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Hot Topic's Cartoon Network Line Looks AMAZING.
Ever want to switch your style up to something that screamed 'Marceline'? Or maybe you looked at Steven Universe's beloved Cookie Cat ice cream and went, "Man, they should put that on a sweater!"? Well, my friends, Hot Topic just dropped a new collab with Cartoon Network, and it's all the cartoon-inspired fashion you could possibly want - and more! There's pieces inspired by our favorite Cartoon Network shows, including classics like 'Dexter's Laboratory' and 'Courage The Cowardly Dog'. Check 'em out! Adventure Time Finn hooded shirt, BMO cardigan, Marceline mini dress, Finn & Jake button-up, Adventure Time babydoll dress, Marceline striped sweater Steven Universe Cookie Cat sweater, Mr. Universe t-shirt, Rose Quartz dress, Steven Universe star-patterned button-up, Garnet dress, Amethyst cardigan, Pearl dress Dexter's Laboratory Dexter button-up, Dexter babydoll dress The Powerpuff Girls Powerpuff Girls bomber jacket Courage The Cowardly Dog Courage cardigan The clothes all fall in the $25 to $70 range and come in a variety of sizes so that people of all ages, shapes, and sizes can sport their favorite Cartoon Network show wherever they go when it drops in stores this week. Which brings me to my question: What's got you screaming "SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!"? (Garnet's dress from 'Steven Universe' is tugging at my fangirl heart strings right now.) @Jaileejailee @mst2000mt @midevildragon @johnbell @JtacoGuzman @sewilson550 @DmNapier @TiaJanay @realtgreat @JessiPetro @Jackie0Wackie @ChrisJMoreno @ShonA @xuannhi26 @KendraMaddison @kbecker @Poetry4Power @isssc1100 @TechAtHeart @Krystalstar22 @YumiMiyazaki @ninjabryan @szewwy @HappyLulie @Sara3 @PrincessUnicorn @LenaBlackRose @AmberMatthews @JaiiPanda @MrOmega @ShakirBishop @hermoineNH1 @KageTsuki040910 @JaredDaigre @EXOAsf @CynthiaForeman @jevonlowery @midevildragon @jayeon6 @selfishmachines @BenDeierlein @vinylleyva @JohnMcCullough @PurpleStarzz @addri @Pj91777 @SpazMatic @IsmarieRamirez @SarahSutcliff @KpopGaby @YumiMiyazaki @arnelli @priscillasdoor @ColeKat13 @TehDL @AprilNapier @CollinShipley
Would You Buy This Raptor Egg Candle?
My sister appreciates a good candle. She's the kind of person that spends a concerning amount of money at Yankee Candle and an equally concerning amount of time hanging out in the candle section of any given department store, holding candles like Sugar Cookies, Summer Rain, or Fresh Lavender to her nose like a trained connoisseur in all things home fragrance. Because I'm the younger sister, and well, younger siblings naturally like to despise everything their older ones are into, I'm not really big on the whole scented candle thing. However, if you were looking to buy me a candle this Christmas, this mystery dinosaur egg is totally more my speed. Yes, this egg-shaped candle - created by Firebox, the same novelty gift manufacturer that brought you Unicorn Tears-flavored gin - might look pretty unassuming when you first take a look at it, but after you've let the candle burn for a bit, quite a magical thing starts to happen. "Say hello to my little fren..." As the wax melts away, a porcelain velociraptor reveals itself, an ornament that you can keep once you're done burning the candle. (Yes, that's right. You get a raptor that - according to the website - is "ready to train to do your bidding". What do you get when you're done burning that White Musk candle? Nothing. Not even one dinosaur.) If you're ready to take on the task of recreating the weirdest (but secretly coolest) scene from the original 'Jurassic Park' in super super slow motion, you can purchase the candle here (where it's around $45 because it's apparently too awesome to be reasonably priced). Would you buy this dinosaur egg candle? Or will you wait it out and hope whoever invents the first time machine brings you a real one someday? Let me know in the comments below, and for more things to waste your money on, follow my SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY collection!