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  • September 18, 2012
    Note: Mug doesn't actually shrink when coffee is added. This is the $13 Disappearing Dinosaur Magic Mug from Baron Bob. At room temperature, it features a picture of a couple sexy-ass dinos, but when hot liquid is added *sniffle* oh God -- THEY TURN INTO FOSSILS. *uncontrolla... / Continue →
  • May 18, 2010
    We've already seen several World of Warcraft booze receptacles here on Geekologie (including the Tankard O' Terror), but LOOK OUT -- here comes another! Haha, you thought I was going to throw something, didn't you? I was. Lightning bolt! Lightning bolt! Anyway, the World of... / Continue →
  • April 8, 2010
    The Drinkclip Beltclip is a $5 clip for your belt that holds a beverage instead of a cellphone or laser blaster. You should still wear it right next to your cellphone though. Both of them. I mean, if you want to look cool. Plus fill it with the hottest coffee possible. I'm... / Continue →
  • October 8, 2009
    The Cookie Dunk Mug is a $22 beverage receptacle that also has a place to store cookies for dunking! Plus, the manufacturer isn't sidest and makes a left-handed version. High left-five! There's "no need to juggle with a plate and cup and of course, you also save on the washi... / Continue →
  • April 27, 2009
    Can you believe that's actually the title I used? Me neither. Maybe I'll come back and change it later (read: I won't). So, A Peaceful Bomb Vase is a flower depository designed by Owen & Cloud to look like a bomb. It's supposed to serve as a statement about how not cool war... / Continue →
  • April 20, 2009
    I know what you're thinking, "holy shit, that glass has a tumor!", and you're right, it kind of does. The Glass Tank is a conceptual wine receptacle that keeps your glass topped off at a constant level. That way you get drunk with while you're, you know, I've been drinking. ... / Continue →
  • April 10, 2009
    I'm sure this isn't the first Darth Vader coffee mug, but it is the first I've seen with a removable cap that keeps your morning cocktail hidden from the prying eyes and noses of non-alcoholic coworkers. Let Darth Vader watch over your coffee as you drink deeply from the dark ... / Continue →
  • February 12, 2008
    Jason Farsai has conceptualized the Yuno PC, which is a computer in a coffee mug. He envisions the device having all the necessary morning computer applications: weather, time, traffic, stock prices, comic strips, and email. You can also upload your own screensaver images and... / Continue →