Introducing Fisher-Price’s latest creation that’s bound to send Stranger Things fans into a nostalgic frenzy: the Little People Collector Stranger Things Castle Byers Special Edition Set!
Inspired by the world of the Netflix series Stranger Things, this special edition Little People Collector set brings the show’s characters to life in a tiny format. Six beloved characters, Eleven, Mike Wheeler, Dustin Henderson, Lucas Sinclair, Will Byers, and the ominous Demogorgon, have all been styled down to the charming size of Little People figurines.
What makes this set even more special is its packaging. The figures arrive in a specially crafted display box representing “Castle Byers,” making it the perfect addition to any fan or collector’s collection. Not only can you enjoy the incredible detail that has gone into recreating these characters in miniature form, but you can also proudly display them for all to see.
[Little People Collector Stranger Things Castle Byers Special Edition Set, 6 Figures in a Gift Display Box for Adults & Fans]
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Earlier today, a friend sent me a TikTok video featuring James Blunt talking about his friendship with Carrie Fisher and how he lived with her on and off while he was in Los Angeles recording music from 2002 until she passed away in 2016. Not only was Carrie Fisher his “American mother,” but she was also his best friend in many ways. It was extremely difficult for him to write a song about her, and it took him many, many years to complete it, but here it is. “Dark Thought” describes the moment when he first went back to her house after she died. I’ll include the song below, as well as the short clip featuring James Blunt at the bottom of the post. Enjoy, and keep a box of tissues handy. You might need them.
For those interested in listening the the whole album, hit this link.
Ryan Reynolds hired Grant Gustin, who played the role of Seymour Roas in the ad, to promote his “performance agency” MNTN. As you’ll see, the whole thing is just a big excuse to pull a few superhero puns, and it totally works! I especially like the last joke, with Reynolds telling Gustin, ‘You’ll always be my Barry,’ and the actor replying, ‘You’ll always be my Hal,’ in reference to the infamous Green Lantern movie.
Here are 100 dances performed by Smac McCreanor inspired by a Hydraulic press crushing random object. Suggestion: Use the gear icon on the media player to put the video in 2X speed.
For today’s edition of “Deal of the Day,” here are some of the best deals we stumbled on while browsing the web this morning! Please note that Geeks are Sexy might get a small commission from qualifying purchases done through our posts (As an Amazon associate or a member of other affiliate programs. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.)
–Save BIG on Anker portable power stations (From 86Wh to 4096Wh)
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Check out this restored footage of The Libaration of Paris in color, restored in 4K and 60 frames per second by Youtuber “Nineteenth century videos. Back to life.”
[Nineteenth century videos. Back to life.]
What if the job market was honest about the job search process? A video by Honest Ads.