Ever been in a pinch and needed a pair of giant lobster claws? No? Well, it’s better to be safe than sorry! The solution is now in your hands (ahem).
And after you have accomplished your pinching mission, you can take up a life of vigilantism by using your new claws to fight crime like this reviewer.
A Million Random Digits with 100,000 Normal Deviates
How many numbers are there? Well, it depends on how high you can count. While the easiest answer an an “infinite amount”, some argue that it is more correctly termed an “uncountable amount.”
Your high school mathematics teacher will tell you that numerals can be separated into natural numbers, real numbers, integers, and the like, but as the reviewer pointed out, they do all seem to include the same 10 digits… You’ve been warned.
While this saddle — from here on known as a “daddle” — is appropriate for ages 3 and up, we do recommend that fathers aged 45 and above consult with their physician before partaking in any daddle activities.
As mentioned, this particular daddle is best suited for the more subdued, Western Style version of the sport, as opposed to the more complex English Father Riding Method (EFRM) variant from across the pond.
Rubie’s Giant Inflatable Cell Phone
Yes, the current trend may be to make mobile phones thinner and slimmer. But as tech giants compete over who will be the first to make a cellphone tiny enough to get lost in one’s ear, have you ever thought that we’ve moved further away from how good things used to be?
Sometimes bigger is better! With this 1980s-style cell, none of your calls will ever drop. They may not connect either, but don’t get tangled up in the details.
BigMouth Inc. Tiny Hands Toy
Is there anything more inconvenient than large hands?! How is one supposed to accomplish anything with gigantic appendages that include enormous phalanges? Sigh. Thankfully, some genius recognized the massive problem and invented these tiny hands.
Now one can use them to complete all those important tasks like clapping at concerts performed by little mice musicians or opening tiny jars of jam.