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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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SOLAR MASON JAR

California-based Moonshiner Co. have given the classic mason jar a creative and useful twist, they have equipped it with a solar panel lid and low-profile LED lights inside, creating a lamp that provides up to 12 hours of warm, glowing light from one full charge. The 32 oz. Solar Mason Jar also features a magnetic clasp on the lid for turning it on & off. source...
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POLAR BEAR DRAIN STOPPER | Image

POLAR BEAR DRAIN STOPPER

Created by designer Chaiyut Plypetch, the Polar bear drain stopper is one of those clever inventions with a message. With global warming changing the climate patterns, wildlife such as the polar bear is struggling to keep alive. Enjoy your warm bath and let the Polar bear peacefully float arround and remind you to take action to help him....
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NBK RESIDENCE | BY BERNARD KHOURY | Image

NBK RESIDENCE | BY BERNARD KHOURY

This impressive apartment is home to famous Lebanese Architect Bernard Khoury. Located in Beirut, the 4000 square foot N.B.K. Residence is spread across three levels on the ninth and last level of the apartment block. It features 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, an amazing floor-to ceiling library with a steel grating bridge crossing the entire room, a swimming pool and an spectacular view over Beirut and the surrounding mountains. via...
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