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USB-Powered Pac-Man Ghost Light

By: on January 30, 2016
$39.74
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A Pac-Man Ghost wouldn't be my first choice for a night light. Isn't the whole point of a night light to ward off ghosts? Make you less afraid of them? Not to mention that Pac-Man Ghosts in particular have a decades-long track record of, uh killing Pac-Man. I'll pass on keeping one next to my bed while I sleep. If the Ghosts want to flash and change colors and get down at my next Hotline Bling party though, I'll take a dozen.

The USB-powered mood lights phase through 16 different colors in Standard Mode. In Party Mode they flash and cycle through the Inky, Blinky, Pinky & Clyde spectrum to the beat of your favorite jams. An adjustable sensitivity dial on the back also lets you tweak the party setting for calibrated reactions to loud or quiet music.

You used to call me on my cellphone. You remember, Ms. Pac-Man? Late night when you need my love. Call me on my...hey! Don't pretend like eating dots and running from that ghost are more important than my pain!

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Working Pip-Boy 3000

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Pip-Boy: Deluxe Bluetooth Edition

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Die-hard Fallout fans, avid gamers, and gadget-giddy dudes in general, I present to you: a working Pip-Boy Model 3000 Mk IV replica. Also known as: your Sunday morning hard-on. Sure, you could call ThinkGeek's Deluxe...

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Slap It Butt Lamp

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