George Takei

 
Top Reviewer Ranking: 8,983
Helpful votes received on reviews: 99% (891 of 904)
Birthday: 20 April
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 8,983 - Total Helpful Votes: 891 of 904
Girl Squirrel Underpants Gag Gift by Toy Zany
347 of 351 people found the following review helpful
We thought our friend's hamster Frederick (he prefers the German Frederick, definitely NOT Fred or, gasp, "Freddy") would appreciate this gift, as he often complains that "hees business" is always on display, especially as he frolics in his wheel.

But when we presented the "Accoutrements Squirrel Underpants" to Frederick on his birthday, his disappointment was palpable. "Vell zen," he quipped crisply, as German hamsters so often do. "Ve are polite and must still appreciate da gesture, no?" Frederick clearly expected something with a bit more "oomph."

Upon our next visit, Frederick had cut the undergarments into a jock-strap of sorts, and he had affixed an Andrew… Read more
Air Swimmer Shark by Air Swimmer
Air Swimmer Shark by Air Swimmer
217 of 224 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect Sharknado, 21 Aug 2013
Brad and I caught Sharknado on the ScyFy and had a good laugh. Brad in particular kept going on about how preposterous the whole notion was of a freak hurricane in LA bringing a deluge of airborne sharks.

You can guess the prank I pulled next. I waited until we had planned one of our home camping adventures in our backyard (Note: the AIR SWIMMER flying shark requires a good amount of space to operate, and definitely don't try it in high winds). I was in my Eagle Scout outfit and had just blown a rousing "Taps" on the trumpet to bring an end to our day. Brad had just doused our small fire carefully and plished off his fourth s'more, and true to form had broken out his harmonica to… Read more
Green Eyes Cat Face Classic Adults T-Shirt The Mou&hellip The Mountain
280 of 281 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Eyes Have It, 5 Aug 2013
When strolling the streets of LA or braving the subways of New York City, I'm often approached by fans. They are well-meaning and always polite, but unfortunately I'm often in a bit of a hurry and don't have the luxury to chat or pose for photos. For a time, I wore oversized sunglassses, but people often mistook me for Yoko Ono or more lately Psy, which only led to more awkward requests to cross my arms and pretend I was riding a pony.

So Brad ordered me the GREEN EYES CAT FACE by Mountain Tee and suggested I wear it whenever out in public.

It worked like a charm, at least for a time. People became so transfixed by the admittedly alarming cat print that they were often… Read more