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Howard Hughes, one of the world's richest (and most inventive) hypochondriacs, was famous for building "The Spruce Goose" a huge wooden seaplane. He simply loved wood! Hughes did not want his vast array of (pretty much useless) meds touched by any non-organic matter, so it was a no-brainer that he ordered his carpenters to construct this gravity fed pill dispenser, tonic mixer and ointment distributor out of wood.

"I aim to misbehave" black ladies large or Men's medium
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Ever crammed yourself into a pair of skinny jeans that were just a little *too* skinny? And, had the middle of the zipper bust open, but the top and bottom stay connected? This helpful tool is placed on the outside edges of the gaping zipper teeth and tightened up to bring your fastener back into fastenation! It's called "The Ripped Zipper Gripper ™".

Stupendous Man, Red, XXL
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"Have you ever ran across one of those dishes that is SO GOOD you just can't eat it fast enough? Well, here's the fork to eat it with!"

Stupendous Man, Red, XXL
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Most people think this is some type of handheld tool, but they have the scale all wrong. It's actually about three feet long and is an antique luge, used during the first winter olympics held during the Spanish Inquisition.

Made in America with Irish Parts 2X
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The world is full of reluctant fishermen (and fisherwomen) who would rather die than bait a hook. This device enables the squeamish to grasp a worm from a safe, non-icky distance and put the hook through the part of the worm stretched between the graspers. A larger version of the device is available to take the fish off the hook after it is caught.
Made in America with Irish Parts - Kelly Green Men's XXL
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Most folks have no idea how giblets are harvested. This is a giblet collector, but if I were to tell you how it works, it would ruin your Thanksgiving dinner . . .

Made in America With Irish Parts XXL
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Remember the tabletop game from our youth, Battling Tops ™? Well, it turns out that the original wasn’t a game. The original was a Ninja weapon called a “Topei Shinjuru” (戦争ヨーヨー)(literally “War YoYo”). This is a seventeenth century (Norris Dynasty) Samurai Shinjuru launcher.

Big Minion Theory, Ladies Cut Large
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These are racks needed to roast the ribs of mastadons and other large cuts of meat in a bar-b-que. Somewhere out there is a humongous sauce mop and a former flying saucer that has been converted into a ginormous Weber© Kettle! Deep Thought, Black XXL
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On a more realistic side, this is a "tap," which is used to cut or clean up the threads on a nut. A "die" is used to cut or clean up the threads on a bolt. Put them together, and you have a "tap and die" set, which has NOTHING to do with Oktoberfest!
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The holidays are coming, and Iron Man has been known to spend a little too much time at the buffet. Sometimes the suit needs to be "let out" a little, and these babies are just the hardware to do it!

When Worlds Collide XXL Black
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