These amazing novelties are so sensationally tiny, mysteriously scientific and electrically jazzy that I don't know where to begin. This is cutting edge entertainment, you know. Plus you will be the social success of the year with any one of these things.
Imagine if you brought all three to a party. People might never recover.
Now first, for a very low price, is the World's Smallest Radio which you can use absolutely anywhere. Well - almost. You do have to connect one clip to a ground and another "to a bit of aerial wire." You might have to twist yourself into a pretzel and stand out on the roof or something, but people will be so impressed. And for double the fun, get two so that you and a friend can play Walkie-Talkie Twister.
As for Guzzlin' Charlie - well, there's one in every crowd, as they say. But usually he's not a mystery drinking bird. Although the roly-poly eyes sound familiar. And the not being mechanically inclined. Apparently young and old go wild over watching the little plastic birdie drink a glass of water. That's some tough crowd.
Now if they really are a tough crowd, there's one more trick you will have up your sleeve - or rather, on your collar. An Electric Light Jazz Bow Tie, of course. Those friends of yours will be so amazed they may not be able to get up off the floor (either that or they're trying to out-guzzle Charlie). What fun it will be directing flashes of light right into their faces. "Have loads of fun," no kidding. I'm not sure what the jazz part of the tie is though. Maybe you can rig up the World's Smallest Radio for that.