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    This Awesomely Nerdy Store Provides The Perfect Way To Show Off Your Nerd Pride

    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 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].

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    Get them from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $6.95.

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

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    Get six shot glasses 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.

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    This is a wonderful addition to my life, thank you very much.

    Get it 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.

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    "T-Rex: The Rolling Stone Interview."

    Get it from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $13.95.

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

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    These slippers will become very obsessed with your mother, to be specific.

    Get it from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $24.95.

    7. 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 The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $38.95.

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

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    Get it from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $14.95.

    9. 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 The Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $13.95.

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

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    Get it from Unemployed Philosophers Guild for $3.95.

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

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    Get it 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?

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