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Glow-in-the-Dark Spit Balls

By: on November 11, 2012
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How many things are there not to like about spit balls that glow in the dark, cost under $5, grow to 200 times their starting size when soaked in water...or, you know, spit...and explode upon target impact? Zero. Zero things clocks in as the correct answer, so stocking stuff away, everyone. Each Glow-in-the-Dark Spit Ball package includes over 50 super-absorbant pellets that claim to ooze psychedelic green for hours, and reach full bloating capacity at around 120 minutes of soaking in liquid. Whoa. That's kind of a long time to suck on one. We might need the saliva of Violet Beauregarde to step in and assist.

And if you're going to get the ammo, don't forget the gun. This one's rapid fire, and can hit targets up to 65 feet away.

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If my girlfriend agreed to Hippity Hop down the aisle on an Anna the Magical Unicorn Ball I might agree to propose to her. Haha, yeah you're right. No I wouldn't. That was a bad example. How about: if my co-workers agreed...

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The Rings of the Gauntlet of Power

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Some people find inspiration in nature. Some in music. Or love. Or lust. Jarvis Latteier speaks my kind of inspirational language though, finding his in the universe of Marvel. Here, Latteier has 3D-fabricated his interest...

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Lumus Ring

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We've seen rings lined with whiskey barrels, dinosaur bone, and escape tools. But never before has there been one lined with Laser Luminance. Lumus Rings are titanium or carbon fiber outer bands

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"It looks like a trash can and tastes better than an Egg, so it will be the conversation piece of your next BBQ." So say the creators of the Po' Man, a grill that sets up with a set down on the ground, operates on plain...

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Titanium Embrite Glow Fob

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Dino Bioluminescent Plankton Sphere

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If you're too mature to display BioPop's Dino Pet on your desk...or just frustrated that your kids keep stealing it...here's a more sophisticated objet d'art containing the same glowing blue dinoflagellates. If you haven't...

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Splashlight Bioluminescent Water Blaster

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Remember when you used to put lightning bug butts and water in the blender and then use them to fill your squirt gun for nighttime fights with your friend Cornelius? Ahhh, childhood in the 80s. That was cool. Maybe even...

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