This bizarre import from Japan is designed to provide cushioned support and promote good posture while at your desk. It's hella weird, and can be yours via thanko.jp for 4,980 yen -- or about $45 in U.S. currency.
This plumbus is made in the traditional fashion: First, they take the dinglebop and smooth it out with a bunch of schleem. The dinglebop is then pushed through the grumbo, where the fleeb is then rubbed against it.
This bank is a Japanese import ($27.99 via Amazon), so all the instructions are in a foreign language. That said, there's not much you need to know about it except for this: Put a coin on the yellow oval, and Pikachu will pop out and steal it. Cute!
In Game of Thrones, the swords of the vanquished are fused together to make this most epic of thrones. In the case of this Amazon find, though, the swords of the vanquished are fused together to make the badass business card holder, ever.
This 598-piece set from the Lego Architecture series recreates the New York skyline, including the Flatiron Building, Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty and more. It measures about 9 inches wide and 1 inch deep when fully assembled.
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