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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.
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.
Tired of your boring old hand? Unlock its secret and transform it into a unicorn with Handicorn!
It's a set of five finger puppets that take your hand from meh to magical!
After we put them on, we learned that unicorns love Skittles.:
Handicorn will transform your former fist into the ultimate unicorn.
Introducing the Screaming Pickle! You love the Yodelling Pickle when you're happy, but now there's the Screaming Pickle for more stressful days. Why would a pickle scream? We have no idea, but we’ve found it to be a great stress reliever around the office.
It's the perfect thing to keep on your desk at work or in your car to express your frustration for you. Having a bad day? Just press the button and this pickle sounds off with a dilly of a scream so loud it can be heard in the next barrel. Lets everyone around you know to stay out of your way. Click here to listen to the pickle scream.
It's the perfect thing to make your car just the right amount of creepy. Whatever you do, don't try to beat the Creepy Horseman in a staring contest. We've tried and he never, ever blinks.
“If you have to ask why you need this, don’t ask us, we can’t explain.”