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Grenade Necklaces Won’t Blow Your Head off

by Paul Strauss
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If I told you that you could wear a grenade around your neck without risk of explosion, would you do it? Well, thanks to one jewelry artist, you can hang a tiny little hand grenade (finger grenade?) around your neck with no worries.

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Mathmatiks‘ Pineapple Grenade Pendant is one of the few necklaces that I think would look good whether you’re a guy or a girl. They’re available in either a dark gunmetal tone or a lighter silver tone for $50(USD) each. I prefer the gunmetal design as it’s more faithful to the look of an actual grenade – though these ones still aren’t filled with gunpowder.

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If you’re looking to splurge on your explosive projectiles, you can also get a single pineapple or frag grenade, each done up in shiny black with an actual 22k gold-plated handle for $80 each.

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While I love these, I’m not sure what the TSA would have to say to you if you wore them through airport security.

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