A “blanket fort kit”

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Now that there’s a $31 kit to built a fort at home, your kids need no longer suffer a fort-free life! Before this came along, they definitely didn’t have a blanket and some rope to make a fort for free.



Perfume Your Internal Body

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When you eat Deo Perfume Candy, it causes your body to exude scent.

The active ingredient is geraniol, a terpene which many people are allergic to. Using perfumes or scented products with geraniol can cause your skin to become irritated. So pumping your body full of so much geraniol that you ooze it from your pores is probably not a good idea, unless you’re sure that you’re not allergic to it, and you’re OK with eating perfume from Bulgaria.

Most reviewers suggest that it doesn’t work, by the way, so even if you’re still dying to dose yourself with internal fragrance, you might want to skip it.



Orgone Energy Pyramids

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I fucking love energy and power, so I was pumped to see that you could buy a pyramid orgone online. The manufacturer brags that it “helps awake you innate psychic sense”, which is going to be awesome. I can’t wait to be psychic.

The same seller has a “Drink And Food Energizer Orgone.” Do yourself a favor and view the high-res picture of this one. You are gonna be amazed at the really high-quality random pieces of metal this orgone is made of. Then you’re gonna buy it, because you’re not an idiot, and you want your drinks to have a TON of energy, and your food to have a ton of energy, and to “repel predatory forms of life.” (Like crystal-energy hucksters?)

Jerky Of Zombies

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“Zombie Jerky” is slimy, green beef jerky that costs $8 for a 1.25-ounce bag. Gas-station jerky is considerably cheaper ($6 for a 3-oz bag) so you’re paying a hefty premium for this little bag of hell. Also, the green goop there isn’t just the print on the plastic bag. The beef jerky inside is actually dyed green and intentionally slimier than usual, to make it “zombie.”

The manufacturer must realize this is stupid, because they actually had to mark the bag “FOR EATING.”



A Man’s Beer Holster

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The listing for this leather beer holster claims that it’s for “rugged men”, but I’m not so sure about that. All the manly dudes I know just set their beer on the ground, or a patio, or a rock, or a table if they’re outside. None of them buy a special beer-bondage setup and tuck their shirt into their dad jeans to show it off. Maybe I’m hanging out with the wrong crew. 






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