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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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