Here are three ways to put this skull and
crossbones cross-utensils dinner plate to good use:
1.Mount it on the wall to add a little goth style to your kitchen.
2. If you are poisoning someone, serve them a big pile of food on this plate, wait until they’ve eaten enough to reveal the image, and then say, “Yeah I just poisoned you.”
3. Give it as a gift to a friend who has questionable cooking skills.
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My friend Katelyn is terrified of flying. Like, sweating, crying, white-knuckles-gripping-the-armrest terrified. We took a trip to Hawaii a few years ago and things got really turbulent about halfway through the flight. I tried to comfort her by cracking jokes, holding her hand, and listing off air travel safety statistics, but ultimately the only thing that worked was when I randomly started humming “Let it be, let it be…” She started laughing, joined in, and we sang that song on repeat for the next hour or so. Super annoying for everyone sitting around us? Yes. Proof that these are powerful words? Definitely. [$12, Letter Happy] Keep reading »
If you want to spice up your home decor situation, try hanging this sweet little embroidery hoop on your living room wall. “Fight Club” fans will immediately recognize the quote, people who haven’t seen the movie will be confused, and everyone will feel vaguely threatened. Mission accomplished. [$12, Valerie Photo] Keep reading »
Is this t-shirt simple? Yes. Straight to the point? Definitely. Delightfully specific? Of course. Curiously poetic? You betcha. Last question: Would you wear it? [$22, dpcted] Keep reading »
“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2″ hits theaters in less than two weeks. This awesome lightning bolt necklace is the perfect accessory for a midnight screening, and unlike, say, a floor-length Gryffindor robe, it’s subtle enough to wear to work the day after. [$12, ChrysDesignsJewelry] Keep reading »
I have one of Berkley Illustration’s awesome shark-wearing-a-suit prints hanging in my house, but now they’ve expanded their offerings to include this bottle opener featuring the world’s best-dressed great white. A quirky piece of art that also opens my beer? Yes, please! [$6, Berkley Illustration] Keep reading »
A nearly invisible thread connects the two leaf pendants on this necklace, which makes it look like they’re floating on your collarbone. The result is a gorgeous and unique piece of jewelry, although it might cause strangers to stare at your chest (not super enjoyable). And possibly start rumors that you’re a witch (always enjoyable). [$14.99, Anatego] Keep reading »
I’ve never seen anything quite like this elk bracelet. Everything about it — from the the rhinestone face to the majestic antlers and four chunky gold chains encircling the wrist — is so delightfully strange. Wear it with your sweet sundresses to hit up parties and concerts this summer. Not only will it add a dose of bling to your outfit, I’m sure you could use those antlers as a weapon if things got out of hand. [$7.80, cutecharmjewelry] Keep reading »
What kind of people might want to wear this gold-plated pretzel necklace, you ask? Here are a few that spring to mind immediately: salty snack enthusiasts, employees of Auntie Anne’s, swing dancers, Seinfeld fans (“This necklace is making me thirsty!”), and people who go to baseball games just for the food. The only demographic I can think of that might not be into it? Those who prefer their pretzel necklaces unsalted. [$13, Chrys Designs] Keep reading »
Show your true colors in this vintage apron printed with the not-so-subtle message, “To Hell With Housework.” Because even if you like cooking and cleaning (tell me your secret!), there’s no harm in doing your chores with a little rebellious flair. [$12.50, lulouandada] Keep reading »