Have fortune cookies lost their magic for you? Or are you just a Chinese food-loving pessimist? Then grab a box of Misfortune Cookies. They’re guaranteed to make you laugh. Then cry. They probably taste bad too.
Note-taking tools that use electrostatics to stick to smooth surfaces. Slickynotes can be used with pens or dry erase markers, while the Slickyboard is a thin roll-up whiteboard. Their adhesive property lasts for a few weeks.
Jim Beam’s first single-barrel is an exceptional bourbon, crafted in hand-selected barrels. It has a great, full-bodied flavor, but is immensely drinkable – with just the right amount of sweetness and richness. Out March 2014.
Now you can make stuff, not war but still look like the badass that you are with this butterfly multi-tool that works as a screwdriver, wrench, and bottle opener. Ok, it has a saw and knife too but they’re better suited for utility than fatality.
Solving yet another major first-world problem, ThinkGeek ensures you’ll get perfectly straight slices thanks to its military grade laser-guided pizza wheel. Also works as a flashlight for those times when you must cut pizza in the dark.
When these glasses start to look normal, that’s when you should call it a night. That’s because they look like they were just cleanly sliced by some beer-hating ninja. Available in pairs and come with silicone coasters.
Yo ho ho and a bottle of red! Designer Nick Lerwill’s amusing pirate-themed wine opener is ready to use its stumpy corkscrew leg to pop open your bottles with ease. Too bad rum bottles don’t have corks.