|Atari Pong Doormat
Express your appreciation for old school video game awesomeness to all your guests with the Atari Pong Doormat. Yes, Pong, the original video game where you just hit a ball back and forth (over and over) – the forerunner to all modern video games. This cool doormat shows the classic grid, blocks, ball, and score. This mat measures 18″ x 24″ and is made of coconut fiber.
|Eat Like a Man: The Only Cookbook a Man Will Ever Need
Most men like to eat hearty, meaty, filling meals, not froo-froo light plates of veggie tofu morsels. The guys at Esquire know that and that’s why they put out Eat Like a Man: The Only Cookbook a Man Will Ever Need. This manly cookbook has 75 recipes on great food that men will enjoy cooking and eating. The book includes color photos, contributions from top chefs, and Esquire’s unique writing wit.
|Munchstache Cookie Cutters
Who wants to make boring old normal cookies? Make some cool manly cookies with the Munchstache Cookie Cutters. These fun cutters can create five different and distinct kinds of mustache shaped cookies. The five funny and yummy mustache types are “The Imperial,” “The Baron,” “The Bristle Brush,” “The Wooford,” and “The Walrus.”
|Science Geek Clock
The Science Geek Clock is proven to be a scientifically cool time-display device! This clock shows scientific formulas and equations in place of the normal numerals. This fun clock makes a great gift for the geeks and science nerds out there. Click here to see larger image.
Grill up some meatballs on the BBQ, instead of panfrying, boiling, or broiling them. The Nonstick BBQ Meatball Basket from Outset takes the difficulty out of cooking meatballs on the grill. This basket can hold up to 12 meatballs over the fire. Enjoy the smokey grill flavor while draining the excess fat. You know anything cooked on the grill tastes better!
|Rubik’s Cube Note Pad
Decorate your desk and jot some notes down on this fun and cool Rubik’s Cube Note Pad. This pad is shaped like a Rubik’s Cube with different colored sides. It comes with 700 pages of notes to write your reminders, notes, thoughts, doodles, etc. Makes a great gift for coworkers.
Hate dreary rainy days? Well brighten it up while keeping yourself dry with the Sky Umbrella. This umbrella opens up to reveal a photograph of a brilliant blue sky. You’ll feel like your walking under your own oasis of clear skies with this. This fun umbrella is from the Museum of Modern Art and created by Tibor Kalman. You might just start hoping for rainy days so you can show off this cool umbrella.
|Captain America: The First Avenger (Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo + Digital Copy)
Who would’ve thought Chris Evans would make a good Captain America, after being the Human Torch in the awful Fantastic Four movies? Well, he actually did a great job portraying the “Cap,” both before and after he got his super powers. Definitely check out Captain America: The First Avenger on the Blu-ray/DVD Combo if you’re a Marvel, Avengers, or comic fan!
|Obol, the Never-Soggy Cereal Bowl
Hate soggy cereal? Who doesn’t? Obol, the Never-Soggy Cereal Bowl solves the problem by having 2 sections in its bowl – one upper section for cereal, and one lower for milk. So it keeps them separate until you want to actually eat. Just scoop a spoonful of your cereal into the milk when you want a bite. Great for cookies and milk, and chips and salsa as well.
|The Santos Hooded Scarf
Keep your neck warm as well as your head when it gets more chilly with The Santos Hooded Scarf. This looks just like a regular scarf when draped around the neck, but has an added hood. This warm and functional scarf is great for when the weather gets a little colder than you expected. Just pull the hood over to keep your head and ears warm.
Whether you’re an Apple fan or not, you cannot deny that Steve Jobs made a huge impact on the world. Steve Jobs written by Walter Isaacson is the biography of his life, his passions, his hardships, his successes and much more. Jobs cooperated with Issacson in bringing his life onto these pages with more than forty interviews over two years. He was a visionary, an icon, and also very much human.