Admiral Ackbar the "It's a Trap!" Bass and other Think Geek products we wish were real

Each April first, Think Geek taunts us with their fake April Fool's Day products. While nothing will ever top the Tauntaun sleeping bag, this year's imaginary product list includes a big-mouthed Mon Calamari, an inflatable captain's chair, and the chance to smell like Daenerys Targaryen.

I'm convinced that the April Fool's Day products have been less a gag and more a market test to see which products the public will demand. So what will it be this year? I know more than a few people who would like Minecrat marshmallows in their Easter baskets, but that inflatable Enterprise chair would look great in my living room.

Edit: ThinkGeek emailed to let me know that the captain's chair is real. Excellent.

[Think Geek]

Star Wars Admiral Ackbar Singing Bass: Plays the cantina song and shouts "It's a Trap!" Sure to delight one person in the household and drive everyone else bonkers.


Admiral Ackbar the "It's a Trap!" Bass and other Think Geek products we wish were realSStar Trek Inflatable Captain's Chair: Maximum weight 120 lbs, so this one's only for the petite captains in your life.
Admiral Ackbar the "It's a Trap!" Bass and other Think Geek products we wish were realSFree Shrugs T-shirt: Because if you're giving it away, you might as well advertise it.
Admiral Ackbar the "It's a Trap!" Bass and other Think Geek products we wish were realSMinecraft Marshmallow Creeps: For people who prefer pixels to bunny ears.
Admiral Ackbar the "It's a Trap!" Bass and other Think Geek products we wish were realSSkyrim Electronic Dragon Shout Hoodie: Perfect for when you spot those pesky dragons overhead.
Admiral Ackbar the "It's a Trap!" Bass and other Think Geek products we wish were realSTechnomancer Digital Wizard Hoodie: Lights and sounds let you pretend you're casting 10 different spells.
Admiral Ackbar the "It's a Trap!" Bass and other Think Geek products we wish were realSGame of Thrones Fire and Blood Perfume: Smell like Daenerys Targaryen with this dragon egg-shaped atomizer. Alternatively, you could bottle horse sweat.