What's more fun that shooting Nerf darts at a coworker hunched over a stack of files? Shooting 20 darts in rapid succession at them — 10 in the back and 10 in the kisser. The Nerf gun that handles the job best? The Nerf Dart Tag Swarmfire.
Want to be like Thor? Well, start lifting a lot of weights. Too lazy? Well, Hasbro's mighty hammer is coming soon, complete with flashing lights, thunder sounds, and... a missile?
With an an infinite number of people to follow on Twitter, it can become a bit of a chore to manage all the incoming tweets. That's where the Charatter toy bear comes in — it syncs to your Twitter account and reads all incoming tweets — out loud. How's that for annoying?
Tyson Mao might have some sick Rubik's Cube skills, especially when he solves it behind his back with his eyes blindfolded, but I'd like to see him try Shapeway's ginormous 17 x 17 x 17 Rubik's Cube.
Nerf guns are super fun, but they look a little too much like toys to feel truly badass. Sure, you're firing foam darts at people, but that doesn't mean you don't want to be intimidating!
What's the new toy that every little boy and girl wants to find under the tree this year? Why, it's the Monolith action figure! Actually, wait, no it's not.
Just in time for the holidays the perfect gift has arrived for those Apple fans already stocked to the brim with pricey Apple products: the Steve Jobs Action Figure.
Soldering irons generally don't have much personality. You know, they exist to be on workbenches for people who are soldering things, which isn't too glamorous. But not Sparkles, the soldering My Little Pony.
Why, oh why, would you build a shark that can fly?
Saving your money is an important habit to get into. Being able to pull that money out on a rainy day? Also pretty darn essential. One of those two things might give you some trouble here, depending on how you feel about solving puzzles.