TREKKIE TIKI

We think the crew of the original Star Trek might have been able to pick these up on Gamma Trianguli VI. Remember the paradise planet in the TOS episode “The Apple”? Well, neither drinking nor decorative pottery sculpting were on the list of permitted activities when the crew landed, but after they got rid of Vaal, that’s when the party started.

Be the hit of the landing party with these Star Trek: The Original Series Geeki Tikis. A set of 6, they include Captain Kirk, Dr. McCoy, a Gorn, a Klingon, Mr. Spock, and a Mugato. The crossover between old-school Trek and Tiki may mainly be alphabetical, but they’re both kitschy, they’re about exploring exotic ports of call, and they involve lots of drinking strange concoctions (well, at least for certain crew members), which seems legit. Your own tiki mugs can hold whatever you want, from Saurian brandy to Altair water. We don’t judge, but please remember to always fly responsibly.

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Fantastic Beasts Niffler Heat Change Mug – Exclusive

Even Newt Scamander has trouble keeping track of his niffler sometimes, and Newt’s an expert on magical creatures. After all, he wrote the book. We don’t blame him – nifflers are pretty hard to keep under control, especially when they spot something shiny. Hopefully one doesn’t try and take this mug when you aren’t looking.

Mario 8-bit Lounge Pants with Collectors’ Tin

Bowser is always so occupied with kidnapping Princess Peach, we think he probably never has time to sit down and enjoy the little things. Sure, he takes time out for go-karts and even some party games, but King Koopa needs to relax. With the right lounge pants and proper show to binge watch, we bet he’d chill out really quick.

Mega Man Cookie Jar

While we may occasionally find ourselves jumping over spiky obstacles, dodging hammers, climbing ladders, and performing various other feats to bring about everlasting peace, we lack one significant advantage Mega Man had. Mega Man was a robot. He didn’t have to eat. WE DO!!