Gift boxes for men that literally come in a crate (plus a crowbar to open the crate). They have packs for men who love whiskey, new dads, athletic types, avid gamers and more. Some crates can even be personalized.
Is the 1:6 scale replica of Tony Stark’s new armor not grand enough for you? Then get Sideshow Collectibles’ life-size figure. It stands over 7ft. tall, finished with automotive paint and has parts that light up.
Awkward Moment is a fun twist on Apples to Apples. Each round, players use Reaction cards to respond to a randomly drawn cringe-inducing situation. A judge chooses the winner based on a randomly chosen criterion.
Explosive lamps designed by Docstone. Mister Boom is a light switch shaped like a comically large and old-fashioned detonator, while Little Miss Dynamite is a small dial switch. Both connect to dynamite-shaped “light bombs.”
Is your home infested with jerks? Are you tired of dealing with scumbags? Get rid of those cretins with this spray. Merely brandishing it may be enough to repel fools. Possible side effects include a fight breaking out.
A 15″ tall, 1 sq.ft. ottoman that looks like an eye-popping stack of 100 dollar bills. It would be worth $3 million if it were made of real cash, but you won’t have to pay anywhere near that amount because it’s actually made of resin.
Camera lens mugs are nothing new, but this one from Claybox has a cool trick up its sleeve. The mug extends or retracts like a real lens when you rotate its zoom ring. If you’re more of a Nikon fan, get this mug instead.
A leather belt with a tobacco pipe built into its buckle. The pipe is secured by a pair of magnets. It is rustproof, double-barrelled and is made of nickel-plated aluminum. Now where to put that lighter?
This comfy 78″ x 78″ nylon replica of the classic Scrabble board will be worth more than 50 points to fans of the board game. It’s a shame it doesn’t come with furry tiles. Suppose you could try these.
Part of Knock Knock’s silly educational line, this set of 50 flashcards will teach you the “tricky tongue of today’s youth”, accompanied by illustrations in the style of old magazines and children’s books.