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Just when you thought it was safe to eat a bowl of Cap'n Crunch...
With the Shark Bowl you can relive the thrills of Shark Week every day of the year. This porcelain Shark Bowl looks like every other bowl from a distance, but as you approach, you'll see that it has an unstoppable killing machine poking its head out of that salsa. Use it for cereal, ice cream or even soup, but don't take your eyes off that ferocious shark for a second.
A pair of our Giant Googly Eyes have been installed in front of a home in Snohomish County, Washington. They make a great addition to the town's Neighborhood Watch group. Skulking scoundrels are sure to think twice about getting up to no good on a street where even the shrubbery is watching them.
No Flavor. No Color. Nothing.
We don't believe in dental hygiene.
Nihilism is a philosophy defined by what it doesn't believe. At its most extreme, Nihilists don't believe in anything. So, when we decided to make toothpaste for nihilists, we decided that it shouldn't taste like anything because they don't believe in flavor. Brushing your teeth with Nihilist Toothpaste is really brushing them with a big dollop of reality. This is a perfect present for your favorite philosopher, a moody teenager or a fan of The Big Lebowski.
Nihilist Toothpaste - Toothpaste for those that believe in nothing.
There's a stack of mashed potatoes off the port bow. Hard to starboard!
Since every holiday dinner is a disaster, you might as well use the Titanic Gravy Boat. The gravy pours through a hole in the hull!
The Titanic Gravy Boat brings one of the most famous maritime tragedies of all time to your dinner table. This ceramic representation of the Titanic is 9" x 4-3/4" and holds 16 fl. oz. of gravy which can be poured through the hole in the hull.
Also, it can be used to stage a historical reenactment if your relatives start talking politics. As soon as someone starts quoting radio show hosts, you just use mashed potatoes as the iceberg and peas as the life boats.
In case you haven't seen them before, here are her wonderful Cthulhu and Pirate snowflakes:
(Featuring the Clumsy Cook Turkey Mask)
(Featuring the Chicken Head Mask)
(Featuring the Pigeon Mask)
Here at Archie McPhee headquarters we're currently having the floors redone with cork. It's a pretty exciting development for the people who walk on those floors all the time, but the new flooring isn't actually the best part of this project.
Here's an industry secret: After a Unicorn has been through a room with a vacuum, each step you take on that floor releases the sweet scent of cotton candy!
This is a skilled and safety-conscious bunch of guys, so we aren't going to claim that they've been wearing the masks the whole time, but they also clearly know how to win our hearts and make themselves stand out from the competition.
Archie McPhee has been keeping Seattle Strange since 1983. Time flies when you're having fun and we're about to celebrate our 30th anniversary and we'd like you to join us.
Join us on Saturday, July 13th from noon to 4pm as we celebrate 30 years of fun and frivolity. Our brand new attraction, the Penny Periscope, will be unveiled at 12 o'clock. Then the games (and winning of fabulous prizes) begin! But that's not all. There will also be performances by the band Fez Monkey and photo ops with the Cap'n Archie wooden cutout. And don't miss the official cake-cutting ceremony at 2 o'clock.
It's going to be an unforgettable day of Archie McPhee-style celebration and fun.
We hope you'll join us for it.