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  • July 8, 2013
    This is the Darth Vader mask and lightsaber mailbox constructed by DeviantARTist SenseiMonkeyboy. You can raise the lightsaber hilt and blade like a flag to let the postman know you've got mail that needs to be picked up. Unfortunately, in real life a wooden baseball bat > a ... / Continue →
  • December 20, 2011
    This is a shot of some Reddit user's uncle's homemade Star Trek mailbox. It's solar powered so it lights up at night to attract highschoolers with bats. I mean, I'd like to THINK they wouldn't smash it, but they would smash it. And if he rebuilt it, they would smash it again... / Continue →
  • May 14, 2010
    I have no idea if this is real or not although I suspect not, but I've gotten the tip so many times I figured I'd go ahead and post it, effectively cutting the number of times I get it in the future nearly in half. Anyway, some website is selling pubic lice you can order onlin... / Continue →
  • January 21, 2010
    First of all, who the hell cares if you get four letters instead of three? Screw three pieces of mail but four -- HOLY MARY OF MAIL I BETTER HOVEROUND DOWN TO THE BOX AND RETRIEVE THOSE BITCHES! Secondly, this $55 piece of Thanko garbo doesn't even count your pieces of mail, ... / Continue →
  • November 15, 2009
    I think we all knew this day would come: Envelopes with bacon-flavored adhesive. Geez, these are almost as clever as my invention: nipple flavored envelopes. Which, I think you and I both know is the closest your tongue will ever come. J&D's, the makers of Bacon Salt and Bac... / Continue →
  • August 30, 2009
    Who the hell still rocks those oldschool CRT monitors? You do? Oh, sorry. Truthfully, I still rock a 21-incher myself. HIYO! Anyway, this is a $230 computer mailbox fabricated out of wood and a traditional mailbox so that some punkass teenagers can come bat the shit out of... / Continue →
  • August 19, 2009
    Not to be outdone by Dell's L337 shipping practices, HP decided to ramp up their efforts to show that THEY hate this planet even more. What's in the box? Hit the jump to find out. And no, it's not a tiger. But good guess. Hit it. DO IT NOW!... / Continue →
  • March 31, 2009
    Yesterday Netflix announced its new cost structure for adding Blu-ray access to you account, just in case you were wondering. Basically, it costs $1 more than the number of discs you can have out at one time (if you're on the 3-at-a-time plan, adding Blu-ray costs $4 a month, ... / Continue →
  • January 29, 2009
    This is probably the best looking cake we've posted here on Geekologie, and it comes to us all thanks to loyal Geekologie Reader, Jay, who had this to say about it: I made a saturn cake, I can send pics -J Damn that thing looks like it was baked full of win, am I right? Of... / Continue →
  • January 2, 2009
    The Postcard Aeroplane is a $7 balsa wood postcard from suckUK that you can send to a friend or former lover. Then, when they receive it, they can punch out the plane parts and fly your message to the moooooooon. One time my grandpa mailed a coconut. To Saturn! Can you tell... / Continue →
  • October 8, 2008
    Google recently unveiled a Gmail application that may help prevent drunk emailing. When in use, the program requires a potential emailer to solve a few mathematical problems before the message can be sent. Pretty clever, now make something similar for cell phones and we'll be... / Continue →
  • April 8, 2008
    This is the Shirtless Bandit. He likes chips and watching Netflix rentals -- but not his own. He just steals them from his neighbors. After having to file multiple Netflix movies as "lost in the mail" I began to get suspicious that there was more than just a careless mail... / Continue →
  • September 27, 2007
    Some Apple fan took what appears to be an old G4 case and modded it into a mailbox. I hated this computer case when it first came out, but it looks good as a mail receptacle. I'd make one, but I live in a college town where mailboxes have short lifespans. I just have a regul... / Continue →