LEGO Stay Puft Marshmallow Man


What did you do, Ray? Actually, the LEGO Stay Puft Marshmallow Man was created by toy brick-artist, Brent Waller.

Estimated at 1800 Pieces and 60 hours of build time, this Mr. Stay Puft will gladly step on any church in your LEGO town. However, he’s nothing that a few ghost-busting minifigs can’t handle.

If you’d like to help LEGO Stay Puft Marshmallow Man get mass-produced, you can vote for it here.



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Stay Puft Marshmallow Man Footie Pajamas For Adults


Footie pajamas for adults, already a bit creepy, just went a step further with the Ghostbusters Hooded Footie. Designed to look like the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, the PJs come complete with said footies, and a hoodie to complete the effect — your thoroughly disturbing effect.

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Stay Puft Marshmallows Exist

Stay Puft Quality Marshmallows, inspired by the cutest movie monster to ever ruin New York City, are finally a real thing. Although we’ve been treated to a caffeinated version of Stay Pufts before — these appear to be the first gimmick-free and fully-licensed version of the fluffy treats.

Grab a box to add your Ghostbusters’ collectibles, or use them to make Stay Puft S’mores at your next campout.


Stay Puft Marshmallow Man S’more

Inspired by one of the greatest fictional foodstuffs in movie history, the Stay Puft Marshmallow S’more is brought to us by reddit user SirCreate.

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Ecto Cooler: Its Shady Past and Mysterious Disappearance

Anyone who grew up in the 80s probably had Ecto Cooler in their lunchbox at one time or another. Some may have even used the toxic-green beverage as currency — conducting lopsided lunchroom trades with the kid who wasn’t allowed to have sugar.

Regardless of the juice’s hypnotic and addictive properties, the backstory of Ecto Cooler is intriguing to say the least. And, the fact that it was marketed as orange/tangerine-flavored, but was fluorescent green in color, isn’t even the strangest thing about it.

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