BuzzFeed We hope you love the products we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a small share of sales from the links on this page. Psst! Amazon has a section featuring products that people put on their wish lists and registries most often. Here are some of the coolest and most useful products from that section this week: 1. A card game called "What Do You Meme?" that's basically the internet joke version of Cards Against Humanity. amazon.com, amazon.com Each round starts with a classic meme (like Awkward Moment Seal or First World Problems crying lady). All the players anonymously put down their captions and the person who placed the original meme card picks their favorite. Promising review: "This is a funny game. I find it more raunchy than Cards Against Humanity. The cards are either pretty innocent or WAY over the line. This had us all cracking up the entire game." —Amazon CustomerPrice: $29.99 2. A Bush Craft 101 survival book you should read if you're ever worried about getting lost in the woods. Adams Media Promising review: "So, I sat down with this book, a glass of scotch, and one of my completely manly dogs (read: Pomeranian). Then I surrounded myself with knives, snares, axes, saws, and various other implements of survival. After about a page and a half, I realized that this book was great. After two pages, I was learning. After ten pages? I was making modifications to camping gear and even getting rid of some. Halfway through the book I sprouted a brand new mountain man beard. Flannel sprang forth from my chest. and the scent of pine leapt forth from my pores. By the end of the book I had constructed a fire, a lean-to, and was cooking a rabbit, all while in my air conditioned living room. If you ever have any questions about bushcraft and survival in the wild, this book is a great way to start (thus the 101)." —KlenkPrice: $13.38 3. A pack of colorful plastic balls, so you can have your own germ-free ball pit. amazon.com, amazon.com Promising review: "This is the best thing I bought for my one-year-old's birthday party. She plays in it everyday!!!" —Meghan Velazquez Price: $29.88 for 200 4. A pack of beauty blenders that won't break the bank. amazon.com Promising review: "I love these sponges! These are the only ones I buy." —Mckenna CronbaughPrice: $1.97 5. A Game of Thrones banner you can hang in your castle so everyone knows you pledge allegiance to House Stark. amazon.com Promising review: "I wish the material were thicker, but I love this banner. The detail looks great and I love how long it is. We get a lot of compliments on it when we have company over. If you're a big fan, I definitely recommend getting this." —BillyJoPrice: $13.31 6. A children's neck pillow that looks just like Haku, the river spirit from Spirited Away. amazon.com Promising reivew: "This is an absolutely adorable stuffed animal. My 8-year-old wanted it; we both watch anime and Spirited Away is one of our top favorites. The only 'eh' about it is the random pink splashes on the nose and hands. It DOES show these on the display photos here on the site, so I can't honestly complain about them. If you want to get rid of the pink, you can wash it on gentle." —KaceyPrice: $25.99 7. A cotton candy wig for looking like a sugary fairy. amazon.com, amazon.com Promising review: "For the price of this wig, I could not be happier with it. First of all, the colors are beautiful, and do NOT have an unrealistic shine. Each individual color blends together so smoothly; the makers of this product did an amazing job. The wig feels very realistic and soft. This is synthetic hair, and it can be risky when you buy synthetic hair because they sometimes feel or look like plastic. This is not the case for this wig!" —Amber Marie Get it on Amazon for $14.99. 8. A metallic weekly planner that promises to increase productivity and happiness through pages of tables, questions, and flow-charts. amazon.com Promising review: "This is a super impressive product. The Law of Attraction planner is far higher quality and offers more value than I expected! As someone who buys notebooks for diaries and planning from a lot of companies, this planner is far and away the best I have ever found at any price. Considering the planner offers most of the key self-development processes I have paid hundreds of dollars to get in books or courses, this is a great deal. This is an exceptional self-development tool." —ActionManPrice: $35.95 9. A set of Mickey Mouse cutters you can use to mouse-up your cookies, fruit, and other boring-shaped food. amazon.com, amazon.com Promising review: "I purchased these for a Mickey Mouse–themed birthday party. I made cookie party favors. These shapes were a big hit with the kids and parents too!" —K. Robinson Price: $3.49 10. A waterproof case that can fits all kinds of phones including iPhones 5–7 and the Galaxy Note. amazon.com Promising review: "This is a SUPER solid waterproof case! I've had other types and had some concerns about my devices winding up waterlogged and ruined, mostly because of the less-than-tight closures. This case has dual latches at the top clearly to indicate whether it's open or closed. The instructions are terrific too — they tell you exactly how to test the case to make sure it's working properly, which is great for worriers like me." —AngelaPrice: $6.99 11. A little sailor outfit for your pet or stuffed animal for plenty of impromptu musical numbers around the house. amazon.com, amazon.com Promising review: "This product changed my life: Every time I see my cat he says 'ships ahoy,' and I'm starting to believe my cat is actually a sailor. The outfit is so realistic that he's been offered jobs to run large shipping lines." —Jonathan Z.Price: $8.99 12. A box filled to the gills with delicious Japanese snacks. amazon.com Promising review: "This is my second time ordering, and I love it! The snacks are so cute and yummy — a good 'pick me up.' If you are vegetarian, they do have some gelatin items but they're really easy to spot. It's a great buy! I'm going to buy it for the third time." —CPineapplePrice: $14.99 13. A silicone mold that pops out six little poop emoji swirls for baked goods worth texting about. amazon.com, amazon.com Price: $12.99 14. A set of Halloween food picks for having the spookiest dinner party in town. amazon.com Promising review: "These are so cute and really good quality. I liked the first batch so much I ordered some more for next year." —Carolyn QuigleyPrice: $5.85 15. A cat tree complete with scratching post, hammock, and dangling puff ball. amazon.com, amazon.com Promising review: "Our kitty loves this bed! We got the grande size so she has a little room to hide and a platform for play. She is blind so she has trouble knowing the best place to jump up, but she has no problems with this. We were not sure what to expect when we ordered this but it's extremely sturdy/well-built and the hammock part has a strong frame. She loves the scratching posts on the sides and goes nuts over the hanging ball." —Gwendolyn M. Trust Price: $21.69 16. A set of highlighters for filling your textbooks with all the colors of the rainbow. amazon.com Promising review: "I absolutely adore these mildliners. They're not blindingly fluorescent like usual highlighters, but are generally more muted and pastel (with a couple of exceptions). The pink pack is great for highlighting since all the colors are light and pale. The other two packs have darker/bolder colors, but are still usable for highlighting — the gray and gold are my favorites." —fae Price: $16.72 17. A sticker machine so you can take matters into your own hands and make the stickers you've been dreaming of. amazon.com Promising review: "This is amazing! I have ALWAYS wanted to make my digital drawings into stickers, but I didn't want to order them from a website because you have to order a minimum of 100 or 250+. Now I can make one sticker or 100 stickers! The adhesive is very strong, which is perfect for what I want." —Hope K.Price: $18.49 18. A pack of three baby swaddle blankets covered in patterns that are so cute, you're going to wish someone would swaddle you. amazon.com, amazon.com Promising review: "I LOVE these blankets! The print is on one side, which is similar to most muslin swaddle blankets, but you can see the print through the other side. They are soft and my baby loves cuddling with them and rubbing them on his face. They look just as pictured and came in very nice packaging." —AlysonPrice: $18.19 19. A Pickle Rick Funko doll with a laser for re-enacting one of the goriest episodes in Rick and Morty. amazon.com Price: $10.99 on January 19, 2018. 20. A container of Crayola Bath Dropz that fizz and change bath water into a colorful work of art. amazon.com, amazon.com Dunk a few tablets into water and watch the colors swirl and change. It's basically a bath bomb for kids. Promising review: "These are a huge hit with my 19-month-old. The colors are very vivid and I only need one tablet to tint the entire bath. So far, I haven't noticed any staining. My toddler has fun throwing them in the bath and watching the colors mix. It's very pretty, and the yellow and blue together are fantastic!" —Amazon CustomerPrice: $6.63 21. A pair of bear paw oven mitts for grabbing pies from picnic baskets without burning your paws. amazon.com Promising review: "You know you want them... I have a habit of purchasing whimsical things that are useless, but these actually work great. And since local stores usually charge $9 for one generic oven mitt, I bought these instead and am very satisfied. The claws eventually curl a bit from heat, but the brown paw pad prevents any heat from transferring to my hands. Also it forces the less helpful people in my house to pull things from the oven because then they can wear the bear hands." —Penguin ParadePrice: $18.77 22. A little stationery gadget that spits out adorable little patterns for sprucing up your agenda in record time. amazon.com Promising review: "Excellent! It's like white-out except when you make a mistake you cover it up with little crocs and coffee." —CynthiaPrice: $12.99 23. A grass-like drying rack perfect for holding onto small bits and pieces. amazon.com Promising review: "If you have a baby and all of the bottles, rings, nipples, pacifiers, spoons, etc. that come along with them.... you need this! It looks just like a cute little patch of grass sitting on your counter AND it serves an important purpose: It lets all of those little parts and pieces dry thoroughly! I cannot express how much I adore this product. Highly recommended!" —mrsbrewguymikePrice: $14.99 24. A collection of little critter stickers that will make your scrapbook 100% cuter. amazon.com Promising review: "I love these stickers so much. There are so many to choose from. I actually have a few on my laptop right underneath where my hands rest to type! I'm so surprised that I haven't rubbed them off. Only one has come off, but it was because of me playing with it. These are great for scrapbooking, or just decorating paper. They have a transparent outline as you can see in the photos." —SophiePrice: $2.15 Us throwing money at Amazon right now. 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