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Guest from Canada about  Blackbeard:
Title: Arrrr-dorable
Mister Edward Teach fits in very well with my pirate-themed decor. I have him next to pirate books on my bookshelf next to what I have discovered to be his soft spot - a miniature stuffed puppy with an eye patch.
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Guest from usa about  Disappointmints:
Title: Disappointing to say the least
Great catchy slogan and package. Nice tasty mints.
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Guest from Virginia about  Frida Kahlo Reflections:
Title: Love these artsy notes
I was given these notes as a gift by my daughter who knows I am a huge Frida fan. Whenever I use them, they make me smile. I have replenished my notes and bought them for artsy friends. They are a delight.
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Guest from Livonia, MI about  Disappointmints:
Title: Meeting Expectations
I ordered "Dissapoint - mints" and the product was shipped to me quickly. However, the size of the product was a bit small and didnt justify the price. I will say that this is a good collectors item though.
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Guest from College Station, TX about  Disappointmints:
Title: Not "disappointed"!
Absolutely loved the "Dissapointmints". Gave them out to anyone and everyone. Mints are good too!!
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Guest from California about  Kafka Card:
Title: The Inimitable Mr. K.
Of the cards I have ordered, this is my favorite. I like the image of Kafka, briefcase in hand, heading to the insurance office where he worked. Only there is a beetle on the outside of his valise, superb detail. The quotations on the stickers are well chosen, and including some that are exquisite paradoxes, the essence of Kafka's thinking. My personal favorite among the quotations: "The Messiah will come when he is no longer needed." One could write a whole essay on the meaning of this.
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Guest from California about  Karl Marx Card:
Title: Everybody's favorite, but what about his rival?
I like this card very much. My only complaint is that there is no Mikhail Bakunin card! One is long overdue for this Russian anarchist, friend and then rival of Marx.
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Jennifer from Grand Rapids/MI about  TARDIS Mug:
Title: Lovely but peels
Dec 10, 2012
Lovely images, but started to peel, though I've only ever hand-washed it. Still fun to use, but I dearly wish it wasn't peeling.

     UPG RESPONSE: The mug shouldn't peel! Contact us and we will send a replacement.
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Guest from Denver, CO about  Dorothy Parker Martini:
Title: Martini Glasses
Had an original (?) with the black lettering on the glass. It disappeared. No problem, it can be replace and it was with a neat shiny etched stemmed glass. Will hod enough to follow through on Dorothy Parker. Have a great time.
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Guest from West Coast USA about  Disappointmints:
Title: disapointmints ROCK
This little box of Mints ROCKED!. Many persons who saw them asked to try them and "Are they Bitter"? is the most asked question. Strong mints and good Ice breaker. Very well done.
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Guest from Cedar Park, Texas about  Leonardo Watch:
Title: Challenging
I originally bought this to give it to my grandson... I still may but I am going to enjoy it first.
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Guest from Surprise,AZ about  Disappointmints:
Title: The End
Obama is finishing what Clinton started and Bush Jr. continued.
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Guest from San Diego about  Marx Brothers:
Title: A big hit
Surprise unbirthday gift to a friend, devoted fan of Marx bros was much appreciated
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Guest from DC about  Disappointmints:
Title: I'm sorry I love these
I bought these for myself because I'm so disappointed in President Obama. Then I gave the tin away and realized I needed more. It's terrible that he's been such a disappointment in so many ways. I keep hoping for CHANGE!
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Guest from Scituate, MA about  Disappointmints:
Title: Big Hit !
These mints were such a hit with everyone I gave them to. Only regrest I didn't buy more.
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Guest from Australia about  Psychologists Puppet Set:
Title: The right fit for professionals and patients
Am giving it to my friend who's a child psychologist. I can see it as an extension of the therapy.She and clients I 'm sure will love it.
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Guest from New Mexico about  Frida Kahlo:
Title: Gorgeous
This item is adorable, a worthy addition to the collection of any Frida Kahlo afficionado.
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Guest from Raleigh NC about  Michelle Obama Card:
Title: Perfect
Loved the card and already shared the cards purchased and your web site with many others!!
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Guest from Raleigh NC about  Barack Obama Card:
Title: Great card!!
Loved the card just as is. Shared with others and plan to purchase more in the future. Thank you for a wonderful product.
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Guest from sc about  Disappointmints:
Title: Disappointmints
Great hunmorous item even though it's not-makes a statemint
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Guest from West Wyoming, PA about  Harry Houdini:
Title: MAGICAL
I used this item for a recent Magic effect performed for a large group of MAgicians and they loved it. The Dorothy PArker puppet doubled for Houdini's wife Bess. Great prop for a great price (and the head magnet came in useful too!).
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Guest from colorado springs about  TARDIS Mug:
Title: Most amazing mug ever
This is the most epic coffee mug probably ever. I have a geek out moment everytime I put coffee in it! Also, the graphics seem to be doing fine for me since I've been hand washing it.
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Guest from Australia about  F-stop Watch:
Title: F-Stop Watch
I quite like the idea and look of this watch. It is fun to use and gets good comments. The tin box that it comes in is also quite novel. The only thing I don't like is the squarish and sharp edges where the strap band attaches. This makes it uncomfortable when I fold my arms and leaves deep impressions in my other arm. I prefer a smooth transition from face to band, like a Swatch watch. Still, it is highly recommended.
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Guest from Atlanta, GA about  Here's Looking at Euclid!:
Title: A must have if you're, well, me.
If you're a lesbian math and classic movie geek like myself, and you're looking for like-minded souls, I highly recommend wearing one of these to Dragon*Con. Anyone who gets both sides of the pun is obviously a like-minded soul. It is especially impressive if you can follow up their "cool shirt!" comment with an explanation of the diagram and exactly which of Euclid's postulate it portrays. Note: this behavior OUTSIDE of Dragon*Con might get you seriously injured.
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Guest from Atlanta, GA about  Great Philosophers:
Title: Philosophy is Phun
These stick to the white board in my office. All of my students and fellow philosophy profs love them, and have fun trying to identify all four philosophers. I might give extra credit to the first one to successfully do so. Everyone gets Socrates, some get Kant, but so far, no one has figured out Nietzsche (yes, I did spell that without looking it up) or Hegel. And so far, alas, no one has put on a puppet show with them. I'm thinking of bringing the Kant one to class the next time I teach the categorical imperative.
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