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nom nom Scarves Are For the Cold and Incredibly Hungry

by Hazel Chua
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Scarves are meant to be worn so you can keep your neck warm and comfy when the elements are being particularly harsh. But aside from their functional purposes, they’re also great for making fashion statements whenever you want to.

If you’ve run out of ideas for shapes to fold your Origami Scarves into, then give it a rest and show off your love for food with these nom nom Scarves.

nom nom Scarves

They’re 100% acrylic and 0% eatable, and they come in two delectable designs: Bacon and Eggs, and Sushi. Don’t get them if you’re on a diet though, because you’ll probably find yourself chowing down on more bacon than you should.

nom nom Scarves

The nom nom Scarves are available from ThinkGeek for $29.99 (USD) each.

[via Gadgets Matrix]

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