Ninja Attack

Ninja Attack

They will never know what hit 'em. Literally. The ultimate sneak attack. ThinkGeek also has the Pirate attack if you want to have total warfare across cubes.

  • The Phantom Keystroker may look like a harmless usb thumb drive, but it's actually a devious contraption of unlimited office-based torture. Simply discreetly attach the Phantom Keystroker to any extra USB port on your victim's com... The Phantom Keystroker may look like a harmless usb thumb drive, but it's actually a devious contraption of unlimited office-based torture. Simply discreetly attach the Phantom Keystroker to any extra USB port on your victim's computer, no drivers needed. The Keystroker emulates a keyboard and mouse and periodically makes random mouse movements, toggles caps-lock and types out odd garbage text and phrases. Switches on the side allow you to choose between keyboard garbage typing, caps lock-toggle, annoying mouse movements or all three. An adjustment dial sets the duration between "events". We recommend you don't set it too frequently so as to extend the agony. Your hapless co-worker pal will think his computer has been possessed or infected by a destructive virus. As he writhes in anger and furiously dials tech support you can rest easy with a job well done.

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  • I've always been a good girl- mostly because I'm too afraid I'll get caught- but this little gadget could enable me to realize my most evil vengeful impulses. With it's magnet for easy hiding I can now drive my nemesis crazy with ... I've always been a good girl- mostly because I'm too afraid I'll get caught- but this little gadget could enable me to realize my most evil vengeful impulses. With it's magnet for easy hiding I can now drive my nemesis crazy with horrible beeping noises that go off at random intervals- with little chance of getting caught. MWAHAHAHAHAHAAHAH.

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  • Sometimes watching other people do it for the lulz is a guilty pleasure of mine. Just like I read the Darwin awards for a bit of ego boosting schadenfreude, so too did I read the VictimLogs at fugly.com. This is a quote from one m... Sometimes watching other people do it for the lulz is a guilty pleasure of mine. Just like I read the Darwin awards for a bit of ego boosting schadenfreude, so too did I read the VictimLogs at fugly.com. This is a quote from one made famous when lifted by "bloodninja." Google it if you don't know- but not from work.

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  • $14.99 For those times when caffeine just isn't enough It's a pretty typical situation. You've been gaming for sixteen hours and downed plenty of Bawls and Foosh Energy Mints, but the inevitable has begun to happen - you're ... $14.99 For those times when caffeine just isn't enough It's a pretty typical situation. You've been gaming for sixteen hours and downed plenty of Bawls and Foosh Energy Mints, but the inevitable has begun to happen - you're starting to get the dreaded drowsy head tilt. Maybe this means it's time to quit your session and get some rest. We think not. The better answer is to put on the Anti Sleep Driving Alarm and keep on going. A device designed for long distance truck drivers or professional drivers who run the risk of falling asleep behind the wheel, the Anti Sleep Driving Alarm rests comfortably behind your ear. If your head tilts forward more than 30 degrees a high-pitched alarm will sound and bring you back to reality. Great for gamers, students, security guards, late-night coders, secret underground bunker employees, convenience store nightshift, pilots, etc. * Lightweight * Ergonomic design * Dimensions: 67 x 23 x 18mm * Battery included

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