Whenever I’m shopping at a store like, say, Target, I always stop by the Toys section to see if there’s any weird shit I can photograph and then feature on this website. Of course, there usually is. This game is called Throw Throw Burrito. I suspect that if you are drunk enough, and enjoy throwing food, this might be a game you would enjoy playing. Let’s find out more.
Category Archives: Toys and Collectibles
Toys and Collectibles
Pink Thing Of The Day: Pink Jinx Monster By Jellycat
I had to do a reverse image search on this cute little guy to find out that his name is Jinx and he is a type of monster from Jellycat, who make amazing plush soft toys. I found Jinx serving as the booth mascot for Happy Just Happy greeting cards at the NY Now winter market. Oh, the cuteness. Continue reading Pink Thing Of The Day: Pink Jinx Monster By Jellycat
Yes It Exists: Spice Girls LEGO Figure Set
OK, this is hilarious to me: LEGO® has immortalized the Spice Girls as buildable figures. Here is what you get (what you really really get) with each set: Continue reading Yes It Exists: Spice Girls LEGO Figure Set
Yes, It Exists: Kiss Pez Dispenser Set
This Limited Edition KISS Pez Collectors Edition Pack, featuring the band members from 2002 to the present — Gene and Paul plus drummer Eric Singer and guitarist Tommy Thayer — is owned by my pal Teddy. Like any good collector, Teddy has never removed the guys from the safety of their original collectible storage tin, which was apparently first released in 2012. Folks who bought this new and took good care of it (i.e. never opened it) are currently selling these for about $49 via various Amazon listings! Lick it up!
Yes, It Exists: Elf on The Shelf Claus Couture Line
All Images Courtesy of Elf on the Shelf
If you have children at home who still believe in Santa Claus, then you may have an Elf on The Shelf who visits each holiday season and makes your kids feel paranoid. Known as Scout Elves, theses elves are distinguished from the rest of Santa’s Helpers by their distinctive red-and-white suit, white collar and pointy hat.
I don’t have kids myself but I get that, for families with rug rats, The Elf on the Shelf is a fun Christmas tradition, even if the point is to make your kids believe that the elves are spying on them (because of that whole Naughty or Nice List that Santa supposedly keeps). Is that effed up? Maybe a little bit. Then again, what does a happily-childless person like me know?
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