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Some people refer to squirrels as tree-rats, but we think of them as secret urban unicorns. Squirrelicorns! While the Squirrelicorn is just as magical as its fully equine unicorn comrades, they are a little less rare. You just need to know how to attract them.
To lure a Squirrelicorn out of hiding simply fill a Unicorn Squirrel Feeder with peanuts (and some peanut butter if you’re feeling extra generous) and hang it up within squirrelly reach. Give them a little time to comprehend their
hunger magical potential and, before you know it, your once ordinary squirrels will become awesome Squirrelicorns:
Now we know what you’re wondering: Can two creatures as magical as these be friends? Members of our Bigfoot Research Team are currently taking time away from their search for the elusive Sasquatch to observe Squirrelicorn and Squorse behavior. Legend has it they meet for nutmeat feasts and dance-offs.
If you want to help solve this mystery (or just want to laugh at squirrels looking ridiculous), visit our squirrel shop so you can set up your own Unicorn Squirrel Feeder and Horse Head Squirrel Feeder.
Let us know if you capture photos or footage of squirrelly shenanigans!
This Bigfoot Christmas Sweater is a limited quantity item! It’s a one-size-fits-most festive Bigfoot Sweater that lets the world know you’re in the holiday spirit and are fascinated by cryptozoology. This Santa Sasquatch is making his way through the forests of the Pacific Northwest to prove that he exists. It’s the perfect look for an ugly sweater party this holiday season.
You have to admit, even Bigfoot looks pretty sweet rockin’ our Bigfoot Christmas Sweater. Even though wearing a shirt of yourself is pretty lame, we’ll let Bigfoot get away with it.
We've just released a whole new series of shiny new ornaments to help make your Christmas trees and Hanukkah bushes even more awesome this year. Here are three of them:
This Cone Kitty Ornament is for the true appreciator of cats, even when they aren’t having their proudest moment. If this kitty is humiliated by the plastic cone, she’s not showing it. How did this happen? Why is the world so unfair? Merry Christmas!
Our new Introvert Ornament would rather be in the back of the tree in a comfortable secluded spot where it can see the other ornaments if it wants to, but can also have some private time. The perfect ornament to make sure everyone in your family is represented on the tree.
You know what your Christmas tree needs? A Squirrel in Underpants Ornament! No more naked squirrels. This beautifully crafted glass squirrel in underpants won’t be out of place on even the classiest tree.
BBC Springwatch recently shared this awesome video of a grey squirrel using one of our Horse Head Squirrel Feeders. He’s determined to retrieve a tasty treat from inside the feeder, but in the meantime he looks like a horse-squirrel hybrid who’s possibly had one too many hazelnut daiquiris.
To watch squirrel shenanigans like this from the comfort of your own home simply order a Horse Head Squirrel Feeder, or Big Head Squirrel Feeder, fill it with nuts, and hang it up in your yard. The squirrels will take care of the rest.[via BBC Springwatch]
Our friend Kirk Demarais, author of such fine books as Mail-Order Mysteries: Real Stuff from Old Comic Book Ads! and Life of the Party, recently paid a visit to Archie McPhee HQ in Mukilteo, WA, where a great time was had by all.
Kirk spent the day exploring our vast archive of toy and novelty treasures, participating in creative meetings, and just generally nerding out with us about all sorts of wonderful weirdness.
You can’t take your kitties to work with you, but you can take this peel and stick Dress-Up Crazy Cat Lady. She comes with over 100 reusable vinyl clings that put her awesome life at your command.
Just imagine, not only can you dress her in her cat-related outfits, but you can arrange kitties and kitty accessories in her living room all day long. You decide how many cats are appropriate for her living space. Includes hairballs.
Hayashi is the playful mastermind behind the Pigeon Mask pranks on Google Maps and Pigeon Night and as you can see here, wearing his Pigeon Mask an awesome Doge t-shirt, Hayashi immediately fit in perfectly:
We were delighted to finally meet Hayashi in person and give him the grand tour.
Hayashi just posted a wonderful write-up about his visit to Archie McPhee.
“I had always wanted to go to Seattle. Not for Starbucks or Microsoft but for Archie McPhee. This is where I purchase my Pigeon Masks. I always buy it online but I had always wanted to go to the physical store. This month my dream finally came true. I got to visit Pigeon Mask's hometown.”
We’re willing to bet that all day you’re doing things that deserve a high five. In fact, you probably need so many high fives that it puts an undue burden on co-workers, family and bros. The Wind-up High Five relieves that burden with automated recognition of your awesomeness!
Made of soft vinyl and plastic, this 3-1/2" hand slowly walks toward your hand until they meet for a high five. It's automated awesome! Finally, technology does something useful. Buy two and have them high five one another.
Our new Howling Wolf Mask is here to save Halloween! It has eyeholes in the neck, so you can walk forward in a constant howl! There doesn't have to be a full moon to wear this mask, but it helps.
Usually a mask just makes you different, but what if a mask made you better? What if a mask made people find a new respect for you and made you irresistible to potential partners? What if a mask gave you the ability to ascend to the spirit plane and move amongst the archetypes of the collective unconscious? That would be great. This mask has the special power to make you awesome! Instead of just disguising you as an animal, it transforms you into a majestic howling wolf. Fits most adult heads.
Boo! These glow-in-the-dark Halloween Mini Decorations are a set of terrifyingly tiny spooks to haunt the nooks and crannies of your home, cubicle, or school locker.
If you don't have a lot of room, not only do these adorable decorations not take up much space to display, but all 11 paper decorations tuck neatly away in a 5" x 5-1/2" x 1/2" illustrated tin that fits in a drawer. Some decorations are jointed including a spiffy skeleton. Boo!