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From That’s Nerdalicious!: Hamburger speaker for flame-broiled beats and sounds that gain pounds.

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The original Duck Hunt gun was a zapper, but this soap version works up a lather. Sure to kill even the harshest odors.

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From That’s Nerdalicious!:The Canon camera lens thermos was only available for a short time, but Nikon has jumped in there to fill the void. Their awesome camera lens thermos is now available for purchase (assuming you can get on the overloaded product page that is).

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This case-mod masterpiece from modder pinchillo was inspired by the Dreadnoughts from Warhammer 40,000. As you will see in the video after the break, the damn thing actually talks, has a spinning chain gun and working LED lights. Oh, and there’s a PC in there somewhere…whatever.

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If you were able to get up close to the Doctor, you would notice that he smells like caramel apples. That’s because he washes off the dirt of time travel using Tardi-soap.

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The 3rd generation iPod may be obsolete, but its TV-B-Gone doppleganger here represents the latest in assholy prankster technology.

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Hey, don’t forget that cassettes kept you entertained with M.C. Hammer and, I dunno, Genesis in the ’80s and ’90s. No need to rub dirt all over the format now because you made a few bad choices back in the day.

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The Undercover Mini Sleeve (a long awaited follow up to the laptop version) is designed to camouflage your cellphone or MP3 player as an “innocuous looking little envelope”. That’s all well and good if you want to deter gadget thieves, but identity thieves will pick up right were they left off.

The sleeve is tear proof, waterproof and size adjustable.

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You know the sound of coins clinking together? That’s the only beat you will hear from these piggy bank headphones. But, let me tell you, that is music to my ears.

Sure, it’s like five pennies rattling around, but still…

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Not the greatest cook eh? This bomb timer will soon become a tick-tock warning to your family that a heartburn-inducing, flavor-killing food poisoning disaster is imminent.

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