There's no better way to say "I truly hate you" than by giving someone a gift that requires them to wear 3D glasses. But this lazy gift wrap is a brilliant way to show someone you actually care, a little.
Bring your home into the 23rd century without costly renovations with this motion sensitive Star Trek-inspired door chime from ThinkGeek. It's like being on the Enterprise, without having to worry about attacks from those pesky Klingons every other day.
If you fancy yourself an amateur Bond, there are plenty of high-tech glasses available that discreetly hide a compact camera. This isn't one of them. In fact, these Fuuvi Megane glasses aren't going to fool anyone.
For £640,000 the makers of the Bellagio's fountain will happily create a smaller version you can call your own. Or, you can save yourself £580,000 and go with Brando's tiny desktop alternative instead.
They've been around for at least a year now, and all my research points to obscuring your brake lights as being very illegal. But I don't care. This is the closest my hatchback will ever get to being the batmobile.
The game might be a few months old now, but Portal 2 will still make for an amazing Christmas gift. And here's hands-down the most clever way to wrap it. Just keep the giftee off the internet until Christmas morning.
It's not going to guarantee you an A+ like showing up with a working portal gun would. But you can still wow your teachers by building your own version of Portal 2's potato-powered AI, even though the kit's a fraud.
I don't throw the term genius around a lot, but whoever created these knitted ear caps must be an enlightened individual. They're the perfect way to keep extra warm while reminding everyone of just how damn hip you are.
Thanks Old Spice. You've provided countless thirty second chunks of entertainment with your recent commercials. And now a website dedicated to blowing things the hell up just to give us hard working web surfers a little bit of stress relief.
So far it's only been field tested in bars in northern Argentina, but I know plenty of remorseful partyers who would love this beer cooling Photoblocker, which promises to stop photos of your evening's antics from showing up on Facebook.
If you think the police are going to seriously investigate your reports of office supplies going missing while you're at lunch, you'll need this tiny crime scene tape to protect the evidence until the CSIs arrive.