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CD Holders Look Like Candy

by Shane McGlaun
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I like to play PC games as often as I can find time and when I switch the discs out I don’t usually put them back in their box. I tend to leave them sitting around my desk on the label side. I figure that what the label side is for honestly.

If you don’t like putting your CD or DVDs up either, but want something a bit more colorful than simply laying the discs on your desk, the Kisses Compact Disk Rest is for you. The things look like the little Hersey’s chocolates of the same name.

You take you CD or DVD and sit the hole onto the point of the Kisses holder and it holds your CD. The things aren’t cheap at $17.50 (USD). I think you could probably buy about 500 real chocolate kisses for that much, use them to hold your CDs, and eat them in a pinch.




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Comments (2):

  1. XpAcErX says:

    I was just thinking to myself recently why are there were no cd holder products out there for a ridiculous price. Imagine my surprise when i say this news :P

  2. Ragnogroth says:

    My first thought was..
    Lego? CD holder? Lego? CD holder? What would hurt the most? I would probably least step on a CD holder.

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