“It’s not a LEGO MAN, it’s a minifig,” Lego collectors whine in unison, and they’re technically right. It’s a $900 Lego minifig, which, despite the name, is not made out of gold. It’s made of plastic, like almost every other Lego piece. These were randomly distributed in packages of normal pieces, and resellers are scalping them for high prices.
The $2,000+ “Zero Gravity Chair” is made of springy wood and tilts into different positions, referring to the furthest-back as “zero gravity.” It’s a shame that sitting in a recliner doesn’t actually nullify gravity, because if it did I’d be a fucking astronaut for like 5 hours every day.
This $995 eyepatch is the one worn by a guy in Austin Powers, the movie from 1997. It’s no replica, buddy. It’s the actual eye patch the guy had on when he was acting.
If that doesn’t make you excited, how about a $795 gremlin puppet face from Gremlins 2: The New Batch? You remember that movie! It was the 1990 sequel to 1984′s Gremlins, which was the first movie about gremlins, in this series.
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