There’s no shortage of ways to decorate your home for Halloween, but jack-o’-lanterns, paper skeletons, and cobwebs don’t even come close to being as wonderfully spooky as this Stranger Things Eleven candle holder that actually appears to bleed from the nose—without the need for telekinetic powers.
At Toy Fair earlier this year we were surprised to discover that edible candy bubbles were not only a thing, they were also surprisingly tasty. But why stop at candy flavors? The next time you find yourself headed to a tedious children’s birthday party, you can now whip up a batch of edible boozy bubbles instead—just…
Much to the chagrin of the person you sleep next to every night, this wonderful Super Mario Bros.-inspired Question Block lamp makes that classic video game ‘ping’ sound every time you tap it on and off. No actual coins are ejected, but we’re waiting for confirmation on whether or not the occasional mushroom pops out.
It’s hard to enjoy the holidays when you’re expecting a house full of guests and Christmas dinner is entirely your responsibility. So forget about waking up early to toss a turkey in the oven, and just serve everyone what looks to be an elaborate holiday meal, but is actually just a giant $25 marshmallow.
When you crack open this cardboard box your eyes will be greeted with the sight of a hot, delicious pizza covered in gooey cheese. But when you reach for a slice and don’t have to deal with an avalanche of toppings, you’ll quickly realize that the only ingredient in this pie is marshmallow.
Culinary masochists rejoice! This hyper-hot vodka doesn't just burn on the way down, it ionizes.
No longer will you watch War Games, green with envy when Dr. Falken plays with his homemade flying dino. For $69.95, you can order your own, a green potbellied "durable foam" version that Firebox claims will swoop and glide around the park (or cubicle cluster). More pics and info after the jump.
In honor of the recent Earth Day festivities, here is a great speaker to add to your repertoire of outdoor entertainment activities. The speaker can wirelessly play (up to 150 feet) from a beacon attached to a media player. Even better is that it recharges with the help of the sun's happy rays of light. $200.
Firebox, a site that sells quirky gadgets that we post about regularly, is offering a exclusive deal in association with us, Gizmodo. You can follow the link below and receive a free $5 gift certificate to be spent at Firebox. Also, one lucky Gizmodo shopper will be rewarded with their entire order refunded. The…
Brush up on botany and rock music with the Mi-Flower, an interactive speaker in the shape of a flower that feeds on music, so to speak. Plugging in an MP3 player (or other external audio source, presumably) generates one of many responses from the flower. Should you plug in mellow music, it comes to life very…