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  • December 6, 2013
    This is the $6,500 Santa Stake-Out kit being sold by PlanetOptics so you can spy on Santa while he's making his rounds. Me? I'm not sitting around in the cold waiting for that fat bastard to go flying by, I'm going to lure him to me. "With milk and cookies?" What is this, a... / Continue →
  • February 29, 2012
    Hey ladies -- want to make my roommate cry for $10? it look like your garters are tearing the flesh from your legs? Pfft, who doesn't? ME. I don't wear stockings, I wear tights. That way I can get away without wearing underwear. But enough about my sexy-f***in' ass -- intr... / Continue →
  • February 7, 2009
    We've featured a couple other vampire killing kits (not to mention zombie killing ones) here on Geekologie, but I particularly like this one because it's nice and discreet. Typically, it just looks like an old art print (lower right in photo), but slide the front off and TA-DO... / Continue →
  • December 26, 2008
    Well we've already seen a $15,000 full-sized vampire killing kit. But what if you want something smaller? You know, a little vampire protection that'll fit in your pocket or man-purse? Enter the Vintage Pocket Sized Vampire Slaying Kit. This is a Vampire killing kit that ... / Continue →
  • June 5, 2008
    The $30 Magnetic Accelerator from Thinkgeek uses black magic to launch ball bearings at your roommate when he refuses to fetch you a beer from the fridge even though he's closer. The kit can be assembled in just a few minutes and requires no glue (so there's little chance of b... / Continue →
  • March 11, 2008
    I'm a huge fan of DIY projects. Especially ones that begin by destroying something beautiful. Unfortunately this is not that kind of project. But it is a DIY iPod amplifier -- complete with vacuum tubes. Raise the roof everybody! Did I just say raise the roof? I meant som... / Continue →
  • March 10, 2008
    The iStraw, thanks to special micro-filtration technology, makes drinking water from the toilet safer than ever. Available for $40 from ThinkGeek, the straw can filter about 130 gallons and "reduces up to 99.99999% of all waterborne bacteria." Wow, that's a lot of 9's! You c... / Continue →