ThinkGeek is the master of the April Fools' Day joke and has given the world some pretty funny (and often desired) fake products that always bring the laughs.

This year is no exception, with the company offering up hilarious items that take inspiration from geek culture icons Rick and Morty, the science geniuses at SpaceX, Attack on Titan and Star Trek.

So, buckle up your chairs and prepare for the best fake products on the planet. Here's what ThinkGeek has up for April 1, 2016.

Attack on Titan Colossal Titan Lawn Ornament

Who wouldn't want this gigantic inflatable Titan peeking over the edge of their house ready to eat any humans that might pass by? Don't worry, because this Titan can't go anywhere, thanks to ground stakes and tethers that keep him in place. Standing at 25 feet tall, this Titan will make your house the talk of the neighborhood.

Magic: The Gathering – Travel Edition

For trips where you just can't possibly pack another single thing, here is the perfect solution to keep yourself entertained: a super tiny deck of Magic: The Gathering cards. This set includes everything you need to do major card battle against an opponent, including a playmat.

Star Trek White Noise Sleep Machine

On some nights, it's just really hard to get to sleep without hearing the familiar thrum of a spacecraft soaring through where no man has gone before. Thanks to the Star Trek White Noise Sleep Machine, you can have that soothing spacecraft hum here on Earth, guaranteeing that you'll get gently lulled to la la land. Sleep well and prosper.

baRPG

Sure D&D is fun, but it could provide more entertainment with less math and more beer, right? That's where baRPG comes in: it's a dungeon crawl RPG that lets you have your tabletop session while downing consecutive glasses of frothy booze. Let's face it: beer not only makes your roleplaying sessions more interesting, but also a lot more challenging the more you drink.

Plumbus

Any Rick and Morty fan will know that a plumbus is an object of unknown origin with unknown properties that never really comes in handy during a time-traveling adventure. Now, you can have your own artisan plumbus to keep on a shelf somewhere doing absolutely nothing.

Useless Light Switch

Have you ever looked at your house and thought, "this room really needs a light switch that has a mind of its own?" Well, look no further, because ThinkGeek's useless light switch is here. All you have to do is turn it on. Then, it turns itself back off. The bonus is that no one will ever leave the lights on in a room again.

Flavor of the Day Desktop Calendar

Do you like to try out new foods and flavors, but really don't want to leave the house to do it? You don't have to with this calendar, which lets you sample 365 different flavors, one for every day of the year (unless, of course, you're a glutton and go through the calendar in an hour). Each page has a "Lick me" space that lets you taste such wonderful things as cilantro, orange juice, candy corn and sriracha sauce.

SpaceX Vertical Landing Mentos & Diet Coke Rocket

Who knew that Mentos and Diet Coke could take you to infinity and beyond? Apparently, SpaceX did, and now, ThinkGeek offers the company's very own rocket built on that premise, that will soar up to 30 feet in the air before returning to Earth safely. This is the ultimate in backyard science and a must for rocket geeks: it's a "blast" for the entire family.

VR Sensory Immersion Generator

Sure, whatever, the dawn of VR is upon us, but it's not really that real, is it? It might look real, but it still feels like you're standing in your living room, gawking at images through a headset. Enter the VR Sensory Immersion Generator, which brings VR to life, literally, by immersing you in the elements of every VR game, at least those with wind and water. This system is compatible with Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear VR, PlayStation VR and Zeiss VR One.

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