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Dragon Downspout Statue

By: on April 18, 2013
$40.50
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While I would prefer to have a dragon that breathes fire and prepares to reclaim Westeros for the rightful Queen, Daenerys Targaryen, I guess one that diverts water is an OK second. This gothic, gargoyle-inspired dragon downspout statue looks scary enough to dissuade the field mice from building nests in the downspout's opening. However, it also looks scary enough for the neighborhood kids to steal and use as a guardian mascot for their treehouse. That's what I would do if I were a neighborhood kid anyway. I would also learn to ride a bike and throw a ball and breakdance. Ah, the missed opportunities of my youth.

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8-1/2-Foot-Tall Garden Gnome Statue

$2,278.86 from Amazon »

It's gonna be tough to schlep this garden gnome around the world with you for photo ops, but I'll bet if you do the 8-1/2-foot lawn ornament will help your Instagram account go viral. Who wouldn't want to follow Gottfried...

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Beginner Wood Carving Kit

$29.95 from Amazon »

Who wants a whittle hobby to have a whittle fun with this summer? Chillin' on the back patio or at the lake carving a birdie with your hook knife and chiseling blades. This beginner's kit is suitable for ages 14 and up...

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Dragon Hoodie

$447 from Canada Cosplay »

I like it when objects can wholly encompass their descriptors both literally and figuratively. For example, previously dragons were hot due solely to their deadly breath of fire. But then Canada Cosplay decided to turn...

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Prosthetic Dragon Spikes

$375 from Etsy »

Is there a word for when something is equal parts disturbing and smokin' hot? That's what I'd like to call the image of this lady wearing Dragon Spikes. Their mutant effect is remarkable, somewhere between mythical miracle...

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Paper Animal Head Trophy Kits

$10 - $75 from Resident »

Rather than designer animal kills from sub-Saharan Africa, Tristan Sopp is into killer animal designs from his own head. The 10 exotic head trophies Sopp has conceived and developed for his Resident Design Co. shop are...

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Dragon Cake Pan

$24.99 from ThinkGeek »

What's going to be harder: getting the cake eggs away from the dragon guarding them, or getting the cake eggs out of the Dragon Cake Pan without destroying them? Those with the ambition and determination of Dany Targaryen...

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Life Size King Cobra Snake Statue

$529 from Amazon »

King Cobra says, "Rise and shine, Cornelius!" And, "Welcome home, She-Ra: Princess of Power!" And, "Whatcha workin' on, Tom from IT?" And, "Hey there, Mama...." Nah. I won't Life Size King Cobra Snake Statue my mama....

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Hatching Dragon Candle

$44.09 from Firebox.com »

We've always known that out of the dragon's mouth comes the fire. Now, thanks to a particularly acid-washed, acid-tongued Mother, we also know it's possible that out of the fire's mouth come the dragons. So here's a candle...

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Dragon Slayer Leather Armor

$3,999.99 from Etsy »

The practicality of slaying a dragon in 100% leather armor is questionable at best, but one thing's for sure: all the fair maidens who haven't seen this much cowhide since Kiss performed at the dairy farm are gonna dig...

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Game of Thrones Chocolate Dragon Egg

I tried one of Truffle Cottage's Game of Thrones Chocolate Dragon Eggs last night. And if by "tried" you think I mean "demolished," then you are correct, sir! I think She-Ra: Princess of Power ate a couple from the stash...

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Ancient Greek Star Wars Prints

$70 - $490 from Travis Durden »

Travis Durden is the dude behind these glorious mashups, ancient Greek sculptures-turned-prints of our favorite Star Wars characters. A mashup himself, the French "Durden" is actually no Durden at all. He keeps his real...

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The Phone Claw

$20 - $30 from JONTHINGS »

This is the pitch I got from Jon when he emailed to suggest The Claw for a Dude feature: "Hey there, I am Jon. I like weird things. As it so happens I make weird things too." Cool. Simple, to-the-point, no PR jargon....