funny products: June 2012 Archives


Are you prepared for the Zombie Apocalypse? Well if not you could do worse than visit Moss Jewellery and Guns in South Atlanta -- because they have created what is being described as the ultimate zombie destroyer.

The AR-15 Mall Ninja Tactical Zombie Destroyer features four flashlights, three lasers and three red dot sights to ensure the undead are in your targets. There's also the little matter that it's mounted with nine 30-round magazines.

Bosses at the store, who introduced the gun by saying, "We got some zombies that need killing" are now offering people who are fearing an undead uprising the chance to try the gun on a shooting range.

Are we sure they are the best people to be waving around a firearm like this?

275x250.jpg What better than sitting out in the garden with a BBQ? Sitting in the middle of a lake with a BBQ, that's what. Meet the Barbecue Dining Boat … yes you read that correctly.

The £30,000 boat - which can provide waterborne cookouts for up to 10 adults - even feature an umbrella should the weather take a turn for the worse.

Made from ABS and featuring a 30-watt electric trolling motor, the BBQ dining boat can maneuver at up to 2.5 mph through calm water for up to eight hours of continuous use.

10 seats are positioned around the boat's 24"-diam. steel charcoal grill each have a recessed plate holder, three beverage holders, and silverware tray.

275x250.jpg A range of designer sunglasses for babies has become a hit after being picked up by celebrity parents including Sarah Jessica Parker and Mariah Carey.

Babiators - created by fighter pilot Ted Fienning and his wife Molly - were launched last year to protect kids’ eyes from UVA and UVB rays in a stylish manner.

Fienning says the £19.50 glasses are inspired by the Marine Corps standard-issue aviator sunglasses worn by pilots and many of their partners.

However, knowing that anything for children has to be able to take a knock, Babiators are also said to be durable and have flexible rubber frames which are BPA-free and safe to be chewed.




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