Funny Gag Gift Products
The box claims "Cats Love It!" Somehow, I have my doubts.
The box claims "Cats Love It!" Somehow, I have my doubts.
Good way to really creep someone out.
For a face that looks fresher and more vibrant with a healthy, rosy, serial killer glow.
Keeping safe sex... safe.
A bank that's a butt and farts when coins are inserted.
It's possibly the funniest/sexiest workout gimmick of all time. So while being pointed horizontally at chest height, this vibrating 20 lb contraption shakes and rumbles in the hands of the user, and claims to be useful for toning women's arms. (Not to direct you away from Inherently Funny or anything, but seriously just go look it up on YouTube. It's that good.)
For when you have the energy to produce deafening claps, but not to lean to the side and flip a switch.
NATO-approved female urination device.
Brown plaid is always your best choice.
Made so that people can wipe their butts without stretching so much.
These aren't really flying off the shelves, are they?
Prank gift box for wrapping your real gift inside.
Ceramic device used to flood the nasal cavaity with warm saline solution in an effort to improve sinus health and look like a complete and total dork.
Old-school piece of exercise equipment that would vibrate the user to weight loss.
They are for kids/people that wet the bed.
I saw them on an APC in Iraq. Freakin' hilarious.
A Nintendo DSA video game for stopping smoking. Rated E for everyone.
Hands off, gentlemen. It's for the ladies.
Can be found on used car lots across America.
Included in this commercial are (in order): sunglasses, skis, shirtless archery, shirtless boxing, vigorous toweling, the donning of a mock-turtleneck, a woman running in a red dress, the closing of a brief case that appears to perhaps contain a gun, the closing of a lighter, the red-dress woman again, the striking of a cue ball, the rolling of dice, the dunking of an olive in a martini, nuzzling, and a speed boat. Or, in other words, my typical Thursday night.
Never burn your toast again.
Makes everything disappear.
It will turn the water a random color to determine which Hogwarts house you're in. Red for Gryffindor, blue for Raven Claw, green for Slytherin, and yellow for Hufflepuff.The Hufflepuff one looks slightly like pee.
For those who find the act of gently swirling a spoon too much effort.
"Are your eggs naked? This cute new product has three stubby 'legs' which will keep your breakfast eggs standing tall and proud."
Yes, it is a real thing.
Am I the only one who gets nightmares looking at these?
Loved them when I was five.
For 7-year olds to whom clear water is overrated.
Why have flat hair when you could instead add several inches of unnatural cone-head growth?
The manufacturers of erasable pens seem to have confused sanding off a thin layer of paper with actually erasing ink.
It's funny when someone tries to open one by jabbing one side of the straw on a table and it bends instead.
One of those weird, puffy envelopes.
Like training wheels for chopsticks, they clip on to the top and help people that would really prefer to use a fork.
Put it in you hair and go out in the sun for couple of hours and voila, orange hair. Wait, what?
Bedazzle your hair with glitter hearts and stars.
Unicorn limbs and head you put on your fingers. I actually own this.
C'mon dude. Really?
Especially lace doilies.
Knife with a screw-top compass and couple random survival tools stuffed in the handle.
Is it just me, or is there something unseemly and somewhat desperate about a body pillow?
For those of us poor saps who can never decide between the fork and the spoon! The name Spork was trademarked registered by the Van Brode Milling Co., Inc., of Clinton, Massuchests in 1969 for a piece of cutlery combining the features of a spoon, a fork and sometimes a knife. In the United Kingdom, "Spork" has been trademark registered by Plastico Limited (TM 1052291) since 1975. The name spork has been in common use since at least 1900 and appeared in the 1909 Century Dictionary supplement. There are many patents for sporks with or without the use of the name itself dating back over one hundred years.
Don't take life sitting down. A portable device that lets women urinate while standing up.
Psshh, psshh, psshh.
The four-color pen on steroids.
There's no aphrodisiac as powerful as this piece of NASCAR furniture. Watch out ladies, this man's a stud.
So your shotgun is accessible while lying in bed.
Also known as crossword puzzles for the elderly.
I saw a guy going to town with one of these on the subway yesterday. It was one of those back-scratchers with a small plastic hand on the end. He looked pretty smug.
Aside from it's dubious contribution to hair metal, pause for a moment to consider the name. While traditional hairnets are constructed from finely woven mesh and elastic, the artificial hairnets Aquanet generates are apparently made out of aqua.
A great way to avoid clutter, keep variety at your fingertips, and generally be considered a dork.
The P-Mate is a revolutionary way for women to pee discreetly without having to pull down their pants and squat.
Small valve used to control the flow of liquid or gas.
The absolute, 100%, sure-fire way to keep your dignity after the age of fifty.
Talk about a seasonal business...
There's no longer a need to turn your wrist. Simply stick your tongue out.
Yet another thing that was once popular in the 21st century but has since faded away.
Hey, according to Wikipedia, patchouli can be used as a hair conditioner for dreadlocks. Go figure.
Electrical device employing a coil spring to mechanically remove hair by the root. In other words, ouch.
Because life is hard enough as it is without having to also carry your ice-cold case of beer and gallon of potato salad.
Preferred swag of the NPR set.
Are you too lazy to mop the floor? Well these slippers are perfect for you!
At the inherently funny medical center, there is only one treatment: 1) Just rub some salve on it 2) Apply gauze.
Forever changed the sounds of summer nights from crickets chipping to electrical death.
Vacuum hair-cutting system.
Rubber wedges that stops airplane wheels from rolling. A funny words for a pretty serious use.
Made for men so they don't rush, which is "unhealthy" according to the infomercial.
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