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Amazon has a list of products called “Movers and Shakers,” which is pretty much just fancy talk for things that are currently ~trending~.
This week, people's purchasing habits are showing that adults are also afraid of spiders, and being grown up is stupid. Light-up shoes, middle-finger umbrellas, unnecessary pool floats, indulgent foods...basically I feel validated now in knowing that no one else wants to grow up either.
1. This very creepy but very science-y Cup of Caterpillars that turn into butterflies ($16.49).
They come super teeny-tiny and then you feed them and they grow.
Most promising review: "Bought these for my kids for Easter. It was so much fun to watch the transformation! We received 5 caterpillars in each container and every one of them emerged as a butterfly! I'd recommend this to anyone, and we'll probably do it again next year. Easy to take care of, easy 'maintenance'. Just a little bit gross removing the chrysalis' from the container, as you have to peel away poop and silks." —Michelle Dombrowski
Get it here.
2. This very cute coin bank with a meowing kitten inside who pulls your money down into the box ($12.98).
3. These light-up shoes that will make you feel like a fearless adult-child ($30.56 to $50).
4. This spider-catching stick thingy that allows you to grab the spidey without hurting it and safety throw it the fuck outside as fast as possible ($22.37).
5. This Lodge cast-iron skillet that will literally change your life and your food in the best way possible ($15.92).
6. This aerator that makes a perfect gift for literally any human who appreciates wine ($8.49).
7. This Alex and Ani Lotus Peace Petals bracelet that is perfect for stacking ($21).
8. This little knife disguised as a house key that is perfect for all those pesky little tasks like cutting strings and opening packages ($3.95).
9. This enormous swan pool float that is big enough to fit multiple grown-ass adults ($30.89).
10. This multipurpose pressure cooker/slow cooker/rice cooker that is pretty much everything you need as far as cooking vessels go ($87.52).
11. This set of four silicone mats that can be used as pot holders, jar openers, or trivets ($8.99).
12. This beard shampoo and conditioner that will leave you feeling moisturized and not smelling weird ($37).
13. The waterproof GoPro Session, which is the brand's simplest and easiest-to-use camera ($199.99).
Most promising review: "The Session is the coolest GoPro I've tested out. In testing it out, I was impressed that it is largely controlled via the big top button: click for on + record, then click it again to stop recording + turn off. I can't believe how small this little dude is. Note that the price has come DOWN A LOT. This camera originally sold for $400. That is a lot of cash." —Spencer in Seattle
Get it here.
14. Chrissy Teigen's cookbook Cravings, which eschews the whole "healthy celebrity food" trend ($17.67).
15. This George Washington wig, which is probably indicative of school play season ($9.95).
16. This hemp wick that any true stoner will recognize ($6.99).
17. These reusable adhesive silicone nipple covers that are perfect for wearing under a backless dress ($25).
18. This super cute (and enormous) set of Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 camera and photo accessories ($33.99).
19. This cleansing oil by DHC that is basically a makeup remover, face wash, and moisturizer all in one ($23.39).
20. The gorgeous Lorac Pink Champagne Palette, which you can only get on Amazon ($19).
21. This backseat organizer that's intended for children but also works perfectly for keeping your backseat stocked with snacks, tools, tissues, dog treats, etc. ($7.23).
22. This umbrella with a not-so-subtle reminder that you have zero time for sidewalk bullshit ($12.99).
Some reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.