Nerf Nuke

By | November 19th, 2014|RARE Products|0 Comments

A Really Effective Cat Toy

By | November 24th, 2012|Videos|0 Comments

60,000-Piece Domino Wall Destruction

By | May 24th, 2012|Videos|0 Comments

My Little Pony Centipede

Why would somebody make this ? Why ? NEW 2012 My little Pony customed to look like The HUMAN CENTIPEDE!:THIS IS NOT A TOY. It is a decorative art display and not intended for children. Please allow 1-2 weeks per delivery. This item may differ from final product due to the fact it is made [...]

By | February 22nd, 2012|Art, Favorite Past Times, RARE Products|0 Comments

The Bean Bag Sled

Bean Bag Sled($300) is designed to provide a soft ride. "This is the soft-riding sled suggestive of riding down a snow-covered slope on a tube-shaped bean bag. Significantly reducing the effect of bumps on the lower back, the sled's interior has an inflatable air bladder (requires hand pump) surrounded by thousands of 2mm polystyrene spheres-the [...]

By | November 28th, 2011|Technology|0 Comments

Lego Charlie Brown


By | September 20th, 2011|Pictures|0 Comments

The Working Pedal Powered Forklift for Kids

This Pedal Powered Forklift($320) looks like a real woking and miniature Forklift! The chassis is made from durable ABS plastic, and the crank powered forks are capable of lifting up to 6 1/2 lbs. It’s limited to kids up to 55-inches. And a maximum riding weight of up to 110 lbs. "This is the pedal-powered, [...]

By | September 20th, 2011|Technology|0 Comments

A LEGO Predator


By | September 14th, 2011|Pictures|0 Comments

Electric Paper Airplane Conversion Kit

Paper airplanes are awesome for relieving office boredom, attacking a coworker or sibling, or sending messages around the Ministry of Magic. But sometimes paper airplanes need just a little more oomph - a little more power. Well, the time has come to easily add that extra power with the Electric Paper Airplane Conversion Kit. First, [...]

By | July 29th, 2011|Technology|0 Comments

South Park Mini Dead Kenny Vinyl Art Toy at Kidrobot

As we ponder the age-old question, “Who killed Kenny?” once again, it’s only fitting that South Park’s favorite kill-off character come back to “life” as a vinyl art toy through a collaborative effort between the folks at South Park and Kidrobot. This 3-inch Mini Dead Kenny figure wears the many scars of his continual departures [...]

By | July 15th, 2011|Uncategorized|0 Comments