New on Dino Drac: My special tribute to Jurassic Park Fruit Roll-Ups, from 1997!
Many people remember the Hostess Pies and Crunchabungas, but here are a few other ways the Ninja Turtles used to fill us with fat and sugar. (FYI, the pizza-flavored “Turtle Crackers” were ACES.)

Many people remember the Hostess Pies and Crunchabungas, but here are a few other ways the Ninja Turtles used to fill us with fat and sugar. (FYI, the pizza-flavored “Turtle Crackers” were ACES.)

what is it about ghost crab eyes?

I know! They’re so attentive!

oh tumblr

the one social network where i can reveal that i’m mindlessly fucking around at 1:15 AM without shame

here, enjoy the google image search results for “ghost crab,” as i have for the past half hour

A haiku:
Novelty napkinsI don’t know why I bought themFrom that dollar store

A haiku:

Novelty napkins
I don’t know why I bought them
From that dollar store

The Dino Drac Funpacks are almost ready for shipping! Gonna start sending these out late this week and wrap up next week. Have you ordered yours?

The Dino Drac Funpacks are almost ready for shipping! Gonna start sending these out late this week and wrap up next week. Have you ordered yours?

New on Dino Drac: A look at the five best and weirdest CHUCKY items currently on eBay!
I worked at a KB from 1998–2001, and was amazed to find sealed Star Tropics NES games (1 and 2!) and Seaquest DSV models still on the shelves. You once mentioned the BEST cheap thing you bought at KB (4-for-$1 Star Wars: Power of the Force figures), but do you remember the LAST great thing you bought at one?

Funny you should mention that — Caitlin just mentioned that her sealed copy of the NES Golf game came from KB… long after it should’ve been available for sale there.

Nothing’s gonna top the 4-for-$1 Star Wars story. Unfortunately, I can’t remember the last great thing I bought there — it’s all just a blur of “3 for $10” carded figures of the ten-year-old variety.

Oh wait, maybe it was the Primal Rage figures? I bought a bunch of them for two bucks each. Apparently they fetch high prices nowadays, but I’m more happy about those purchases because HOLY SHIT WAS THAT A GREAT LINE OF TOYS.

Do you ever get really bummed out that Kay Bee Toys is dead? It may not have had as huge of a selection as Toys R Us, but it did have a certain charm which, to me, more than made up for it.

Totally. If KB was still around today, I imagine I’d be doing a weekly series on all of the old, great shit you could find there. That store was notorious for keeping super old stuff on the shelves, no matter how slow it moved. I lived for their clearance sections… which in many cases grew so large that half of the stores seemed to be clearance sections.

In the earlier X-E years KB was a frequent stop; I wish I’d snapped a bunch of photos at least one of those times.

Goodnight. Thank you.

A stick figure lady holding a tiki mug on top of a giant flamingo

Draw a stick figure playing an NES (he's playing Super Mario Bros 2 and he's playing as Toad)

Space Jam

stick figure Dracula eating a blood filled krimpet

A cool 90's dude in a Hawaiian shirt doing a kick-flip over a pool full of alligators wearing sunglasses.