If the weirdest person you know needs a bit of a break from being, well, weird, cryotherapy is the newest innovation in spa treatments. Give them the chance to cool off and blow away the cobwebs with this rejuvenating experience which will leave them refreshed and relaxed, ready to get back to an optimum level of weird.
High tech nervous system and brainwave manipulation finally meets the world of fashion with this cutting edge hoodie that makes the wearer look like a very relaxed psychopath. Whoever wears this will have to move every once in a while to prove they’re not dead, and they should consider speaking in a personable voice so as not to scare anyone. But it does look relaxing as hell. For a crazy person.
Fill out that cabinet of biological curiosities with this chthonic monstrosity. Lovecraftian horror combines with polymer clay artistry to create a gift only the oddest of your friends could love. But beware: a preserved nightmare of this sort has a way of making its presence known in unsettling ways.
Show your weird friend that they are the weirdest kind of weird by giving them the tools to train a goldfish to play basketball and soccer. Yes, you read that right. With a little diligence it is possible to teach a fish some tricks. If you immediately know who you would give this to, you owe it to yourself to make this happen.
For your punk-rock friend with a not-so-punk pet, spray-on PetPaint can make any fur-covered beast look like a total badass. Color the cat and dye the dog in nearly every color you can imagine. It even comes in brown for some reason!
Ah, Japan, land of weirdness, land of robotics, land of cute cat stuff. It all comes together in these crazy wearable cat ears that can read brain waves and move accordingly. After a few minutes calibration, these cybernetic(ish) prosthetics can be controlled by nothing more than your weirdo thoughts.
Give them the gift of their own personal Finland with this hot and steamy portable sauna. There’s nothing weird about rejuvenating mind and body in the comfort of home, while head and hands are free to hold a book and read outside the heat - it just looks a little weird. Okay, maybe more than a little.
Yes, we are talking about actual, for real radioactive, uranium ore. It’s nothing you could make a bomb from, we’re pretty sure, but point a Geiger counter at it and your friend is sure to get that uncomfortable “is this thing going to give me cancer?” feeling we all love to hate. Probably don’t give this one to your roommate.
They say that just because you can do a thing, it doesn’t necessarily follow that you should do that thing. But did they ever consider how completely awesome it would be to ride around on a 49cc motorized cooler full of cold beverages? Yeah, we don’t think so either.