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PICK YOUR NOSE CUPS | BY FRED & FRIENDS

Another fun product by Fred & Friends, the Pick Your Nose Paper Cups are a set of 24 funny drinking cups printed with photo-realistic images of noses. When sippers tip their heads to take a drink, it appears theyve grown a different nose and sometimes even a mustache. The pack includes a total of 24 cups, evenly divided between male and female noses. Twelve different nose designs keep things fresh and exciting. Each cup has a 12-ounce capacity.

Also check out the fun Pick Your Nose Animal Paper Cups

Other cool Fred & Friends Products:

Hopside down beer glass

Doomed Crystal Skull shot glass

Switch Salt and Pepper Dispenser

Glass Milk Carton

Calf and Half




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WEEKEND RETREAT | TOKYO | Image

WEEKEND RETREAT | TOKYO

This original weekend retreat is located in the woods just outside of Tokyo in Japan. The dreamy retreat was designed by Shin Ohori of General Design Co, It features two main cabins that include a kitchen, bathroom and living area. Two yellow dome tents are used as year-round bedrooms. source...
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NOMAD COLLAPSIBLE HOT TUB | Image

NOMAD COLLAPSIBLE HOT TUB

Ever felt like taking a hot bath out in the wild after a long day hiking? Well now you can thanks to the awesome Nomad Collapsible Hot Tub. The portable tub packs into a dry duffle bag and allows for up to five people to soak in hot water. The tub should be set close to a water source so you can fill it with water, once the tub is full, you have the option of heating the water with the water heater coil(heated by propane, natural gas or firewood). Happy camping! via...
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FOREST HOUSE | BY JOHNSTON ARCHITECTS | Image

FOREST HOUSE | BY JOHNSTON ARCHITECTS

This sustainable home by Johnston Architects has a unique design and adopts a concept of sustainability that includes both the water supply, but also the power consumed. Made of 85% wood it features a modern interior enhanced by a minimal exterior design. The house looks amazing and its sustainable sources of power provide enough energy to keep it glowing in the coldest of winters....
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