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Bailey and Bailee look fantastic in our Googly Eyes Glasses:
Moose is enchanting in Hypno Glasses:
Tank looks Marxian in our Disguise Glasses:
Doris is fantastically feline in our Cat Eye Glasses:
And Milo is animated in our Anime Glasses.
We sure hope we get invited to the party next time! We'll bring the kibble.
As the winter holidays draw near, so does holiday travel season. Traveling is already stressful, holiday traveling even more so. But nothing puts a kink in your travel plans like losing your luggage, so let us help you keep track of your bags with our entertaining range of luggage tags:
The Googly Eyes Luggage Tag makes sure that when you're at the baggage carousel you're not just looking for your luggage, your luggage will be looking for you:
Devil Duckie Luggage Tags are perfect those times when you want your luggage to be noticeable and just a little bit naughty:
Everyone is looking for Bigfoot, so why not use Bigfoot Luggage Tag to help you spot your luggage?
Your luggage will never be unattended with Bigfoot watching it:
The Anime Eyes Luggage Tag is cosplay for your suitcase!
Plus, those eyes are googly, which means the pupils move:
With luggage tags like these, not only will you be able to spot your own bag from across a crowded terminal, you'll be putting smiles on the faces of fellow travelers and countless baggage handlers across the land.
Redditor mrpauloldham posted this picture of an unnamed and awesome friend of his exercising with Richard Simmons while he eats her ponytail. Of course, we couldn't believe our eyes when we saw Richard's outfit was made of Emergency Googly Eyes.
We know beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but we're sure you'll see eye to eye with us on this one. That's no eyesore, it's one eye-catchingly awesome outfit. Richard Simmons is truly the king of exerceyes. (We apologize for this paragraph. We couldn't resist.)[via imgur and Rusty Blazenhoff]
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.
Our new Googly Eyes Glasses make it look like you have big ol’ googly eyes. The pupils move when you shake your head. The best part? You can see through them!
Don't drive, juggle chainsaws or try to catch a fastball while wearing these, but you can walk across a room and see other people's expressions as you pass, looking like a real life cartoon character.
Perfect for wearing during meetings, in class, video chats and in Facebook pictures. Make an unforgettable impression the next time you go to the DMV for a new ID or license.
We had a problem around the office. Now that we have three sizes of Googly Eyes for sale, how do we display them in a way that people will understand which googly is which?
The picture above is the first thing that popped into our heads. On the tree you see Giant Googly Eyes (7" diameter). The pig is wearing our Big Googly Eyes (3" diameter). The toast has been personified using Emergency Googly Eyes (1/2" to 1-3/16" diameter).
As soon as we come up with something better, we’ll post it.
Giant Googly Eyes are all sorts of fun in the light of day, but what happens when the sun goes down? Just because it's dark outside doesn't mean the googly-eyed fun has to end. Thanks to these new giant, glow-in-the-dark googly eyes you can avoid such a trag-eye-dy!
These eyes look amazing during the day and in the dark of night. Just peel off the adhesive back and start sticking them to things. Exposure to light charges up their glowing action. They're perfect for decorating tombstones, your garage, a haunted house or just hanging above your child’s bed and telling him that a monster is watching him sleep. A million laughs!