This is the $25 USB Squirming Tentacle from ThinkGeek. You plug it in and it squirms. AND THAT'S ALL. It doesn't store any data or anything, it just squirms. It's the textbook definition of a novelty product. You want to see something squirm for cheaper? Here's what you do: kidnap me, tie me to a chair, and tickle my feet. I will squirm SO HARD. Also, pee. And if that pee smells like poop it means I shat too. That's why you shouldn't gag me so I can still yell the safe words before that happens. "And what are the safe words?" DON'T STOP.
Hit the jump for a video of four tentacles squirming in a USB hub because what else are you gonna do with $100?
Thanks to Pyrblaze, who has recently because a pretty reliably tipster UNLIKE SOMEONE I KNOW (I'm talking about you).
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The Robo Vacuum has apparently been out for a while (OLD! YOU SUCK GW!) but I've never seen it before and I try to keep abreast (also: abooty) of robotic products so I can assess their danger level and assign an appropriate color-code. These $15 suck-bots are a pink with littl... / Continue →