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    15 WTF Things You Can Buy From Anthropologie When You've Officially Given Up

    WHO'S READY FOR EXPENSIVE TRASH CANS?

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    1. These $129 (originally priced $188) ~ridged iron bins~:

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    Kristin: Are these just fancy trash cans?

    Chrissy: So, basically me.

    Kristin: This is what would get shown to me if I ever went on House Hunters, like, "Here's a trash can with an adjacent studio trash can that you can use as a guest cottage!"

    2. This $898 shag puff dressing chair:

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    Kristin: This is a Pokémon only available to rich people.

    Chrissy: Damn, just adopt a dog. It's cheaper.

    Kristin: Who needs a dog when you've got a furry chair and an ancient curse!

    3. This unsettling $179 (originally priced $268) archipelago duck tureen:

    http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/product/shopsale-home/F33744202.jsp#/
    http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/product/shopsale-home/F33744202.jsp#/

    Chrissy: This is what passive-aggressive vegans give people as wedding presents.

    Kristin: This duck is weirdly OK with being so low on the food chain, like, "Hi, here's the human fork and knife you'll need to eat me later! Oh, don't worry about me, I'm just a duck with a butt full of soup!"

    4. This $298–$398 reclaimed wood side table:

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    Chrissy: I'm literally stumped.

    Kristin: Is this for people who love camping, but also hate everything about camping?

    5. This creepy-as-hell $398 gilded hare lamp:

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    Kristin: This lamp is not even pretending that it doesn't look like a rabbit cut into pieces.

    Chrissy: That's shady.

    6. This $78 tassel fringe cuff:

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    Kristin: Why does her wrist need a mustache? Is it starting a barbershop quartet?

    Chrissy: Is this fur real?

    7. This $168 vestige bathtub caddy:

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    http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/product/home-bath/27863539.jsp#/

    Kristin: Recycling is great, but this is literally a piece of wood.

    Chrissy: I didn't realize old planks of wood were also "bathtub caddies." Next, they'll being selling leaves and calling them "reclaimed loofahs."

    Kristin: And when you accidentally hit this with your knee and knock your phone into the tub, you can sell said phone as a "reclaimed paperweight."

    8. These $1,249 (originally priced $1,942) squirrel and woodpecker hand-carved woodlore sconces and lamp:

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    Chrissy: Squirrels are basically tree rats, and I don't want no tree rats in my house.

    Kristin: This would be more accurate if all the lightbulbs were shaped like french fries.

    9. This $358 teacup table lamp:

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    Chrissy: Lol, this is me trying every DIY project.

    Kristin: Yeah, the tutorial for this lamp is called How to Completely Give Up and Go to Ikea, in 487 easy steps.

    10. This suspicious $48 handheld tieback:

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    Chrissy: Nothing makes me feel more at ease than the illusion of a man hovering behind my curtains at all times.

    Kristin: For when the theme of your decor is "human servitude."

    11. This $58 reclaimed axle shelf:

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    Chrissy: The only good thing about this shelf is that you could wake up every day and say, "Morning, wood!" to it.

    Kristin: Hey, if you want to find a way to make your home look more broken than it actually is, I have a series of past apartments you might be interested in.

    12. This $199 (originally priced $298) captured keepsake wall art:

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    Chrissy: Pretty sure for $2 I could pick up a pair of these from a thrift store and actually see them IRL.

    Kristin: I wasn't really mad about this until I realized you could probably get an actual pair of glasses for less than this.

    13. This $1,249 (originally priced $1,498) Sigrid armchair:

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    Kristin: How dare they skin a wild Santa. He is endangered.

    Chrissy: When cats finally band together and murder us all, their first mission will be to turn all our chairs into what they always wanted: this.

    14. This $149 (originally priced $348) kept postcards wallpaper:

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    http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/product/shopsale-home/34434811.jsp#/

    Kristin: So is the theme of this room is "Women Who Would Be Really Pissed to Learn That You Aren't Giving Your Kid the Smallpox Vaccine"?

    Chrissy: Nothing like a floor-to-ceiling collage of dead strangers to really warm up the place.

    15. This $34 horned beauty bottle opener:

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    Chrissy: These bottle openers are horny as hell.

    Kristin: Hands down the best thing on Gaston's Pinterest board.