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    Cardboard Safari’s laser-cut build-it-yourself skull models made of recycled cardboard. Come in a variety of color schemes, including white, black, natural and zebra-striped.
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    Poop Emoji Pillow, the giant piece of shit, but "currently sold out."
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    Ass-Face Hand-Feet Mickey Mouse by Fidia Falaschetti.
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    This model USS Enterprise made of gingerbread!  The starship was made by, and on display at, Blackmarket Bakery in California. See it from all angles in an imgur gallery.
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    This is the Oppai Taisou Hand, a $28 piece of plastic that's supposed to make your breasts look and feel better.  It it works by dragging back fat around and adding it to your tits. Thankfully, there's an even shiftier explanation:
    "Shindo explains that a woman's breasts are strung up by ligaments, and if these ligaments don't get sufficient movement, the fats in the breast will start to settle back against the chest muscles, resulting in unshapely, or even sagging boobies.
    Oppai Hagashi supposedly detaches the breast ligaments from the chest muscles and directs the fats back to where they belong, restoring shape, while Oppai Yurashi resets the tension in the ligaments holding up the breasts, thus regaining elasticity and perkiness. The massage also improves blood circulation, which promotes healthier, beautifully shaped breasts
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    You can found it on Rakuten Japan and Amazon Japan retailing for 3,066 yen (approximately US$26)
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    This is the Sriracha beer.
    "ROGUE Sriracha Hot Stout Beer, made from Huy Fong original hot chili sauce and sun ripened Rogue Farms ingredients, is ready to drink with soups, sauces, pasta, pizza, hot dogs, hamburgers, chow mein, or anything you'd like to wash down with a spicy kick."
    A bottle of Rogue Sriracha beer costs $13, and they start shipping December 8th.
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    "The Twelve Beards of Christmas" by photographer Stephanie Jarstad, decorated the beards of woolly-faced men with holiday ornaments.  You can purchase these sweet mugs in the form of Christmas cards or a poster print on her Etsy.
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    Norwegian underwear manufacturer Comfyballs was denied a US trademark for their product because, "The mark does not create a double entendre or other idiomatic expression... When used in this way, the word 'balls' has an offensive meaning."
    Seriously?
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    These Beard Baubles will turn your beard into a Christmas Tree. The idea got started by creative team Mike Kennedy and Pauline Ashford at ad agency Grey London, reports Beard Baubles' rep. When deciding what to do for this year's Christmas card, the duo took the directive, to "do something famous or do something good -- ideally both," and take it a step further with a gift. Each pack costs $10 and includes 12 baubles in a variety of festive colors.
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    This is a $174 PYRO Fireshooter designed by Adam Wilber and sold by Ellusionist. It's a device worn like a wrist-watch that can be concealed under a long shirt and gives the illusion that you're shooting fireballs from your hand. It can hold up to four fireballs and works by heating wads of flash paper (aka nitrocellulose), that launch up to 10-feet from the barrels when ignited. Plus it's activated via a wireless controller with a range of up to 30-feet.Sold out at the moment, but should ship by December 17th.
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    The 6-Pack Beer Bottle Tote is a neoprene tote that carries 6 bottled beverages. Unlike the cardboard 6-pack carrier the drinks come in, tote stores flat as a thin mint when not in use.
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    Chemistry blog Compound Interest has released the 2014 Chemistry Advent Calendar, a tree-shaped calendar made of flasks that celebrates a different molecule each day leading up to Christmas.
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    Derek Fridman's classic "Che Trooper" mashup with a new limited edition 18" resin bust version. Cool.
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    The 12 oz, dishwasher/microwave safe Retro Raygun Rocket Mug is $9.72 from Amazon.
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    Planetary Drinking Glass Set from thinkgeek. It’s a set of 10 glasses, each made to look like a planet.
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    Drift, a  series of magnetic driftwood boards that were found washed up on shores around the world.  German-based Hejmonti has collected the boards, planks, poles and dunnage bars, and each driftwood plank is photographed where found. And it will be equipped with powerful magnets, transforming it into a magnetic board, so the tools, knives, keys, or whatever else magically stick to the wood.
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    This is the $32 Melting Toht Candle available from Firebox. As it burns, it looks more and more like brutal Gestapo agent Arnold Ernst Toht as his face melts off at the end of Raiders of the Lost Ark, when the Nazis open the Ark of the Covenant and suffer the wrath of God. After more watch the scene from the movie.
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    Created by an artist named Chris Taylor, these glasses are hand-blown to look exactly like they're wrapped in a sheet of bubble wrap on the outside - but they're 100 percent glass. It will cost you $90 from uncommongoods.
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    These are the light-up LED pasties by Sasswear [ Amazon link ]. They cost $32 a pair, are rechargeable, come in a variety of different shapes, colors and flashing patterns, and are the perfect pasties to give a strip club patron a seizure. The included batteries last over 20 hours and are replaceable when tapped. Sasswear also notes that their LEDs light up the pasties' entire surface area, and their rainbow flash of colors can be seen several blocks away. Wow.
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