Jack-O-Lantern is versatile

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on October 19th, 2008

Seems like every time you turn around, the iPhone gets even more versatile. Is there anything it can’t do? Check this out. This iPhone Jack-O-Lantern is created with an application known as Crazy Pumpkin. It basically lets you customize your iPhone’s display into cool Pumpkin faces. Sadly, you won’t want to set it outside for some kid in a robot costume to steal. Sure, they aren’t as awesome as these pumpkins, but pretty cool.

34 Geek Pumpkins

Posted in Holiday by Conner Flynn on October 18th, 2008

34 Geek PumpkinsOver at Walyou they’ve compiled a list of 34 geek pumpkins. Some of them are pretty awesome works of art, while others make us realize that nerds have far too much time on their hands. I mean, who the hell thinks to themselves, “Today I’m going to carve Say Anything’s famous boombox scene into a Pumpkin”? Yeah I know. Not a thought I’m familiar with. Surely it’s the product of a demented mind. Anyway hit the link to check them all out.

USB Halloween Lights for the geeky

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on September 10th, 2008

USB Halloween Lights for the geekyFall isn’t officially here yet, but people are beginning to decorate and think about the upcoming Halloween. If you like to decorate the office with all kinds of geeky paraphernalia, these new USB powered pumpkin lights fom Brando may be perfect for you. The string of lights is completely powered by USB and has eight little pumpkins all in a row.

If you go overboard and want to light up the whole place, you’ll want a nice USB hub with many ports. The lights flash and they work with any computer that has a USB port. Each string will cost you $13. Now all you need are some USB witches and scarecrows. These are kinda creepy and kinda geeky.

USB Flash Drive Finger fresh from crime scene

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on September 8th, 2008

USB Flash Drive Finger fresh from crime sceneWe’ve told you about the awesome muscle car flash drives from Jasonscreations. This is another one of his works. A bit more morbid, but probably great for Halloween or a gift if you want to give someone the finger. From his Etsy shop: “Each finger is freshly cut and removed from the local morgue (no, not really….well…..maybe) and equipped with 1gig of memory. Now, you can finally give that geek in your life “The Finger”. Hot swappable, plug and play, no drivers needed.”

It will definitely get you some attention while you type away at your favorite coffee shop. I wouldn’t leave it lying around unless you’ve told anyone who lives with you beforehand. They might not see the USB part and call the cops.

USB Ghost Mouse: Who ya gonna call?

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on March 25th, 2008

USB Ghost Mouse: Who ya gonna call?
I may have missed a memo, but last I checked Halloween was still a long way off. These should have surfaced around October. But hey, I guess even the Ghostbusters need a mouse that fits their style, though this ghost was obviously based on the Scream mask.

The mouse features an advanced 3-button optical scroll technology to provide you with high precision control. 800 dpi optical sensor. All the usual specs of a mouse. Aside from looks, I think the one thing that might make using this mouse a tad awkward is the ghost’s tail, unless your hand conforms to it. Scare up one of these for $12.

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