The Existential Coloring Book is packed to the gills with animal-people paired with dark quotes from philosophers and other people worried about the essential dark unknowability of the universe.
It’s also full of thoughtful yet melancholy activities! From an existential connect-the-dots to a page where you can draw what Kierkegaard is thinking about, you’ll being sighing with joy as you work on them.
This looks like a coloring book for kids, but it’s probably not a good idea to give it to one, unless they’re really smart and more than a little weird.
This twenty-four page, 8″ x 10-1/4″ book is a great gift for philosophy majors or anyone else overwhelmed with a feeling of hopelessness. It features quotes from existential thinkers, mysterious pictures to color and mildly depressing activities.
Sigmund Freud is the father of mental health, so why not use him for dental health as well? Sigmund Freud Toothpaste tastes like bananas. We’re not sure why we picked banana flavor, the other choices were daikon, carrots or cucumbers, but you’re welcome to analyze the decision. We do know for sure that it satisfies our oral fixation.
We’re going to blow your mind a bit, but if you think about it, Bigfoot walks around naked. Sure, his fur makes it look like he’s all covered up, but he’s a forest-living, hippy nudist. Our new Dress-Up Bigfoot comes with 28 reusable vinyl cling pieces of clothing and accessories that you can use to dress Bigfoot to suit all sorts of moods and occasions.
Standing 16” tall and made of laminated cardboard, Dress-Up Bigfoot makes a handsome desk accessory or holiday decoration. Dress and redress Bigfoot year-round, all the clings are reusable. Bigfoot comes with lederhosen, beer hat, boxers and so much more! You can dress Bigfoot to your whim, but we’re partial to him in his tighty-whities.
Here’s a video demonstration of how to dress up Bigfoot:
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.: