Alex Van Halen and Eddie Van Halen as Todlers

Alex Van Halen and Eddie Van Halen as todlers

The boys knew what they wanted to be from the get go.

Polaroll: Polariod Toilet Paper Holder

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I say they should get James Garner & Mariette Hartley to sponsor this retro Polariod Toilet Paper Holder. Polaroids used to take shitty pictures, I think it is quite apropos. It would be cool if it made the same sound as the original Polaroid and flash at the same time.

The Elvis Presley Soundtrack Collection

The-Elvis-Presley-Soundtrack-Collection

Do the math, that’s 2.00 a movie soundtrack of Elvis Presley’s 20 movie soundtracks. This box set will cost you a paltry 39.99.

Dumped in December, On the Rebound in February

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Many relationships end a bit before Christmas and dating sites are strongest before Valentine’s Day. This would explain why many kids are born in September/October. Either way Hallmark is the big winner.

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Doctor Who TARDIS Shower Rack

Doctor-Who-TARDIS-Shower-Rack

I am holding out for the Dr. Scholl’s shoe rack. I will pass the Dr. Who TARDIS shower rack, I am clean enough. My bank account that is.

Mountain Dew Cheetos

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Half a world away in Japan, for a limited time consumers get to enjoy Mountain Dew Cheetos. Only in Japan. Last year the same company introduced Pepsi-flavored Cheetos. Hybrid gimmick foods are very trendy in the orient.

The Map of Zombies

the map of zombies

Why do we have such an insatiable appetite for anything related to zombies? The Map of Zombies by Jason B. Thompson illustrates once again the popularity of zombies is still strong.

Man Eats Cactus

Kevin Strahle, aka L.A. Beast, eats cactus. Just imagine how it comes out. Ouch!

The Truth About Dr. Seuss

How well do you know Dr. Seuss?

He coined the word ‘nerd’ in his book ‘If I Ran the Zoo’ in 1950.

He won an Oscar for writing the animated short called ‘Gerald McBoing-Boing’ in 1951.

‘Yertle the Turtle’ is based on the story of Hitler.

‘The Butter Battle Book,’ published in 1984 and was pulled from selves after six months. It dealt with the Cold War tensions of the time.

‘Green Eggs and Ham’ was created on a bet that he could write a book with only 50 words.

He was not a fan of kids and would try to avoid them at all costs.

He had a fear of public speaking.

Walt Disney’s Mustache

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Here is one novelty item that can be found exclusively at Disney Parks. Walt Disney’s mustache in a plastic bag. There is a marketing genius out there patting himself/herself for calling it a mouse-stache. Somewhere else Sam Kinison is smiling like a Cheshire Cat. Wonder if there is a market for William Shatner’s rug?

Personally, I think the stache looks more like it belongs to either Ned Flanders or Bill Watterson. There are many possibilities with this stache line. We could have a whole Movember line of famous staches.

Here is the warning on the package:

WARNING: Choking Hazard: Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.

Caution: This product contains adhesive which may cause skin irritation to certain individuals. In the event of a skin reaction, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.

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