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Woody Allen Movie Collection

Spend a night, week or month with some film appreciation with this collection of Woody Allen movies. Nothing is more exciting than watching people say smart quirky things in small places unless it is in real life.


Shakespeare "Insult" Playing Cards

See how smart your English Literature friends really are when you test their knowledge of Shakespeare insults with this deck of playing cards. Bonus! If you are a middle school teacher this might get your kids interested in classical literature, even if you're teaching them insults for tomfoolery.


Electronic Pictionary Man Game

Do you like your friends? Enough to draw with them for hours? If not, get this Electronic Pictionary Man Game, it runs on batteries which means it has to be fun.


Pink monster karaoke machine

Does your kid hate attention? Get them this portable karaoke machine so they can't be shy anywhere. The pink is an added bonus.


Invisible Deck of Cards

What does one do with an invisibe deck of cards. We don't personally know or understand the use of them, but one person on the Internet said it was the best magic trick ever.


Cards Against Humanity Set

What game increases your chances of finding Princess Diana in your Chinese food? Cards Against Humanity of course. Throw away that traditional deck of cards and spice up your game night with inappropriate humor.


Game of Thrones Daenerys Cartoon Doll

Love Game of Thrones, but don't know how to properly display your passion for the show at the work place? Get this Daenerys toy. It's cute and doesn't have any gratuitous sexual references.


Game of Thrones Jon Snow Cartoon Doll

Who doesn't want to hug Game of Throne's Jon Snow? Probably his mom, but at least you can show this inanimate toy your affection.


Hunger Games Katniss Arena Jacket

Fight off tributes and the rain with this "Hunger Games" inspired Katniss arena jacket. It's a must for your adolescent daughter. And don't make fun of her for liking the "Hunger Games." At least she is reading.