Annoy-a-Tron

Well if you have $10 and the urge to annoy people or know someone annoying who would like to be more annoying the ThinkGeek Annoy-a-tron would be a good gift. How long before we see circuit bent Annoy-a-tron orchestras? Please no.

“The Original ThinkGeek Annoy-a-tron would be useless against an army of Snowbots, but it’s very effective at disturbing that guy in the sales department or your “friend” down the hall. With its thin design and embedded magnet for easy hiding, the Annoy-a-tron can be placed in a variety of locations. Select one of the three sound choices (2 kHz, 12 kHz, or alternating) and push the switch to the on position. Place it in a proper hiding spot and let the “fun” begin. The Annoy-a-tron generates a short (but very annoying, hence the name) beep every few minutes. Your unsuspecting target will have a hard time ‘timing’ the location of the sound because the beeps will vary in intervals ranging from 2 to 8 minutes. The 2kHz sound is generically annoying enough, but if you really really want to aggravate somebody, select the 12 kHz sound. Trust us. The higher frequency and slight ‘electronic noise’ built into that soundbyte will make a full-grown Admin wonder where his packets are.” – thinkgeek.com

For more info: thinkgeek.com/product/8c52/

Cassette Doormat

A $50 cassette doormat. If it were a Maxell XLII 90 I may have considered it.

“If you have fond memories of avoiding The Electric Slide or making mix tapes of your favorite songs from the radio, you’re probably grinning like a fool at this Cassette Doormat. Designed to look like a K7 tape, this rubber doormat is ready to receive your dirty feet. Unlike a cassette tape, it will never require winding with a pencil and it will never wear down to the point of not working anymore. You can even wash it off with the hose when you don’t like the stuff that’s on it. Can’t say that about a real cassette!” – thinkgeek

For more info: thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/gear/ecd4/

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ThinkGeek Synthesizer Shirt

Well here’s one way to travel light to a gig. The Synthesizer Shirt from ThinkGeek will cost you $29.99 – $32.98. It could be worth that amount just to annoy the hell out of your friends.

“Real playable music synthesizer on your shirt. Five different pro-quality sampled instruments. Up to eight keys can be played at once (polyphony FTW!)” – thinkgeek.com

For more info: thinkgeek.com