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The knitted goat balaclava is finally here



Calling all Satanists with complexes, Jimmy Savile look-alikes and everyone tired of wearing small, chaffing skull masks: we give you the Goat Balaclava.

Well, not give exactly. The goat balaclava retails at £66.39.

Made from reassuringly demonic acrylic, the Goat Balaclava is versalite, as this model demonstrates:



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Posted: 23rd, February 2015 | In: Fashion, The Consumer | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

The 20 worst and most worrying dolls for sale on Etsy

THE blurb for each item sold on the online Etsy bazaar asks at the end: “Have any questions? Contact the shop owner.” After compiling this list of the creepiest, most wrong, oddest, weirdest  and worrying dolls for sale of Etsy, we’re a little unsure where to begin. Perhaps, the questions should be,  ‘Did your mother love you?; ‘Did your mother love you too much’; ‘Are you allaoewed near sharp objects?’ and ‘That you, Linus Van Pelt?’

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spock doll

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monkey doll

lady gaga


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childbirth doll

scary doll

broken doll

beyonce doll

bette davis doll

barbie and tarzan


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Posted: 30th, June 2013 | In: Key Posts, The Consumer | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Terrible tributes: The R Kelly Apron

THIS fathers day get the dad who does an R. Kelly apron, available via Etsy for $25. (The “I Believe I Can Fry” singer will not urinate on any flambe.)

If you see any terrible tributes, please let us know.

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Spotter:The World’s Best Ever


Posted: 11th, June 2013 | In: Celebrities, Fashion | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

RIP Regretsy: Some of the maddest, baddest items sold on etsy

SAD to say that Regretsy, the site that documented the “objects d’fart” for sale on craft site easy? Etsy sells handcrafted and vintage things. Well, so it says. Much of the stuff is good. A lot of it is haunting. And it still sells:


Posted: 1st, February 2013 | In: Key Posts, The Consumer | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0