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The average horse is around 15 hands high, but this pocket-sized phalange filly is exactly one. This is a set of five finger puppets (four 2" hooves and a 2" horse head). Buy them for your whole family and make a Handihorse herd stampede!
You’ve got the Horse Mask, but your whinnies are pathetic. It's hard to creep people out when your horse sounds make everyone around you point and laugh. Use this Emergency Horse Noisemaker to push your Horse Mask trolling to the next level!
This electronic device features four sounds (neigh, whinny, snort and gallop) that catapult you into the stratosphere of awesome horse trolling. Also good for phone conversations that could stand to be a lot horsier. Wear your Horse Mask secure in the knowledge that your horse noises won't be hoarse noises. Batteries included.
Proving once again that our Horse Head Mask can pop up just about anywhere, we recently spotted one in this funny video created by Russian videographer Michael Tivikoff, a.k.a. Mr. TVCow. Entitled "How Gamers Eat Their Food", the video demonstrates how people who play different video games (or indeed the characters from those games) have wildly different (and silly) ways of eating.
But we think the best part is that the demonstrations are presented to a person wearing everyone's favorite creepy Horse Head Mask, who listens attentively while munching on a leafy salad:[via Kotaku]
There's nothing worse than having people look at you in your Horse Mask and saying, "I can tell you're a human because I can see your hands, you loser." Now it'll never happen again thanks to this handsome pair of 14" long latex Horse Hooves:
Horse hooves fit smoothly over most adult hands. Like a pair of cloppy gloves, they instantly add a dash of centaur to any outfit. We recommend wearing them to math class and using them to stomp out your answers or to make shaking hands extra cloppy. Also good for dressing as your favorite rapper, 50 Centaur.
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.
Two From SPb made this awesomely silly music video entitled "Wild Horse". The video features our creepy Horse Head Mask and tell the story of "a wild horse who doesn't like Kate Moss. It likes a girl from a Russian town. But she lives with a bear and she doesn't care."
We love spotting our Horse Head Mask being used and enjoyed in the most unexpected places. We always suspected that it could be useful in any number of situations, but our customers continually demonstrate that there is truly no limit to the possible applications.
People have incorporated the Horse Head Mask into wedding photos:
It has been part of marine animal shows:
Apparently it even makes for comfortable reading on planes:
It takes special skill to race while wearing a Horse Head Mask:
Even dogs enjoy wearing them:
This is Maddie the famous traveling Coonhound
And most recently, we spotted it being worn in this awesome and incredibly strange Japanese video:
Stay tuned for more amazing sightings of the Creepy Horse Mask!
Let us all take a moment to bask in the awesomeness of the Horse Head Last Supper, created by Matt Walczak:
As you probably know by now, we love spotting both our Horse Head Mask and the Magical Unicorn Mask. But combining both masks (and so many of them too!) in a recreation of The Last Supper pretty much puts us over the moon. It's almost unbearably awesome. Thanks Matt![via claireblechman]
We absolutely love it when people spot our Horse Head Mask while they're out and about. It didn't take long for us to learn that it really could show up anytime and anywhere, which delights us to no end. Here are three recent sightings:
This triumphant, leather-clad horse-man was seen at the New York Comic Con.
ontheborderland spotted not just one, but two Horse Head Masks enjoying a leisurely boat ride through Inokashira Park in Tokyo.
Redditor atcaskstrength spotted this equine bookworm while boarding a plane, proving once again that you never know when a little awesomeness is about to enter your life.
Who knows where the Horse Head Mask might appear next? We can't wait to find out. Until then you can check out CreepyHorseMask.com for more pictures and videos.