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I am talking heat-changing Henry VIII mugs!!!

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Does your heart soar at the thought of literature puns and art history products? Because mine does. Example: For my birthday, I asked for this Van Gogh mug.

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"What did you get AnaMaria for her birthday!?" —my friends.

"Um, well, a mug. But that's what she wanted! I swear!" —my boyfriend.

But I have good news for nerds like me: The Unemployed Philosopher's Guild is like the best friend that just gets you.

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This Brooklyn-based company creates quirky products that your high school AP English teacher would have been genuinely happy to receive.

A few of my favorite products, below!

1. A Ben Franklin experiment guaranteed to make tea drinkers rejoice. Finally, a mug not intended for coffee!

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Electrici-TEA, amirite?

Get it from Amazon for $14.95 or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $13.95.

2. Magnetic finger puppets created four score and seven years ago. They'll really make your refrigerator pop [art].

Get them from Amazon for $8.99 or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $6.95.

3. Mug shot glasses so clever, it's a crime. Wink.

Get six shot glasses from Amazon for $16.95 or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $16.95.
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Get six shot glasses from Amazon for $16.95 or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $16.95.

4. A sticky note booklet that'll make you ~wonder~ why you don't already own it.

This is a wonderful addition to my life, thank you very much. Get it from Amazon for $8.95 or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $6.50.
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This is a wonderful addition to my life, thank you very much.

Get it from Amazon for $8.95 or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $6.50.

5. A heat-changing mug that's trying to get over a fear of asteroids. It co-wrote the song "Great Balls of Fire" to cope.

"T-Rex: The Rolling Stone Interview."Get it from Amazon for $14.95 or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $13.95.
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"T-Rex: The Rolling Stone Interview."

Get it from Amazon for $14.95 or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $13.95.

6. Albert Einstein and Charles Darwin dolls that are ~relatively~ cuddly. It seems natural to select these as a gift.

These bad boys stand at about 12 inches tall. Get them from Amazon for $18.95 (left) and $18.95 (right) or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $18.95.
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These bad boys stand at about 12 inches tall.

Get them from Amazon for $18.95 (left) and $18.95 (right) or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $18.95.

7. John Lennon and Salvador Dali saint candles designed to infuse your home with creativity. So effective, it's surreal.

Get them from Amazon for $12.95 (available in 11 styles) or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $12.95.

8. Freudian slippers you won't regret buying. But while id is a great investment, please note they don't do well with parents.

These slippers will become very obsessed with your mother, to be specific.Get it from Amazon for $24.95 or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $24.95.
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These slippers will become very obsessed with your mother, to be specific.

Get it from Amazon for $24.95 or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $24.95.

9. Planet plates so cool, they're out of this world. It will finally be possible to have drops of Jupiter in your hands.

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Not your hair, but this is close.

Get a set of 11 plates from Amazon for $39.95 or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $38.95.

10. A Shakespearean insult t-shirt adorned with classic lines such as, "you Banbury cheese" and "thou deboshed fish thou."

Honestly, we can learn an insult or two from this guy. Get it from Amazon for $10.69+ or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $21.95 (available in sizes S-XXL).
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Honestly, we can learn an insult or two from this guy.

Get it from Amazon for $10.69+ or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $21.95 (available in sizes S-XXL).

11. A Mad Hatter medicine case known to be quite the party animal. It's always throwing tea parties and such.

Get it from Amazon for $13.95 or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $12.95.
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Get it from Amazon for $13.95 or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $12.95.

12. RetireMints for the couple ready to say, "goodbye tension, hello pension!"

Get it from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $3.
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Get it from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $3.

13. A magnetic dress-up set that helps you help find an #ootd for Frida Kahlo.

Get it from Amazon for $14.95 or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $14.95.
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Get it from Amazon for $14.95 or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $14.95.

14. A heat-changing mug currently employed as a magician. Can make all of Henry VIII's wives disappear.

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Although, I guess it's possible his wives have just stepped out for the day? Maybe they went Boleyn.

Get it from Amazon for $13.95 or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $13.95.

15. A bath soap guaranteed to produce suds and sensibility. Will also get rid of grime and prejudice, thankfully.

Get it from Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $3.95.
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Get it from Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $3.95.

16. Ceramic bowls designed with the idea that mathematical proof is, in fact, in the pudding.

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Theorems by Euclid, Hippasus, Pythagoras, and Gauss are featured in these bowls. (I loathe math, but this is amazing.)

Get a set of four from Amazon for $29.95 or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $29.95.

17. An Alice in Wonderland sticky note booklet perfect for organizing trips down the rabbit hole.

Get it from Amazon for $8.95 or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $6.50.
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Get it from Amazon for $8.95 or from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $6.50.

Me, wondering why I don't own all of the above products already.

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What about you, dear readers? Love any of the products above?