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The praying mantis is one of our favorite insects, not only for their lithe physiques and graceful movements, but also because the females eat the males after mating. Now that’s an insect! This beautiful latex Praying Mantis Mask captures all the detail of a giant insect head. The bold green color is enhanced by a gloss on the eyes that make them pop.
This is probably the best mask we’ve ever made for just creepily standing around and staring at people at the mall. Fits most adult heads.
Not every cat is worthy of a wizard hat. Some cats are just plain old mundane muggles mewing mediocrely. Leave them out of this. Other cats are MAGICAL! Those special cats need an Inflatable Wizard Hat for Cats.
This vinyl 6-1/2" long hat is held on kitty's noggin with a four-point elastic strap system. Your own little Meow-lin (Claw-dini? Kitty Kopperfield? Hiss Angel? Hairball Potter?) will even be able to practice wizardry at night because it glows in the dark. Magic cats love it!
Say Abra-cat-dabra and buy one here.
Sure, our new Eagle Talons look fantastic with our Eagle Mask, but we think they are just as amazing on their own. So, we came up with a list of things that are WAY MORE AWESOME when you’re wearing Eagle Talons.
All of these things (and many more) are improved by having talons.
Why yes, these are photos of President Obama shaking hands with someone wearing one of our Horse Head Masks. This awesomely surreal moment occurred on Tuesday night, July 8, 2014, as the President was greeting people along the streets of downtown Denver, CO.
Proving once again that there's no telling where our Horse Head Mask might show up next, the photo above was taken by Jewel Samad and the one below by New York Times photographer Doug Mills.
Of course, it didn't take long for The Internets to react in hilarious fashion, which is how we arrive at this amazing third photo.:
Visit BuzzFeed for additional images.[Photos via the LA Times and BuzzFeed]
But don't let today be the only day you show your kitty how much they mean to you. You know your kitty is the best kitty ever, so why not get the trophy to prove it?
Make it official by awarding your cat with a World's Best Cat Trophy:
Buy one here. Then hug your kitty again for good measure.
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]
Joe J Thomas, voice actor and creator of the blog Joe's Dump, recently proposed an awesome new system of measurement, The Rubber Chicken Standard. What with the Metric System failing to take off in the US and his opinion that the Imperial System isn't very intuitive, Joe argues that it's high time we all agreed on a new standard of measurement:
I’ve chosen the Archie McPhee Deluxe Rubber Chicken as a new standard of measurement. The reason is simple: every culture knows what a chicken is, and a rubber chicken is easier to use because it won’t spoil.
One rubber chicken is the basic unit of measurement. (How many chickens tall are you?) But Joe goes on to propose the use of a "Kilo-Chicken" (kc) for measuring really large objects (It’s the size of 1,000 Rubber Chickens):
And the "Micro-Chicken" (uc) for measuring really tiny things:
Click here to learn more about The Rubber Chicken Standard. We think it's brilliant.
Well done Jim and thank you for sharing! We've already watched it ten times in a row and it’s still cracking us up.
Want to get your own backyard squirrels involved in this hilarious action?
Click here to buy the Horse Head Squirrel Feeder.
Yesterday we introduced the Horse Head Squirrel Feeder and today, thanks to intrepid photographer Jim Zielinski, we've got our very first action shots of the feeder in use by a real live squirrel. The squirrel is enjoying a tasty snack while looking utterly ridiculous. It's perfect:
Don't let your neighborhood squirrels be left out.
Click here to buy the Horse Head Squirrel Feeder!