The Wine Of Sacred Purity Unicorn Wine Holder ($19.95, Amazon) holds only one bottle of wine, but it holds it very well.
"Add some falir [sic] to your kitchen by displaying your wine bottles in this holder," the marketing copy suggests. "Beware of knockoff imitation pieces sold by unlicensed sellers."
"It's not all joy and rainbows," warns verified purchaser Jon Hanson. "I bought this unicorn thinking it would bring luck, joy and rainbows into my home. Instead he just sits there, staring through my soul with his cold black eyes, just daring me to steal his bottle."
"Everything you could ever ask for in a creepy unicorn," counters My Name Here, a sentiment that Mir agrees with: "Such A Majestic Housewarming Gift."
The handsome and timely “Go Away” Doormat [Amazon] is made of coconut fibers and described as “environmentally” friendly if not particularly friendly in other respects. As death’s hand knocks louder, however, you might want to segue to more assertive messaging with the “Fuck Off” Doormat. [h/t Rusty]
Wipe away the coronapocalypse in stealthy style with Renova black toilet paper [Amazon], your everyday carry for the virus crisis. With 140 “very soft and absorbent” 3-ply sheets per 100% virgin pulp roll, you’ll make short work of shite for the next few weeks — all without having to fight the army of doomshoppers raiding […]
Congratulations, shoppers! You can order plastic crates in beautiful pastel colors at significantly inflated prices. Available in large, medium or small. [Goodhoodstore via dieworkwear] These look very similar indeed to similarly pricey pastel crates on Amazon, being sold under randomly-generated brand names like SHINEME and MUYOZZ. At the New York Times, John Hermann recently wrote […]
Running a small business drops a lot on to the plate of just one person. And between juggling a dozen tasks that need to get handled daily, it’s no surprise that there are a dozen more equally vital tasks that can just as easily go overlooked. While posting to social channels and making web posts […]
The importance of reading is well documented. About half of America’s unemployed between 16 and 21 years old are functionally illiterate. And there’s an almost direct line between how much you read and your earning potential, with the richest Americans three times more likely to read than those with a household income below $30,000. However, […]
As the world has shifted the last few months, it’s very likely your assortment of EDC items has changed too. While you’re still looking to slim down the number of items you have to tote around every day, there’s a good chance you’re keeping an even tighter focus on how safe those items are and […]