Chicken-Scented Kentucky Fried Crocs Are Finger Lickin’ Fun.

Chicken-scented KFC Crocs

KFC and Crocs unveiled their collaborative clogs at Fashion Week yesterday and the world will never be the same. The Chicken-scented KFC Crocs are covered in a fried chicken print with a striped base, the co-branded shoes come with detachable Jibbitz – charms made to look and smell like fried chicken drumsticks. (more…)

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Moms Can Dream, Right? Control Toys For Out of Control Kids.

control toys for badly behaved children

Everyone has a mother. We don’t choose them and they can range from wonderful to wicked. It’s pretty much luck of the draw. But even the Mom with the best-behaved children could use a break every now and then which is why it’s too bad that these hilarious parody products for parents aren’t actually the real thing. (more…)

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The 2019 Met Gala’s Campiest Fashions

The biggest annual red carpet extravaganza, The Met Gala, chose a theme this year that was apparently lost on some. Curators and co-chairs for this year’s annual fundraiser for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute decided to go with “Camp: Notes on Fashion,” a play on writer Susan Sontag’s seminal essay, “Notes on Camp.” From the looks of it, several opted to ignore the theme and just appeared in formal gowns- albeit beautiful formal gowns- and suits. But others really nailed it and we’ve got pics of the 2019 Met Gala’s Campiest Fashions to prove it. (more…)

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The 10 Weirdest Flavored Candy Canes

The traditional Candy Cane or Peppermint Stick has long been a treat associated with the Holiday Season. Folklore says that in 1670, a choirmaster at Germany’s Cologne cathedral bent the ends of some sugar sticks to represent shepherds’ crooks, and distributed them to youngsters. Thus the familiar shape. Its earliest known association with Christmas was in 1874, and by 1882 canes were being hung on Christmas trees. (more…)

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