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Just in time for the Ides of October, ThinkGeek brings us magnetic BuckyCubes, small, 4mm cubes that slide and slip together to create unique shapes. The kit comes with 125 rare earth magnets that can be combined and organized into various shapes.

ThinkGeek already sells BuckyBalls but coupled with these cubes you can be truly a God among Buckyfans. The come with a small carrying case and cost $24.99.

Note: Do not eat or snort BuckyCubes. BuckyCubes are not alive. BuckyCubes cannot replace human contact.

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