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Bubble Wrap Suit!

I don't care who you are - if you say that you don't enjoy bubble wrap, you just aren't being honest enough with yourself. There is nothing better than opening up a fun new purchase, and setting it aside so that you can pop it at the most inappropriate moment.  Or maybe, just maybe it does get even better than that, because toting bubble wrap around could not be more convenient than wearing it.

Over The Rainbow: Ruby Slipper Socks Are Oz-Some

Winter is just around the corner and that can mean one harsh reality -- cold feet. With Ruby Slipper Socks you can keep your feet magically warm. This fun pair was created from the iconic images of a 16-year-old Judy Garland in her role as Dorothy in the 1939 movie "The Wizard of Oz." They are perfect for fans of the film that made Garland a star.

Hello Kitty Color Contact Lenses Give You Cute Cat Eyes

Hello Kitty Color Contact Lenses are the next best thing to getting Japan's most popular anime character tattooed on your corneas. Actually ANYTHING is the next best thing to having one's corneas tattooed but we digress.

Your Kid Can Swim Like A Mermaid With A Mermaid Swim Fin

Everyone knows about mermaids, the divine divas of ancient legend. Disney has recreated the legend via Hans Christian Andersen into a popular movie that has many little girls dreaming of what it would like to be a mermaid. With this totally cool Mermaid Swim Fin they can get the chance to try.

Totally British Tailoring For Dogs: PETTeCOATS

Anglophile dogs rejoice!  There is finally a fashion site just for you.  It's called PETTeCOATS Online Pet Boutique and it's everything you British-descended dogs and wannabes ever dreamed of.  Get your waistcoats, bow ties, jumpers, cardigans and polo shirts in traditional British argyles, plaids, checks, and paisleys.... You can even get a beautiful Union Jack duvet pillow for your Anglo-dog.

Turn Your Baby Into A Cabbage Patch Kid With This Cool Wig

If you grew up during the time Cabbage Patch Kids dolls were all the rage then you know how really adorable they were. Now your own babies can look that adorable with a Cabbage Patch inspired wigs/hats. These cute crocheted hats are made to order by The Lillie Pad on Etsy. So you can choose the size and yarn color you want for your baby . . . or for yourself.

Upwalk Anti-Stumble Socks Help Keep Senior Citizens On Their Feet

Upwalk anti-stumble socks from Japan's Terumo Corporation are designed to help senior citizens avoid tripping over different kinds of household flooring surfaces. The socks feature a specialized sewing technique that creates a pulling sensation on the front of the foot, lifting the toes and shifting the center of gravity back toward the heels.

Dress For The Job You Want With The Workaholics Bear Coat

You’ll look like a total fool if you wear white after Labor Day, so save yourself the embarrassment by ordering this fine fur coat today!

Samsung's Galaxy Gear Smartwatch Isn't All It's Cracked Up To Be

Back when it was first announced, Samsung's Galaxy Gear Smartwatch enjoyed considerable hype as an enormous leap forward for mobile technology. Unfortunately, early reaction to the product hasn't exactly been glowing. Matter of fact, most critics have panned it as a 'limited, overpriced toy.'

Safety Piercer, For All Your DIY Body Piercing Needs

The Safety Piercer features a titanium-plated medical stainless steel spike mounted in a lightweight, spring-action case. These miniature masochism machines are designed so solo body piercers can perform the operation(s) one-handed, presumably while looking in the mirror. What could possibly go wrong?