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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
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$10.99  from  Think Geek
From site: "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies features the original text of Jane Austen's beloved novel with all-new scenes of bone-crunching zombie action. That's right, zombie scenes have been... Read more
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$48.00  from  Supermarket
You all know how we like mustaches here at Curiobot. Imagine our giddiness when we found this awesome silver mustache on a chain, from the creator of the Milk & Bread Pendant. We think mustaches make... Read more
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$9.00  from  Kiosk
This simple, smart thread kit is cleverly disguised as a colorful ribbon. Aren't those tiny little spools such a waste of space and material? Instead of toting an awkward plastic sewing kit around,... Read more
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$50.00  from  The Future Perfect
A set of 8 colorful crayons you can wear on your fingers. Just think of all the fun you can have having crayons so handy. You can color anything, anywhere. Limited edition of 10 sets. Read more
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$20.00  from  Etsy
We're totally impressed by these simple, elegant tote bags that have images of Victorian-looking handbags screen printed on their sides. Very clever, very functional. As the artist says, "When... Read more
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$750.00  from  CerealArt
I bet you always thought that snowglobes were tacky and a little tired. We did too. Until we saw this series of snow globes by Walter Martin and Paloma Munoz. The one pictured here is a beautiful... Read more
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$16.99  from  Perpetual Kid
From site: "Sick of sitting in your sweat pants slurping noodles out of flimsy Styrofoam cups? Then bring a little bit of glamour back into your life with this retro noodle cup! It's styled like old... Read more
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$600.00  from  Vitamin Design
We are utterly amazed that this buck is knitted. Knitted! There isn't much else to say about this buck; this buck is knitted! One of a kind sculpture by Rachel Denny, made with cream wool blend. Read more
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$4.99  from  Perpetual Kid
From the site: 'Try adding Ice Mice to beverages at your next party. They'll cool down your drinks much better than a real mouse would.' We agree. Very cute. Could also be a fun toy for an... Read more
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$9.99  from  Perpetual Kid
Add two eggs and a million grains of sugar to half a human brain's worth of milk... It's too bad that recipes don't actually start out that way. This measuring cup converts typical measurements into... Read more
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$22.00  from  Elsewares
Sure, there are cute stuffed animals out there, and there are ninjas out there... but rarely do you find something that is a hybrid between the two! This isn't really our type of material, but we... Read more
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$107.00  from  Rose and Radish
This cardboard cradle is exactly what a baby needs and nothing more. It seems that even the simplest things have become so unnecessarily complicated and cluttered these days; it's refreshing to see... Read more
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$129.00  from  Think Geek
Check this out. A sexy Space Invaders themed cutting board, made from pixel-like cubes of walnut and maple. As the site says, the product perfectly "fuses your love of video games and cooking." Aha!... Read more
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(Free!)  from  The Counterfeit Crochet Project
This free crochet pattern is provided by The Counterfeit Crochet Project, an ongoing global project that encourages people to crochet their own hand-counterfeited designer handbags. The idea of... Read more
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$2,610.00  from  I Want One of Those
In celebration of the iconic Anglepoise lamp's 70th birthday, it has been recreated at 3 times its normal size! Check out the pictures of this giant (2.7 meter!) floor lamp towering over its baby... Read more
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$13.58  from  Tee and Toast
There are a lot of Mr. T mugs out there, but this is by far the best. Each Mr. T is hand-drawn, just for you and it says "I pity the fool that don't drink tea" in the back. Get it? Tea? Mr. T?? Read more
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$19.99  from  X-treme geek
Do you keep going back to that jar of delicious cookies and wish you had better self control? But who needs self control when you can get a cookie jar that shocks you when you try to open it too... Read more
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$24.95  from  Wexner Center
This 68 minute film examines the worst cartoons to date. The site sums it up quite nicely: "Herein lies a selection of some of the worst animated films ever made. In the early days of TV animation in... Read more
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$489.00  from  Generate Design
This is one amazing invention. Using no electricity, only the shape of the Victrola-esque design, this amplifier can pump the volume of your iPod (or other MP3 player) to 55 decibels... not bad... Read more
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$21.00  from  Perpetual Kid
Once upon a time, I worked in an office with inadequate heating. I found it nearly impossible to concentrate on the typing and the mouse-clicking and therefore had to quit. Perhaps if I'd had these... Read more
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$15.00  from  Uncommon Goods
If a giant were looking for something to open his giant letters with he would probably grab a saw. This miniature saw is for those of you who are not giants, but want to live like one. Read more
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$11.99  from  Think Geek
This modern candle is perfect for geeky romance. No flame, no wick, but real wax, along with some embedded electronics and a few LEDs. Flickers realistically, but won't burn your house down! Plus,... Read more
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$39.00  from  Generate Design
How brilliant is this? Depending on which way you approach this doormat, the text seems to read either "Come In" or "Go Away". As the site says, "Don't feel that sociable? Turn it around and it keeps... Read more
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