Whilst part of me hates providing free advertising another part of me simply couldn't resist sharing these products with you so without further ado I give you ...
A perfume made from the extracts of the deceased? Yes, for the princely sum of £387 ($600) you too could soon be smelling like your deceased relative after a French company have come up a way of extracting an odour and reconstructing it as a perfume in four days.
Retailing at just over £5 not only is this available in America (at around $8) but, wait for it, they actually deliver in the UK ...
For the man who has everything (for surely no women no matter how great her love of pizza would want this) I bring you news of The Pizza Pouch which according to its manufacturer, Stupidiotic, not only allows you to carry a slice of your favourite pizza (make mine a fungi with extra mushrooms) but has the bonus of 'instantly making you more popular and attractive'.
Hmm, £5.30? A mere snip when you compare it to the £451,372,815 (that's $682,450,750) which is what the good people at Gizmodo reckon it will cost you to become Batman with, amongst other things, his ...
- Graphite Cowl .. $1,000000
- Retinal Projection System .. $10,000
- Kelver Nomex Gloves .. cheap at $150
- Memory Cloth Polymer Cape .. $40,000.
Not a Batman fan?
How about these Star Wars gifts?
With prices ranging from £112 for a Jabba The Hutt inflatable to £7 for a Darth Vader porch light cover, it has to be said that at £16 the Han Solo shower curtain is my personal favourite.