Above is a goofy lip-synched a capella video by Corey Vidal, done to John William themes including Star Wars and Indiana Jones; it was done with the original singers’ blessing.
Gnomes, I dub thee McSheisty: this 7-color screen printed Demise of Mr. Flamingo t-shirt isn’t entirely without merit; we hate those tacky plastic birds as much as the next neighbor.
They’re not Black Friday shoppers: on 10/26 at the Monroeville Mall, thousands gathered to set a record for “Most Attended Zombie Walk“; it’s also where they filmed Dawn of the Dead.
We’ve seen many pirates in our day, but this is the first that double dutches: this rope-wielding Where’s Me Booty Tee is perfect for shaking down the neighbor’s kids landlubbers for their candy loot.
We’re man enough to confess our man crushes, but this Guitar Hero: World Tour ad is almost too much; it’s got Tony Hawk, Michael Phelps, A-Rod and Kobe doing Risky Business in their skivvies.
Alpay Kasal, a god amongst men: his interactive mirror is a study in human computer interaction, but frankly we just want to draw funny mustaches and play space invaders on it.
This Goldilocks and the Three Beers tee shows that even mortal enemies can set the porridge aside for a good ol’ fashioned co-ed kegger. Next up: When Bears Go Wild.
Baconnaise’s concept just seems so wrong that we can’t help but love it: it’s mayonnaise that is flavored to taste like bacon; the spread comes from the makers of Bacon Salt.
For the Trekkie in your life: these Star Trek Nutcrackers feature our favorite overacted captain and his pointy-eared sidekick. Keep those long Vulcan fingers to yourself, Spock.
Set your phasers to tipsy: this Bar Trekkin’ t-shirt is ideal for a night on the town with your fellow Starfleet cadets. Just don’t come crying to us when you wake up next to a Klingon.
Still wishing those Star Wars ABC posters were available? These engraved Mad Scientist blocks include “F is for Freeze Ray,” “H is for Henchmen,” and “U is for Underground Lair.”
With a title like “Rejected Transformers,” Worth1000’s latest contest is all that and a bag of Bumblebees; it’s so popular that it’ll run for a week instead of two days. See the entries here.
Think West Side Story meets NERF, and you’ll get The Great Office War, quite possibly the most epic cubicle battle in human history. Best. Team Building Activity. Ever.
If Death Star pumpkins don’t get you in the Halloween spirit, nothing will: check out these geeky pumpkin carvings, which include Diablo II, Optimus Prime and Mars Attacks.
Counter-revolutionary my ass: this Che t-shirt is a nod to those folks who run around in trendy Che Guevara tees and think “viva la revolucion” is Spanish for a non-fat chai latte.
If Frank Caliendo’s Madden cracked you up, TBS is running a Let’s Be Frank Contest where you can win $5,000 doing your best impression; you can also watch nearly 20 impressions by Frank.
For that special commie in your life: MaoPost.com takes your photo and then hand paints it into your choice of 1,500 socialist propaganda posters; they’re real oil paintings on canvas.
Tired of noisy neighbors or roomies? The Revenge CD is packed with 20 ways to get back at ’em; selections include “House Party,” “Violin Practice,” and our favorite: “Unhappy Dog.”
OMF-LEGO: check out these pics from Zombie Apocafest, which took place this weekend in Seattle at BrickCon 2008; it was sponsored by The Brothers Brick, BrickArms and Valve.
We’ve always wondered how Vader kept his helmet blingin’; Glenn Jones (aka Glennz) Self Maintenance tee is pure genius and has got us all’ Imperial Marchin’. Thanks, Simon!
An epic soundtrack and a color commentator? Nope, it’s not the latest football flick: this is Elbow Wars, an interactive two-player movie theater slugfest with no-holds (or elbows) barred.
This commercial for Dutch game retailer Bol.com is on permanent repeat in our office; we just can’t stop laughing, even though there’s a poor little girl in it. Please don’t hate us for being evil.
As a rule of thumb, we aren’t into the whole Hallmark thing. WrongCards.com just might work, with cards that are a bit sarcastic and mostly blunt–just like most guys we know.
Whomever you support for the US presidential election, it’d be tough to beat a McClane/Gruber ticket, because there’s no topping a campaign slogan like “Yipee Ki-Yay, Motherf***er!”
Clad in orange and black with Live Free Or Die, these Crew Socks by real-life Dunder-Mifflin counterparts DDC are perfect for those days in the cubicle where you just don’t give a damn.
This is not your standard YouTube video: this ad for Wario Land: Shake It is pure genius. We’ll leave out the details for you, but let’s just say your GUI elements don’t stand a chance.
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