I don't even want to begin to count the amount of items I've already purchased a ThinkGeek, a site that has geeky-themed merchandise ranging from Tauntaun sleeping bags to canned unicorn meat. (The latter of which I own. Don't ask.) I have too many hobbies to list and unfortunately for my wallet, this site creates fun and crazy items that combine two of my greatest loves: video games and food. These Portal cookie cutters are just the beginning (and they're on sale.) I also have an R2 D2 measuring cup. All I'm missing is the companion cube cookie jar. *cough* Did I mention I also have a Space Invaders ice cube tray? I'll stop now and save some of my other random kitchenware for my next cool stuff post.
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