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Soapsicles

You’re gonna have trouble resisting taking a bite out of these yummy smelling popsicles, but don’t — they’re soap! They’re the same size as real popsicles and arrive adorably wrapped in a clear bag with coordinating ribbon. Choose from Nilla Sammi (Chocolate & Vanilla) smells just like chocolate; Rainbow – Peace, Love & Soapiness – fragrance fruity; Lemonade – scent is fresh lemon and Pink-Confetti Cupcake – strawberry fragrance.

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Pet Fish Soap

Pet Fish Soap
This may look just like the bag that you carry home from the pet store, but don’t be fooled…this plastic goldfish is not swimming in water, it’s embedded in clear, glycerin soap shaped like “water in a bag”. Tied with an orange ribbon. Tangerine-grapefruit scent.

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Bacon Soap

It’s a sunny Sunday morning and you wake to the sweet smell of bacon wafting from the… bathroom? That’s right, Archie Mcphee has captured the enticing aroma of frying bacon in a bar of soap! Each marbled bar has the words “Bacon Soap” embossed on top and comes in a fancy 3-3/4″ x 2-3/8″ x 7/8″ tin. In a perfect world, wouldn’t all personal hygiene products smell like meat?

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Baby Hand Soaps

Okay, these weird baby hand soaps are plain weird for my taste. They should rename them “cut-off baby hand soap”. Weird, and wonderful, these little hands are actual soap. About 10 different hands in different skin tones come in a pack. Handmade of goat’s milk.

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Weirdest Barbie Inspired Dolls









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Pregnant Barbie

Possibly one of the most bizarre Barbies – ever – there’s even a magnetic stomach that you put over the hole, until you are ready to act out scenes of labour or whatever children do with pregnant Barbies. On a similar note, the JumpOff have teamed up with the ‘Want Respect’ campaign, aimed at targeting sexually active teens in England and cutting pregnancy rates amongst the young.

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Zombie Barbie

She could definitly be staring in MJ’s Thriller movie, the Zombie Barbie is a sexy, creepy and totally modern woman. (Link)

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Allergic to modern living

For most people talking on a mobile phone, cooking dinner in the microwave or driving in a car is simply part of modern living in 21st century. But completing any such tasks is impossible for people like Debbie Bird – who is allergic to modern technology. The 39-year-old is so sensitive to the electromagnetic field (emf) or ‘smog’ created by computers, mobile phones, microwave ovens and even some cars, that she develops a painful skin rash and her eyelids swell to three times their size if she goes near them.

Officially in the UK, electro-sensitivity (ES) does not exist as a medical condition. Doctors say there is little scientific evidence to back up a link between EMF and poor health. They claim the symptoms, often attributed to flu or viruses, are psychosomatic. But campaigners disagree. They reckon around 500 people are already being treated for ES and as many as five per cent of the population could be affected. (Link)

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