This is a look at The Child (baby Yoda) LEGO set available for preorder now from LEGO (shipping October 31st). The $80 set includes 1,073 pieces, stands about eight inches tall if you assemble it correctly, has rotating head and hands and posable ears, but is still kinda lacking the
This is the Kickstarter for the Burrito Pop, a ~$33 (retail price $50, wtf!) burrito holder with a bottom base that twists to expose more burrito from the top, like lipstick or chapstick or a deodorant applicator. It’s also designed to help keep your hands clean and burrito warm in
This is the 5-piece hand-knit Yoda costume for infants made by Fenbo and available on Amazon ($23 +$5 shipping). That seems like a good deal for something that was hand-knit, I hope they’re compensating the knitters fairly. Of course this isn’t an officially licensed product, so maybe they’re just passing
This is the 3D printed xenomorph alien skull iPhone X/6/6S/7/8 case made and sold by Etsy shop Nvrlndesign. It costs $75 and none of the photos show the phone head-on or from the rear. I would have liked to have seen those shots specifically to aid in my purchase decision,
Presumably to help protect parents’ feet from rogue LEGO bricks, these are the LEGO x Adidas A-ZX 8000, which sounds like a rather unusual name for a pair of LEGO sneakers. They’ll cost $130 when they’re released on September 25th, and I’m not convinced I’ll actually be able to stick
This is the Han Solo in carbonite waffle maker manufactured and sold by Pangea ($54 on Amazon). According to the Amazon reviews, it makes very thick waffles that take extra time to cook. I’m okay with that. After all *carefully adding giant circular boobs to stick figure painting* perfection takes
This is the officially licensed Godzilla bust tissue dispenser made by Japanese company Rotary Hero. The box is designed to be displayed vertically, and the tissue next in line for use appears almost as if it’s smoke billowing from Godzilla’s mouth. I like how they spelled out GODZILLA on the
This is the $23 Office Possum available from Archie McPhee. It’s a stuffed 15-inch latex possum with bendable paws and tail for hanging around the office to startle coworkers. Now I don’t know who needs to hear this, but it is not for butts. OR IS IT? Seriously it’s not.