Marshmallow Blaster Launches Marshmallows 40 Feet

Marshmallow Blaster Launches Marshmallows 40 Feet
This Marshmallow Blaster launches marshmallows up to 40 feet! [Image shared by Marshmallow Fun via Instagram]
Gun safety is an important topic of conversation these days. So what gun could be more safe than one that launches soft, delicious marshmallows as ammunition?

The Marshmallow Blaster can launch a marshmallow up to 40 feet away — right into your cup of hot chocolate or someone else’s from across the room!

The Marshmallow Blaster is Perfect for Your Office Arsenal

The Marshmallow Blaster makes the perfect assault or defense weapon when pitted against fellow employees in a playful office environment (though the prudent may not want to actually eat the marshmallows after they’ve been utilized as weaponry).

The Marshmallow Blaster doesn’t fire those wimpy mini-marshmallows, either. We’re talking about the big, durable ones that get dangled over campfires. After all, why should you settle for a pea shooter when you can have a cannon?

Here are some of the Marshmallow Blaster’s specifications:

  • It’s fun for all ages.
  • It shoots large marshmallows.
  • It’s dishwasher safe, so when Johnny leaves his Marshmallow Blaster loaded in the direct sunlight, it can be easily cleaned.
  • It can be used outdoors or indoors with equal fun.
  • It can be used during any season.

Marshmallow Blaster Better Than Marshmallow Blowgun

About five years ago, my wife and I were strolling through a marketplace located in Hilo, HI, when I spotted a vendor selling a marshmallow blowgun. I thought the homemade device was cool and bought one for our eight-year-old grandson, who loved the device. But it didn’t shoot very far, and it only shot mini-marshmallows.

After picking up the Marshmallow Blaster, distance is no longer an issue, and blasting soft balls of fluff some 40 feet means practice is fun enough to make perfect. With such mallowpower, you, too, can strike your foe from any safe distance with impunity — just beware of those who are savvy enough to stockpile their own weapons of marshmallow destruction to use against you.

Strike first and get your own Marshmallow Blaster today!

Prank Pack Fake Gift Boxes Preserve Surprises

Prank Pack Fake Gift Boxes Preserve Surprises
Prank Pack fake gift boxes conceal your real presents inside and help keep snoopers at bay. [Image shared by Amazon]
What’s a Prank Pack and why would I want to use it against someone I like? Especially someone to whom I’m giving a gift? That’s a very good question, and I’m glad you asked.

The act of gift giving, if done properly, has always involved an element of subterfuge. Even people who are otherwise honest are given a free pass to be a little duplicitous around birthdays and holidays when gifts are exchanged. Think about it. We go out of our way to find out what our loved ones might want in secret so as not to tip them off that good things will be coming to them soon.

We may even go as far as to tell little white lies to press our targets for information without letting them know why we’re gathering such information. Then we sneak around to find, secure, and hide these appropriate gifts away from prying eyes so that we can wrap them up in pretty paper and present them when the time is right; ideally, the person opening the gifts will be pleasantly surprised and completely blown away by our mind-reading prowess.

The idea behind fake gift boxes is to add another layer to this gift giving subterfuge. The Prank Pack makes it look like your gift recipient is getting some kind of ridiculous product when their real gift is hiding safely inside. Observe:

Prank Pack Fake Gift Boxes Preserve Surprises

The Prank Pack Itself Makes a Perfect Gift

The beauty of the Prank Pack is that the outside of the box will absolutely baffle the gift recipient and keep them laughing once they discover that a real gift is inside. There are many varieties of fake gift boxes, but let’s take a closer look at the one allegedly containing something called the Family Blankeez — the blanket that covers up to eight people!

A completely realistic product description (accompanied by photos of the fully faux Family Blankeez in action) graces the back of the box and tells us:

Blankeez is the enormous, ultra-soft blanket that covers up to eight adults or 16 children! With one sleeve at each end, two users can run a remote, feed snacks to others, or hold a leash while walking the dog on the boardwalk! Best of all, the Blankeez promotes teamwork and a sense of togetherness! Get together with a Blankeez!

  • 216″ x 72″
  • Ultra-Soft Fleece
  • One Size Fits Eight Adults
  • Dishwasher Safe
  • One Armhole on Each End

While the recipient may be initially relieved that they’re not, in fact, getting the Family Blankeez, they’ll probably hold on to the fake gift box as a memento of this humorous occasion… at least until they can pass it along to the next sucker!

This is either a great way to decoy real gifts from snoops or turn the tables on the prankster who always seems to be pulling gags on other unsuspecting victims. In other words, this is your chance to get even!

Buy your Prank Pack Family Blankeez today and let the pranks begin!

Prank Pack Fake Gift Boxes Preserve Surprises

Don’t think the Prank Pack Family Blankeez are right for throwing off your mark? You’ve got plenty of alternative — and perhaps even more hilarious — Prank Pack options here:

Prank Pack Fake Gift Boxes Preserve Surprises

When Twitter Biebers Fight, It’s Called A Twitter Bieber Battle

This week, Lamarr is all worked up over Justin Bieber and his apparent misuse of Twitter. It seems as though JB was upset after a fan hacked the computer of a friend of the Bieb to obtain Justin’s cell phone number. This “hacker” then called and texted JB a few times. In order to get back at the poor kid, Justin tweeted HIS phone number out, claiming it was his own. The kid received thousands upon thousands of text messages and telephone calls.

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Apparently, the victim was Detroit teen Kevin Kristopik, who deleted his Twitter account shortly after tweeting, “Thanks for giving out my # @justinbieber.” Kristopik hacked Bieber’s friend Ryan Butler to uncover Bieber’s phone number, then did the crazed fan thing and texted him. Yes, that was wrong. No, Kristopik shouldn’t have done it. But does that give Justin Bieber the right to tweet Kevin’s number out to over four million followers?

According to a video Kevin posted on YouTube, he received more than 26,000 text messages in just a few hours. If the kid doesn’t have an unlimited texting plan (or International calling!), then his parents will likely have heart failure when the next phone bill shows up.

To me, this is a blatant case of abusing one’s power, and JB owes this kid a public apology — and then some. Lamarr doesn’t necessarily agree, though. What do YOU think?

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Annoy-A-Tron 2.0

There should be an image here!The Annoy-A-Tron 2.0 features six sound choices plus volume control. For effective deployment, we humbly suggest the following sound and volume combinations, but you can conduct your own field research for more insight.

  • 15kHz (Teen Buzz tone — young folks can hear it, older folks cannot!) (full volume)
  • Cricket chirping (medium/low volume) IM Doorbell (low volume)
  • Grating Electronic noise (full volume)
  • Typical Electronic Beep (medium volume)

The cricket chirping sound is interesting because someone will instinctively look near the ground when trying to locate a cricket. So, placing the Annoy-a-tron several feet or more above the ground will help to obscure its location. The 15kHz sound is also interesting because this frequency range of sound cannot be heard by everyone. In older adults or those with deteriorated hearing (a condition known as presbycusis), this high frequency sound will not be audible, while others will clearly hear the sound and find it quite annoying. They also might think they are going crazy because people nearby will report that they don’t hear anything.

Assuming you have done your part in selecting a suitable hiding location for the Annoy-a-tron, it will do its part to drive your co-workers slowly mad with its short and seemingly random beeps. And when someone does locate the Annoy-a-tron, they’re not going to know what it is — which is almost as much fun as watching them search for it. The Annoy-a-tron 2.0 takes one CR2450 battery (included) and measures approximately 2.5″ x 1.5″ x .35″. It will run for over four weeks on a single battery. Comes with two magnets for great hiding ability.

Domino’s YouTube Prank Gets Employees Arrested

Two Domino’s employees who filmed themselves blowing boogers onto sandwiches, and placing food items up their nose were arrested for violation of sanitation and health food codes and safety. These two idiots, yes idiots, actually placed their exploits onto YouTube. They were tracked down by several readers of the Consumerist blog after the location was recognized as being a Domino’s franchise in Conover, NC. It gets better. Domino’s is also going to sue these people as well. 

According to an article over at the charoleteobserver it also states that:

The Domino’s restaurant that was the subject of the video is in Conover, and it is open for business, after being closed Tuesday while company and Catawba County authorities sanitized all the cooking equipment and threw away all food items that had been opened.

Thompson and Setzer each have been charged with contaminating food distributed to the public. They were freed on $7,500 bond after turning themselves in to authorities late Wednesday afternoon in Newton.

The video, which is getting heavy attention by YouTube regulars, is designed as a description of how Domino’s pizzas are made. Of course, there’s a twist. The video shows the workers picking their noses and sneezing on the food.

At one point in the video, a character who is identified in the video as Kristy says, “Did you all see that? He just blew a booger on those sandwiches.”

The Consumerist has the video. You can see it here.

What is unfortunate about this prank is that the franchise owners for Domino’s Pizza will suffer financially.

Comments welcome.