To celebrate the 80th anniversary of Monopoly in France, Hasbro is releasing 80 sets in which the play currency is replaced with real. freaking. cash. One set even replaces every single bill and contains a total of 20,580 euros, or about $23,268.
Ten sets will contain five 20-euro bills, two 50-euro bills and one 100-euro note, for a total of 300 euros, or around $370. Finally, 69 sets will contain five 10-euro bills and five 20-euro bills (150 euros or about $170).
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If you want to try and get your hands on one of these games, they were secretly released on Monday among 30,000 other sets of of Monopoly, Monopoly Junior, and electronic and vintage varieties. Hasbro noted the sets are virtually indistinguishable by weight, although there will be a tiny difference in thickness thanks to the euro size – so you may want to grab a ruler.
Etsy artist “uncannyartshop” created this series of lifelike Bodily Candles which are hand cast from eco soy wax and come equipped with a set of ears, or a mouth displaying an expression of happiness or disgust. Stangely enough, they are also available in a variety of scents, should you decide to use them to enhance the atmosphere of a soothing bath or, better yet, a romantic dinner… costarring these.
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The humble mirror has been given a Batman makeover. Just gaze into it every morning and proclaim “I’m Batman”. It’s the only affirmation you need to get through the day.
The mirror is currently available for pre-order and is slated for release in June.
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It has been established that the undead can be effectively neutralized by destroying their brains, and Nerf has discovered that their skulls are soft enough to be taken out with foam darts. The fact that the ammo is reusable makes this a major win.
Enter their new “The Zombie Strike Doominator”. In addition to having a creative and badass name, the Doominator resembles the M23 grenade launcher and comes equipped with four revolving dart drums for a total of 24 rounds of foam firepower.
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The Doominator is expected to hit store shelves this fall for $39.99, hopefully before the inevitable zombie apocalypse finally arrives.
The gone too soon hilarity of Mystery Science Theater 3000 is about to enter the “not too distant future” of the 21st century thanks to a deal struck by Vimeo to stream 80 episodes of the series “forever and ever, anywhere and everywhere”. Reportedly, the company is working to clear the rights for the remaining episodes so that eventually all 197 will be available.
Unfortunately, before you take a nostalgic trip on the Satellite of Love and laugh at terrible movies, you’ll need to drop some coin. The episodes are available individually for $2.99 (rental) or $9.99 (purchase), or you can get them all for $300.
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