Fun & Games posted by

USB Squirming Tentacle – channel your love of creepiness

usb_squirming_tentacle2

Are you convinced that your computer is out to get you? Driven perhaps by some terrible malevolence that cannot be named? Maybe it was fine until your friend insalled that new anti virus protection? To help you. Now nothing opens and a pop up keeps asking for your credit card. Or maybe your machine is just a fickle beast. With the USB Squirming Tentacle you can let everyone know that your computer belongs to a force beyond your understanding.

The Tentacle isn’t a thumb drive, it is exactly what it says. A green tentacle that plugs into your USB port … and then it squirms. Of course, I can’t for certain say that its random patterns of movements aren’t summoning strange forces. I mean, there’s really no way for me to know, it probably isn’t but you never can tell, can you?

usbtentacle

This is a great decoration for the upcoming holiday or if you just want to express your love of life lived on the edge of madness. For the ultimate in creepiness, stick a bunch of them into a USB hub and watch your coworkers squeek out. Fun. The USB Squirming Tentacle is $14.99.

Donyae’s love for technology is based on a need to survive our future robotic overlords. Know thy enemy as you know yourself. But since even odds are on the zombie future, she has also learned how to prepare squirrel. You can find her on Facebook until the robots – or zombies – rise up.

Donyae Coles – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


2 Comments

  • Now I know what all my spare USB ports are for! I hope they come up with one for mobiles that will gently stroke your ear as you make a call ;-)

    • Now that is one *creepy* idea Steve. :)

comments powered by Disqus

Side Advert

Chinavasion
DHgate Cheap electronics gadgets
BRANDO
Firebox

FB Like Box

Personnel

Managing Editor:
Nigel Powell

Deputy Editor:
Donyae Coles
Editor at Large:
Dan Ferris
Senior Ecological Editor:
Debra Atlas
Senior Motoring Editor:
Nick Johnson
Reviews Editor:
Simon Bossuyt

Write For Us

Red Ferret Video Reviews