Clocks come in many shapes and sizes, from stately grandfathers, to kitschy cuckoos, to giant towers that lightning will inevitably strike, allowing you to get back to 1985 and be totally happy with your girlfriend, until they swap her out for Elizabeth Shue and you have to re-shoot the scene. Making them in more ways than you ever imagined possible: Woodstock Clocks
Stock's run by a Cobb-based dad who hand-makes awesomely quirky timepieces from all manner of recycled materials and household items sourced from junk sales & flea markets; he started selling 'em once "my son got me hooked", prompting his tearful confession "I learned it from you, son!". Wall-hangables include a four-cup metal Jell-O mold, whiteboards & chalkboards complete w/ markers/chalk (so you can write/draw hours, pictures, or...another clock!), rusted metal sawblades, and one made with a (thankfully brand new) flip flop, whose clock mechanism can be adjusted to let it be "hung at any angle", lending the whole She Bang a unique spin. For desks/shelves, there's the stained wood Suit Case clock, metal lunchboxes (SpongeBob, Chuck E. Cheese...), and a house-shaped Hershey's tin, whose description includes a regretful note: "Sorry, the chocolate is all gone :(" -- the very thing Ray Nagin promised would happen if he didn't get reelected
You can also personalize the 14" round Bar Clock with your name as a brand of ale above the words "World's Best", or get some hands planted into any denomination of actual US paper currency backed with a piece of foamboard -- although not hoverboard, 'cause those won't be around til 2015.