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To boldly go…

Airbrushed Star Trek Enterprise toilet seat. (Insert your own “Number One” joke here.)

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Best seats in the house

Nothing says luxury like a hand-carved leather toilet seat:

Don’t believe me? Just ask “The Happy Hemptress”, shown here proudly displaying her classy rose-and-pot-leaf themed seat:

Just look at that big grin! That toilet seat sure is making her happy! Just think how much happier you would be if you were greeted by that every time nature called.

But maybe you’re aiming (heh) for something more upscale? Perhaps a seat emblazoned with a famous designer logo is more your style:

Or an Amy Winehouse tribute toilet seat that’s both “bejeweled and shellacked” (much like its namesake!)

I’m actually quite fond of this toilet seat featuring gay pulp paperback covers — only I fear I’d be consumed trying to read them all and forget why I went in there in the first place:

This next one poses an interesting metaphysical dilemma: If said “dump” is in progress, then why is the lid down? And if the lid is up and the sign thus obscured, is the aforementioned activity actually happening? Wouldn’t this make more sense as a sign on the door?

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The sweet smell of- wait, what?

Need to mask embarrassing bathroom odors? Urine luck! “Bring the industrial chemical freshness of a public restroom right to your home” with the Urinal Cake candle.

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Super-tacky Bowl XLVI

Coming soon to a front yard in Pennsylvania: Michael Vick windchimes take on the Pittsburgh Steelers birdhouse in a battle for the championship.

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Glue Blood

Sadly, Grandma has since been banned from the crafts room at the nursing home.

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Things that go ‘AIEEEEE!’ in the night

clown_nightlightRemember when you were young and scared of the dark, and your parents put a nightlight in your room to help you overcome your fears?

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Bathroom Makeover: Extreme Edition

rabbit_toiletSure, you could impress guests by having an ultra-modern bathroom, complete with a fancy Japanese washlet (“the first intelligent, “aware of you” toilet that takes personal hygiene to a new level”!) and a $47,200 bathtub.

Or you could just crochet over everything, from the toilet to the liquid soap dispenser.

And don’t forget the all-important holiday-themed toilet paper cozies!

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You’d cry, too, if Mom made you sit on that couch


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