Nazi Flags Fuck Off

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This flag (above) is a neo-nazi favorite, because it bears the white-supremacy symbol (called the sun-wheel or celtic cross) in a Nazi-like colorway and layout. Unlike the swastika, it’s not banned in most European countries, and this one is actually the official flag of the Italian Nazi Party. Like usual, the geniuses who are into this stuff undermined the nudge-nudge-wink-wink of the seller by saying “Great for white supremacists like myself” in the five-star reviews.

It’s “frequently bought with” this other, also-not-very-undercover neo-nazi flag.

To their credit, Amazon almost always takes this stuff down immediately once someone points it out, so you might wanna have a look-see ASAP before it’s gone.



The Light Bulb Projector

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Beam is a projector that fits into a lightbulb socket and works as a projector for your phone. It might make sense at $40-50, but not at this insane price. You could get a mini projector that does the same thing for $58, or, for that matter, a 32″ TV for $168.

One of the features the manufacturer lists is that you can “also use Beam as a regular light.” You could tie steaks to your feet and use them as flip-flops, but it’s probably not worth listing as a feature of steak.



Cooking For Depressed People

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What is more depressing than cooking a single egg in a tiny, four-inch frying pan? I’d say it’s a tie between Microwave For One, a cookbook printed in 1987, and A Man, A Can, A Microwave, which somehow was coauthored by the editors of Men’s Health. If you’re feeling depressy (or want to bring down your good mood) you can hit the “Look Inside” link on the last one to read a microwaved steak recipe.



Nonsai Tree

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A bonsai tree is a work of contemplative skill, requiring decades of careful watering, patient shaping, and attentive maintenance. So it only stands to bear that you can buy a fake bonsai, to give you the look of such an endeavor with no effort.






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