As the saying goes, "If you can dream it you can do it" — and creative minds out there seem to have some wonderfully wacky dreams. As a result, TODAY style editor and Bobbie.com's Bobbie Thomas is back with more unique and unusual finds that will make you stop and say "Hmmm."
When it comes to water, the term "crystal clear" historically applies. Today, the folks behind the newest innovation in bottled water, Blk, aim to change this. Their water is a proprietary blend of fulvic acid (a naturally occurring substance found in plant matter) and water from a pure artesian spring fed by aquifers deep within the Canadian wilderness. The formula of humic and fulvic acids is naturally black and absorbs quickly, hydrating you faster than regular water ($55 per case; blkbeverages.com).
If you visit GetCheeky.com, you'll likely either end up giggling or thanking your lucky stars that someone created that one thing you never knew you always wanted. With everything from their Eat Fit($70-160) utensils, which claim to help you work out while you eat, to HickyTats($15) and even Strange Suitcase Stickers($25-55), you can easily spend an hour browsing their inventory.
Cat hairball jewelry
There's a hair-raising new trend popping up everywhere from handmade marketplace (and personal favorite of mine) Etsy to modern jewelry designers. It all started a few months ago with "National Cat Hairball Awareness Day," when cat lover Kate Benjamin and jewelry designer Heidi Abrahamson set out to turn the "furry frustrations" into something chic. The process entails hand-rolling excess hair into soft, dainty beads and then slipping them onto sleek, metal designs. Abrahamson can take custom orders through her website and a portion of the proceeds are given to cat and animal rescue facilities ($135 and up; heidiabrahamson.com). If you're looking to scoop up similar styles, you can also visit Flora Davis' etsy shop, where the San Francisco based artist sells quirky and elegant sculptural necklaces that are sure to delight any cat lover ($95 and up; etsy.com/shop/floradavis).
Wedding ring casket
Breaking up is hard to do, but if you've decided to go your separate ways and you don't want to pawn or redesign your ring, there is one more option to consider — a proper burial for your band. The Wedding Ring Coffin aims to serve as the final resting place for a ring that could otherwise spend eternity banished to the bottom of your jewelry box. Made of solid wood with a mahogany finish, the box comes with an engraved brass plaque that can be customized to convey your final thoughts on the relationship ($34.95; Weddingringcoffin.com).
Perky Pink Cream and Odafree
From anti-aging shampoo and conditioner for your dead hair strands to some of the interesting ingredients that can now be found in face creams, there are items out there for just about everything. Sure enough, there is now a way to keep your girlfriends not only perky, but pink. Pretty Pink Nipple Cream also claims to condition your skin, leaving it smooth and supple ($11.99; bonanza.com). And for those who think that theirs doesn't stink, now maybe it really won't. Odafree is an all natural over-the-counter supplement pill that claims to eliminate a certain organic odor. Imagine how much more comfortable your elevator ride or train commute would be if everyone started taking them ($15; takeawhiff.com)?
Booty and Boyfriend Pillows
When your loved one isn't around to cuddle with, you can still cozy up to the next best thing with a Booty or Boyfriend pillow. Designed with a female derriere in mind, the Booty Pillow is the "world's first male comfort pillow" made of high grade 100 percent Polyurethane foam and shaped to mimic a woman's curves ($29.99; bootypillows.com). Conversely, if you're looking to snuggle up under a warm, soft arm, enter the Boyfriend pillow, the pillow with a built-in hug. The comfortable design will offer you a pleasant night's rest or relaxing way to watch TV ($34.99; wayfair.com).
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