04/01/2014 05:36 am ET Updated Apr 01, 2014

ThinkGeek's Mr. Beard Beard Machine Is The Perfect Hipster Gift

Want a hip and stylish beard, but not so crazy about all the growing and grooming? Then ThinkGeek has the answer for you: The Mr. Beard Beard Machine.

Similar to a K-cup coffee machine, the Mr. Beard uses "B-cups." Pop one into the device, stick your face in and you could have your very own Fu Manchu, Freddie Mercury or Handlebar in about a minute.

"Brought to you by the same people who brought you Mr. Coffee, Mr. Peanut, Mr. Mister and Mr. Fusion, the Mr. Beard® Beard Machine is an almost instant cure to your lack of facial hair," the website promises.

And there's no need for mustache wax.

In case it's not obvious, Mr. Beard is an April Fools' Day prank, and it's not the only one from ThinkGeek. Most of the products on the front page of the website today are fake, including one that many loyal "Star Trek" fans are no doubt hoping will be real one day: Rosetta Stone -- Learn to Speak Klingon.

Actor Michael Dorn, who played the Klingon Worf on "Star Trek: The Next Generation," helps to demonstrate the phony edition of the language-learning software:

That's not the only "Star Trek" prank this year. There's also the U.S.S. Enterprise Flying Disc:

Or you could treat yourself to the ultimate weapon for NERF warfare, the NERF Nuke:

Then there's the Flux Capacitor Car Charger:

The Darkmage LED Spellcasting Staff:

If that's not enough, there's a unicorn drinking horn, a laser-guided tactical necktie and Das Can-in-Stein, a can holder shaped like a beer stein.

ThinkGeek has turned some of its previous April Fools' Day pranks into real products, including the "Star Wars" tauntaun sleeping bag and chocolate zombie bunny. And that leads us to ask...