I brought the catalogue to school about a month before christmas last year. Had one friend inform me later she got most of her presents from there, as she had requested things from her parents. She’s proud of her lightsaber chopsticks especially.
My jealousy knows no bounds. I would never use forks again. If only everyone I knew wasn’t so completely helpless when it came to the internet. I would force them to only shop there for my things. And Mandarake—but I’d probably just do that myself. >_>;
I love browsing it, it has so many random wonderful things. Some things you can only buy there, too. They also take recommendations, you can email them about other products and they can try to stock them.
They’re wonderful already asdhbjaksnld; Ahhhh, why didn’t I take advantage of this site sooner. My suggestions would most likely include a large amount of gay porn. Hmmm, I wonder if they’d mind.
Dude, click on the related product called the Canned Unicorn Meat. It’s actually a dismembered unicorn plushie that’s packaged in a can. :D /thinkgeek will sap away your life /no regrets none whatsoever
XDDD I feel so horrible for laughing. No regrets for wanting to buy it, though. I need that dismembered unicorn. Clearly, I need to browse this site more often.
I don’t find words themselves offensive, I find the context they are used in offensive.
“Oh, man, you a crazy ass nigga”
When used in a jokey, affectionate manner, I do not find it offensive.
However, if used in this context:
“You fucking niggers shouldn’t be allowed to live”
Well, that’s pretty damn offensive, and would result in me punching the person saying such things in the trachea. Which would probably reinforce negative stereotypes associated with people of black descent such as myself.
So remember kids, words aren’t offensive, the context they are used in is.