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postheadericon Beating Heart Stress Relief Pillow

ThinkGeek :: Stuff for Smart Masses

Beating Heart Stress Relief Pillow
“We’re no stranger to stress here at the ThinkGeek office. We toil night and day tortuously sorting through shiny new toys and electronics while we down loads of caffeinated beverages and try to select only the choicest gadget fruits to satisfy your discerning palette. Yep… it’s a tough job but we have these handy Stress Relief Pillows to help out. Clutch them to your chest and they vibrate with a special rhythmic heart beat to calm your nerves. We were skeptical at first, but found that they really do de-stress even the jaded amongst us. The amazing thing about My Beating Heart is that every time you turn it on, an entirely unique heartbeat rhythm is created. In fact, every rhythm itself gradually changes and subtly dances, algorithmically modeling the heartbeat in a deep meditative state. This isn’t a pre-recorded rhythm and this isn’t a “”heartbeat sound.”” This is a physical heartbeat that realistically changes over time. Our hearts naturally begin to dance and sync with the hearts of other we hold or hug. This is a phenomenon we have observed for ages. Hugging the Beating Heart a few minutes allows the calm and dreamy beat to relax the body, ease the mind, and cajoles the spirit”
Beating Heart Stress Relief Pillow
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postheadericon Japanese for Beginners

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Japanese for Beginners
“Let ThinkGeek help you prepare for your anime pilgrimage to Tokyo. For the uninitiated, Japan is like a futuristic otaku Disneyland with beer vending machines. But… you may need some language skillz and ThinkGeek has a fine shirt to assist with your schooling. You probably have heard that Japanese is a difficult language to master… however we have it on good authority from Timmy (the faithful ThinkGeek monkey mascot) that Japanese is easier to learn than Leetspeak. Timmy speaks Japanese and Leet perfectly… but sadly we can’t seem to understand his English. Here is the secret skinny from Timmy; many handy Japanese words are actually borrowed from English but changed slightly to match the syllable sounds of the Japanese language. Now take a closer look at the Japanese for Beginners shirt. It provides all the useful Japanese words you may need in an easy to pronounce and accurate format. Amazing eh? Don’t thank us, just send lots of Japanese biru… and remember the Japanese word for “”food”” isn’t “”foodu”” it’s “”tabemono””. 100% cotton, heavyweight t-shirt in blue dusk with handy Japanese language guide on the front.”
Japanese for Beginners
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postheadericon Mashaka the 3 in 1 Monkey

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Mashaka the 3 in 1 Monkey
Mashaka. There he was, minding his own business, when suddenly a scientist came along and yanked Mashaka out of his Zoobie jungle home (a really nice two-level Colonial Revival style house). Mashaka was then subjected to Plush Waves from the Plush-o-matic until a doppelganger was created. The doppelganger plush Mashaka (the one we are offering to you) had two bizarre and unexpected features. Read on, if you dare. Ok, so that only made partial sense. What’s important is that Mashaka the Zoobie is a very soft plush – great for your littles to snuggle up with. But when your geeklings get too tired, just undo the soft Velcro straps on his belly and Mashaka will unfold into a monkey shaped pillow! And if that’s not enough, you can unzip Mashaka and out will unfold a blanket. Of course, technically, your child will then be sleeping on or under plush monkey guts, but hey – that’s kinda cool, too.
Mashaka the 3 in 1 Monkey
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postheadericon Halfling/Dragon

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Halfling/Dragon
“We here at ThinkGeek have learned from our mistakes in the past. One of our own dearest coders was faced with a similar situation as presented on this t-shirt but did not have the benefit of our counsel and was sadly consumed in whole…a tattered, fire damaged and half eaten Perl book is all that remains… The front reads “”When you find yourself in the company of a halfling and an ill-tempered Dragon, remember, you do not have to outrun the Dragon…”” and the back of the shirt reads “”…you just have to outrun the halfling.”” The shirt itself is black and the text is written in a beige Olde English font. Various runes are watermarked behind the text, cloaked in grey…”
Halfling/Dragon
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postheadericon Capsaicin Molecule

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Capsaicin Molecule
The stuff chilis are made of, literally. Capsaicin is responsible for that bite and that pungency which makes chili peppers (at least the hotter varieties) such a challenge to eat. One word of advice, never touch a habanero and then use the restroom without first washing your hands thoroughly. A pepper’s hotness is measured in Scoville Units. Pure capsaicin is lethal stuff, as it takes a 16 million-fold dilution of pure capsaicin for it not to be present on the Scoville Organoleptic Test. 0-100 – most Bell / Sweet pepper varieties 500-2,500 – Poblano peppers 2,500-8,000 – Jalapeno peppers 10,000-23,000 – Serrano peppers 30,000-50,000 – Cayenne and Tabasco peppers 50,000-100,000 – Chiltepin peppers 100,000-350,000 – Scotch Bonnet and Habanero peppers 350,000 to 580,000 – Red Savina peppers (a variety of habanero) 855,000 to 1,050,000 – Naga Jolokia peppers 15,000,000 -16,000,000 – Pure Capsaicin Maroon shirt with the capsaicin molecule printed in bright red on the front.
Capsaicin Molecule
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