Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy

The very first of its kind, this miniature Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy is the perfect desktop companion, tiny marketing tool, or hilarious gift!

Author: Running Press

Publisher: Running Press Miniature Editions

ISBN: 9780762462872

Category: Humor

Page: 32

View: 344

The very first of its kind, this miniature Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy is the perfect desktop companion, tiny marketing tool, or hilarious gift! Finally, the joyous dancing tube man -- who's been featured everywhere from Ricky Martin's stage to Broad City -- is available in a tiny, desk-friendly size. This box includes: An 18-inch waving tube man with fan in base to make him dance, wiggle, and shake just like the real thing (batteries not included) A 32-page mini book exploring the larger than life (and utterly surprising!) origins of everyone's favorite flailing arm man Note: This product can be powered by a 9-volt battery or by a specific AC adapter. (Battery nor AC adapter included with purchase.) Please read and follow specifications on the Power Supply sheet included in the box to ensure optimal performance. Battery must be new, or, if using rechargeable, must be fully charged.

Flailing at Life

Tired of flailing at life?

Author: Sam Stall

Publisher: Running Press Adult

ISBN: 9780762495528

Category: Humor

Page: 30

View: 857

Tired of flailing at life? Let Toby the Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy guide you on your path to happiness and success. You've seen him everywhere: Toby the Tube Guy is the ubiquitous, happily flapping denizen of car dealerships and strip malls -- but it wasn't always that way. Before he was a household name, Toby struggled with the same personal and professional problems that so often vex his human friends. After a great deal of flailing around -- literally and figuratively -- he found the motivation to live life to the fullest (and wackiest). Over the course of his rise to fame, Toby has learned a lot about life, happiness, and what it takes to succeed. In Flailing at Life, he shares this knowledge for the first time, teaching you how to be your own biggest fan, how to avoid letting problems deflate you, and how to know when you're stretched too thin. As an added bonus, Toby's iconic wave is animated for full effect with a lenticular cover!

The Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy Saves Christmas

Toby knows how to stand out, but can he save the day -- and give the townspeople the Christmas they deserve? Flip open this book's fun lenticular cover to find out.

Author: Sam Stall

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780762470372

Category: Humor

Page: 30

View: 426

In Flailing at Life, Toby the Tube Guy divulged his surprisingly poignant life advice. Now, fans can read along as Toby returns in his first narrative feature: The Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy Saves Christmas! When Toby stumbles upon a sleepy Midwestern town on Christmas Eve, he's shocked at the state of things: no cheer, no dancing, no joy. The town, he finds out, hasn't been able to get Santa's attention for decades. Toby knows how to stand out, but can he save the day -- and give the townspeople the Christmas they deserve? Flip open this book's fun lenticular cover to find out.

Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy Sticky Notes

Your to-do list just got a whole lot wackier! Liven up your notes at home or in the office with this fun set of sticky notes featuring the Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy.

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780762471362

Category:

Page: 488

View: 523

Your to-do list just got a whole lot wackier! Liven up your notes at home or in the office with this fun set of sticky notes featuring the Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy. You've seen the tube guy happily flailing in strip mall parking lots and outside mattress superstores. Now, let the cheery guy inspire big thoughts and brighten up your everyday tasks with these eight colorful, practical sticky note pads, including: One rectangular pad perfect for list-making Three smaller pads for reminders, notes, and doodles Four flag pads shaped like tube guy that'll make bookmarking more fun than ever With 488 notes in all, the possibilities for wacky fun are nearly endless!

Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Gal

You know the Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy.

Author: Conor Riordan

Publisher: Rp Minis

ISBN: 9780762473465

Category:

Page: 32

View: 614

You know the Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy. Now, meet his cheerful, dancing friend: Tube GAL! Box includes: A 17-inch waving tube girl with fan in base to let her wave, dance, flail, and shake (batteries not included) An illustrated mini book exploring her fascinating origins

Feeling Wacky

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780762471379

Category:

Page: 128

View: 595

Whether you're feeling motivated, happy, bent out of shape, or deflated like tube guy, let this journal inspire creativity and contemplation. With quirky quips and facts from Toby the Tube Guy, full-color illustrations by Gemma Correll throughout, and lined, blank, and grid-style pages, it's as fun as it is practical. Don't feel like journaling? You can still enjoy the bonus flipbook-style illustrations in the bottom right corner of the journal -- when the pages are turned rapidly, Toby appears to dance, wave, and flail just like the tube guys you know and love from the used car lot.


Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Elf

Author: Sam Stall

Publisher: Rp Minis

ISBN: 9780762497874

Category: Humor

Page: 32

View: 852

Meet the Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy's festive cousin: Tube Elf! He's holly. He's jolly. He's perfect for gifting or for adorning your mantle this Christmas. He's the Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Elf! Box includes: A 17-inch waving tube elf with fan in base to let him wave, dance, flail, and spread cheer with you all holiday season An illustrated mini book exploring the fascinating (imagined) origins of the mini tube elf Never has so much joy come in such a small package. PLEASE NOTE: This product can be powered by a 9-volt battery or by a specific AC adapter. (Battery nor AC adapter included with purchase.) Please read and follow the instructions included in the box to ensure optimal performance. If using a battery: A rechargable Ni-MH battery is recommended for best performance and is a more cost-effective alternative to a common Alkaline (single-use) battery. If using an Alkaline battery, it must be NEW and preferably a PREMIUM brand. DO NOT use a Carbon-Zinc battery (often labeled "Heavy-Duty"). This type of battery cannot produce enough power to operate the motor. To get the most life out of the battery, use in intervals no greater than 5 to 10 minutes. Operating in this manner will yield approximately 45 minutes of use. If your tube guy begins to get stuck in a downward position, it is time to replace the battery or recharge if using a rechargeable battery. If using an AC adapter, it must follow the below specifications: Input: AC 100-240V (50-60 Hz) Output: DC 9V (1A or 2A)






I Was a Tree Once

Wacky Waving Inflatable Arm Flailing Friendship By Mike Dick It had been a slow month at Bob's Wacky Waving Inflatable Arm Flailing Tube Man Emporium.

Author: Honors English III

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595521975

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 272

View: 252

Why are we capable of such dignified ascension of the average and expected? It's probably because we have never been either. Our English class has a unique chemistry that rivals that of the Curies. Settling disputes through Jenga wars and daring to decry influential literature, we demand nothing less than passion. Emotions run high when Jenga blocks waver, swaying with our expectations; every class member leans in with bated breath and often baiting words, transfixed to the point of enchantment. However, we have learned to transfer our frustration at the toppling Jenga tower into driving excitement in Socratic forums. This driving emotion force has fueled our late night reading and early morning classes. Emotion inspired dedication to the book you now grasp. It is the emotion of a class all its own, and this is ours.

Sea Stories The Scuttlebutt Chronicles

The guy in the back was waving his arms like a wacky wavy inflatable tube man trying to tell the guy to turn it off. The guy in the passenger's seat jumped ...

Author: James Wells

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 164913052X

Category: Humor

Page: 92

View: 236

Sea Stories: The Scuttlebutt Chronicles By: James Wells From people licking stripper booty in Spain to a guy burning himself while ironing his clothes with them still on his person. Imagine getting a new ID card and it’s already expired or a fire truck that caught on fire while being repaired. There is never a dull moment. This book will have you laughing for days and looking around at the people you work with, wondering if they would put themselves in these same types of silly situations. So sit back, get comfortable, and grab a cup of joe as you embark on a hilarious journey through time visiting many places and people from all walks of life along the way. Just be thankful you don’t do some of these wild and crazy things yourself…or do you?

Don t Hurt a Sasquatch

And Other Wacky-but-Real Laws in the USA & Canada Tyler Vendetti ... want to attract customers, they put a wacky waving inflatable tube man out front.

Author: Tyler Vendetti

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1951511158

Category: Humor

Page: 208

View: 427

Imagine if forgetting your wife’s birthday was not only discouraged, but a crime? That’s one of many real-life blue laws (rules prohibiting a hyperspecific activity) that Don't Hurt a Sasquatch covers. This hilarious compendium dives into the quirkiest decrees from around the country, from Alabama’s ban on driving blindfolded to Delaware’s restriction on selling dog hair. Every state in the country has its own set of rules, carefully designed to identify the biggest problems in its culture and correct them. Most of them are normal: don’t steal, don’t kill, don’t go somewhere you don’t belong, etc. All it takes is one weirdo to throw a wrench in that ordinary list, one unruly dude who tried to hold a salmon suspiciously or wash an alligator in a bathtub for lawmakers to step in and impose some order. What are some of these crazy laws, you ask? Take your pick: In Connecticut, it’s illegal for a barber to hum a tune while clipping your hair. Thinking about buying a boat house? Think again. It’s considered illegal in the state of Georgia to live on a boat for longer than a month. Pigeons get the short end of the stick in both San Francisco, California and Venice, Italy: it’s against the law to feed them in public in both cities. Ready to say “I do!” a third time? Hopefully, you don’t live in Kentucky: women are not allowed to marry thrice in the Southern state. Want to surprise your loved one with a pizza? Too bad. Sending a pie to someone without their permission can result in a $500 dollar fine in Louisiana. In Arizona, you can’t feed garbage to a pig without a permit. What constitutes as garbage, though, is up to you. The list goes on. More interesting than the laws themselves are the histories behind each, which Blue Laws goes into in detail. Like, why can’t you roll a boulder in Boulder, Colorado? Who decided that you couldn’t catch fish with your hands in Indiana? Why are blue laws called “blue laws” and how did they come to mean “generally weird rules” (instead of their original meaning: “laws dictating what citizens can and cannot do on Sundays”)? In this informative and funny book, you will find out through a series of anecdotes, court cases, and illustrated pictures that break down just how and why these rules (most of which are still currently in effect) came to be. Good for history teachers, trivia nerds, or white elephant gift exchange participants, Don't Hurt a Sasquatch is a widely appealing book that will teach you more about how the world works than you ever wanted to know.

The Grammar of Rock

... Cut Out, Folk Art Garden Gnome from Al Harrington's Wacky Waving Inflatable Arm Flailing Tube Man Warehouse and Emporium as advertised in Family Guy!

Author: Alexander Theroux

Publisher: Fantagraphics Books

ISBN: 1606996169

Category: Music

Page: 352

View: 526

Novelist and critic Alexander Theroux analyzes the pop song. National Book Award nominee, critic and one of America’s least compromising satirists, Alexander Theroux takes a comprehensive look at the colorful language of pop lyrics and the realm of rock music in general in The Grammar of Rock: silly song titles; maddening instrumentals; shrieking divas; clunker lines; the worst (and best) songs ever written; geniuses of the art; movie stars who should never have raised their voice in song but who were too shameless to refuse a mic; and the excesses of awful Christmas recordings. Praising (and critiquing) the gems of lyricists both highbrow and low, Theroux does due reverence to classic word-masters like Ira Gershwin, Jimmy Van Heusen, Cole Porter, and Sammy Cahn, lyricists as diverse as Hank Williams, Buck Ram, the Moody Blues, and Randy Newman, Dylan and the Beatles, of course, and more outré ones like the Sex Pistols, the Clash, Patti Smith, the Fall (even Ghostface Killa), but he considers stupid rhymes, as well ― nonsense lyrics, chop logic, the uses and abuses of irony, country music macho, verbal howlers, how voices sound alike and why, and much more. In a way that no one else has ever done, with his usual encyclopedic insights into the state of the modern lyric, Theroux focuses on the state of language ― the power of words and the nature of syntax ― in The Grammar of Rock. He analyzes its assaults on listeners’ impulses by investigating singers’ styles, pondering illogical lunacies in lyrics, and deconstructing the nature of diction and presentation in the language. This is that rare book of discernment and probing wit (and not exclusively one that is a critical defense of quality) that positively evaluates the very nature of a pop song, and why one over another has an effect on the listener.

Whoosh Boom Splat

But over 4,000, the flow inside a pipe becomes turbulent. And that's just the thing desired in a wacky, waving, inflatable tube man.

Author: William Gurstelle

Publisher: Chicago Review Press

ISBN: 1613739109

Category: Science

Page: 224

View: 406

In this revised and expanded edition, William Gurstelle shows ordinary folks how to build a dozen fun and impressively powerful launchers with inexpensive household and hardware store materials. This new edition includes three new projects along with diagrams, photographs, and fascinating science information. With a strong emphasis on safety, the book also gives tips on troubleshooting and describes each machine's historical origins as well as the science behind it. Workshop warriors and tinkerers at any skill level will love these new exciting DIY projects.

Homicide in High Heels

... party memorable—huge, wacky waving inflatable arm flailing tube men (yes, ... at the waving inflatable tube men than looking for parking), and a guy in ...

Author: Gemma Halliday

Publisher: Gemma Halliday Publishing

ISBN: 1940371228

Category: Fiction

Page: 214

View: 639

New York Times and USA Today Bestselling series! It's springtime in California! The flowers are in bloom, the fashion week runways are fierce, and fans of America's favorite pastime are filling the baseball stadiums to root for their favorite team. But when the girlfriend of the L.A. Stars rookie MVP winds up dead at a chic Beverly Hills salon, it's suddenly up to fashion designer Maddie Springer to track down the "Tanning Salon Killer." Armed with the help of her wacky cast of friends and family, Maddie finds herself with a list of suspects that includes the cast of the reality TV show Baseball Wives, a desperate blackmail victim, and an entire baseball team! If Maddie can brave the hot dogs and cat fights, she just might be able to catch a killer...before he strikes again! Other Books in the High Heels Series: #1 Spying in High Heels #2 Killer in High Heels #3 Undercover in High Heels #3.5 Christmas in High Heels (short story) #4 Alibi in High Heels #5 Mayhem in High Heels #5.5 Honeymoon in High Heels (short story) #5.75 Sweetheart in High Heels (novella) #6 Fearless in High Heels #7 Danger in High Heels #8 Homicide in High Heels #9 Deadly in High Heels What critics are saying about The High Heels Mysteries: "A saucy combination of romance and suspense that is simply irresistible." - Chicago Tribune "Stylish... nonstop action...guaranteed to keep chick lit and mystery fans happy!" - Publishers’ Weekly, starred review "Smart, funny and snappy…the perfect beach read!" - Fresh Fiction "A roller coaster ride full of fun and excitement!" - Romance Reviews Today "Gemma Halliday writes like a seasoned author leaving the reader hanging on to every word, every clue, every delicious scene of the book. It’s a fun and intriguing mystery full of laughs and suspense." - Once Upon A Romance

How to Build a Heart

... waving at me, just beyond the line of cars and before the crush of people standing in front of our house: Wacky Wavy Inflatable Arm Flailing Tube Man ...

Author: Maria Padian

Publisher: Algonquin Books

ISBN: 1643750046

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 352

View: 195

One young woman’s journey to find her place in the world as the carefully separated strands of her life — family, money, school, and love — begin to overlap and tangle. All sixteen-year-old Izzy Crawford wants is to feel like she really belongs somewhere. Her father, a marine, died in Iraq six years ago, and Izzy’s moved to a new town nearly every year since, far from the help of her extended family in North Carolina and Puerto Rico. When Izzy’s hardworking mom moves their small family to Virginia, all her dreams start clicking into place. She likes her new school—even if Izzy is careful to keep her scholarship-student status hidden from her well-to-do classmates and her new athletic and popular boyfriend. And best of all: Izzy’s family has been selected by Habitat for Humanity to build and move into a brand-new house. Izzy is this close to the community and permanence she’s been searching for, until all the secret pieces of her life begin to collide. How to Build a Heart is the story of Izzy’s journey to find her place in the world and her discovery that the choices we make and the people we love ultimately define us and bring us home.