Favorite ThinkGeek videos

I discovered the ThinkGeek website by accident and thought I'd share some of my favorite ThinkGeek Videos. I have no affiliation with ThinkGeek just loved their geeky products. There seems to be an endless supply of surprises here and ThinkGeek gimics include nonsense remote controls for controlling dogs (buttons like "stop that" "fetch" "attack" and "stay"). On the more practical side of things there is a genuine paedatric baby sleep trainer which can help you train a baby over 4 months to sleep. Wacky office products include a bulletproof clipboard where you can write your day's to do list and include "not to be shot"(see video). And if you've never visited the ThinkGeek Youtube video channel these are for you...

At the Top of the list (though many could take the title) I put this video on the shirt plate. What an awesome product. ThinkGeek have managed here to deliver a product that enhances sedentary lifestyles, lessens co-ordination and helps 'improve' diet conscious geeky lives...but don't take my word for it.

Staying with the food theme, in this next video, Cyle shows off the ThinkGeek  I repel Chef's jacket and his amazing cooking skills.

As children we always love hearing the sound of an icecream van on a hot day. Oh what a relief - but ThinkGeek popsicles aren't quite what you expect as you will see in this next video.

Following on...this next video shows one way to deal with Darth Vader using another great product from ThinkGeek.

Continuing with the theme of empowerment...here is the video on wacky office equipment as promised...

Lastly, the Mashoonga Foam Saber video (but heh you don't have to stop here! There are so many more you can check out on YouTube)...If only more retailers could be like this!

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kportrait 5 years ago

Very nice... I wrote a relevant hub, please check it out http://hubpages.com/technology/Funny-Youtube-Video...


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psychicdog.net 5 years ago Author

Why not TMA - the limit to getting this is sometimes only what you place on yourself and who are you asking and who has the answer but YOU! thanks for dropping by and excuse this belated reply!


THAT Mary Ann 5 years ago

Can grandmothers like me become geeks in their old age? Thanks for this, I have a son-in-law who's a geek so maybe I'll use the site for his birthday gift!


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psychicdog.net 5 years ago Author

I'll leave that up to you drbj - just make sure you let me know when it's happening so I can look out for my next laugh! Cheers.


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida

Glad you asked. We should send them all shirt plates already loaded with the stuff you generally pick up in a pooper scooper. It's called killing 2 birds with one plate.


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psychicdog.net 5 years ago Author

Hello drbj - one of my favorite hubbers! So what do you reckon Vadar popsickles for the Washington crew or the shirt plates?


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drbj 5 years ago from south Florida

Those ThinkGeeks are on to something. Not sure what it is but I think we should send them to Washington, D.C. to do a number on some knuckleheads there. Thanks for the heads-up, pd. I was woefully lacking in ThinkGeek knowledge before your educational hub and videos.


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psychicdog.net 5 years ago Author

No popsickle for Vadar hotwebideas


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hotwebideas 5 years ago from New York

Ok, the darth vader video is funny. I like how the guys were harassing him and he couldn't eat the sith popsicle. Very funny.


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hotwebideas 5 years ago from New York

I am a geek, so I will shop for myself. Thanks for shairng.


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psychicdog.net 5 years ago Author

Agreed! Cheers for the drive by drop a comment Nicomp.


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nicomp 5 years ago from Ohio, USA

it's a great site. Gifts for any Geek on your list.

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