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Adventure Time Syrup, Independent Thought Alarm Button

Simpsons and Adventure Time by Dave's Geeky Ideas

A few weeks ago Adventure Time featured some “Canadian Maple Syrup” guards (they hail from the Breakfast Kingdom), and as a Canadian I thought they were hilarious. I mean, they were standing on guard fer crêpes sake.

Anyways I think it would be awesome if a maple syrup company produced a collectors bottle to look like this character. Granted, the dude is a throwaway gag, but I still want one.

 

I was in my neighborhood Staples recently (What? Even us lowly bloggers need practical office solutions), when I saw their famous Easy Button gag gift, which is a button that serves no function. So I thought if I wanted a geeky non-functioning button on my desk, it would be the Independent Thought Alarm from The Simpsons.

Sure it could be wired up to something or make a buzz sound when pressed, but I’d be happy with a plain trinket that I’d park on my desk. I feel it would be a hit with teachers and other people in positions of authority (bosses or supervisors).

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Posted on September 7, 2014, in Food, Gadgets, Toys, TV and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Wouldn’t it make sense to have a caged red light on top to simulate the “Skinner” side of the alarm function?

    Also, I’ve been toying with the idea of turning one of those ‘easy’ buttons into a ‘hard’ button by re-lettering it, swapping out the sound module, and covering it in spikes, nails, upturned screws, etc.

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