Big Frog transfers custom and premade designs onto everything from garments and golf towels to mouse pads and flags. Jumpstart a stalled imagination machine by consulting sundry design ideas, graphic designers on staff, and a range of clothing styles. Print a picture of your favorite ex-attorney general onto a white cotton T-shirt ($15.99–$18.99 in S-3XL) or colored jersey polo ($20.99–$23.99 in S-3XL), or label identical twins with two colored onesies for infants ($16.99 each). The shop also stocks illustratable knickknacks such as coasters ($23.99/four), 110-piece puzzles ($15.39), and car flags ($16.49, pole included).
Florida iDoctor traces its origins to 2001, long before the invention of the modern smartphone, and back when most cellphones were still powered by coal. Throughout the years, the company's technicians have adapted well to the ever-evolving world of personal electronics, boasting an intricate knowledge of iPhones, iPads, laptops, and desktop PCs. The Better Business Bureau accredited company, which has an A+ rating, can repair a cracked iPhone screen in less than half an hour and undo water damage with pickup and drop-off service. They handle everything from cleansing viruses from a computer's hard drive to replacing a tablet's broken power button, helping clients breathe new life into their favorite digital companions.
E-cigarettes have become one of the primary methods people use to quit smoking. They get to keep the familiar habits of handling and puffing on a cigarette-like object, while enjoying a variety of different flavors during the pastime. Lizard Juice enlivens an old habit with dozens of new tastes.
The liquid comes in four broad categories of flavors: tobacco, fruit, drinks, and dessert. The specific tastes range from the enigmatically named Pure Joy??a combination of coconut and chocolate flavors??to Ice Watermelon, a mint-enriched sweet flavor. The company, of course, also provides the e-cigs in which their various juices can be enjoyed, along with rechargeable batteries and wall adapters, presumably so you can incite hilarity by making your outlets look as if they're smoking.