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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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WATERTOWER HOME | BY ZECC ARCHITECTS

Located in Soest, Netherlands, the Watertower is a one of a kind residence. It´s a old industrial watertower (which dates from 1931) converted in to a house with 9 floors! This ambitious project was developed by Zecc Architects, they encountered many challenges like: maintaining the interior’s industrial characteristics, letting more daylight in and ensuring an effective, efficient layout....
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HELINOX COT ONE

After a good day hiking, nothing is more appreciated than a good nights rest. Helinox are experts in lightweight outdoor adventure equipment, their Cot One moves the outdoor adventurer up to the next level of comfort, it is one very strong, stable and comfortable camp bed. It features Helinox´s unique tension system that provides a strong support and quick, simple set up. Despite the ultra lightweight construction (weighs less than 2 kg) the Cot One can sleep an adu...
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MASTERWAL PING PONG TABLE

Designed by Japanese designer Mikiya Kobayashi for Masterwal, a furniture manufacturer in Japan, this beautiful ping pong table is both minimalist and classy. The exceedingly simple, yet elegant table also serves as a regular table for meals too, simply remove the leather net and your ready to serve dinner. Made with an elegant walnut wood frame, the UA1 table is stripped down to its essence and features a singular solid brass line running through the center of the ...
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