Stuck Up!: 100 Objects Inserted and Ingested in Places They Shouldn’t Be

We’ve all put something in our bodies that we probably shouldn’t have. I know I certainly regret shoving that churro into my ear as a youngster, but hey, when you’re 26, you do impulsive things. These days it’s much more fun to read about other people’s misfortunes, and even better, to see their X-rays! And that’s exactly what Stuck Up!: 100 Objects Inserted and Ingested in Places They Shouldn’t Be does. Each turn of the page reveals a laugh or cringe with this collection of 100 X-ray images showing foreign objects ingested or inserted into human bodies, accidentally or on purpose. You also get the stories that go along with the pictures, so you can at least begin to understand why a man would eat a chopstick. Plus at just $10.50, it’ll also make you feel a lot better about your current diet, tubby.

Stoner Coffee Table Book

Finally! The perfect gift for all the burners, chiba chiefs, potheads, and ganja lovers in my life….and there are many. From what I’ve heard and seen (winky, winky), being high brings on a state of contemplation, deep analysis and profound thoughts. This new Stoner Coffee Table Book is sure to invoke all of these things when the user is “under the influence”. This ingenious book was designed with mind-stimulating images to amaze and intrigue while creating endless hours of conversation and entertainment among your open-minded friends.  But be advised…if you don’t want a house full of the “puff, puff give” each and every weekend, then you may not want to share this coffee table wonder with your midnight tokin’ friends.

The Art of Pixar

Even if you don’t know a dang thing about animation, color scripts or anything creative for that matter (I have no idea what I just said) you have to appreciate this one-of-a-kind coffee table must-have, The Art of Pixar. For just $35, you get over 300 pages and an insider’s view of Pixar’s finest creations, color scripts, and visual development art. This is truly an amazing gift for anyone who can appreciate art and the creative process behind it.