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Pitfall doormats are full of pixelated goodness

May 22 // Matthew Razak

How many times has this happened to you? Publishers Clearing House pulls up to your door with a big check. They come up and ring the doorbell, but as you answer they look down and see your doormat is simply too boring. They turn around and walk away with your big check shaking there heads in dismay. Plenty of times, right?

Well, don't let it happen again with these badical Pitfall doormats featuring either a crocodile or scorpion from the game. No way anyone could call your doormat boring if you have one of these suckers laying out. Sure. these two rubber mats might miss the point of the doormat as most people will jump over them to avoid a pixelated death, but the awesomeness factor should outweigh your now dirty entry hall.

The doormats will cost you $50. You can get them here and here.

Pitfall Crocodile and Scorpion Doormats Encourage Guests NOT to Wipe Their Feet [Craziest Gadgets]

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