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YankMe Candles Yank Your Chain with Disgusting Candle Scents

by Hazel Chua
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Yankee Candle has been around for a long time. You’ve probably been gifted a candle or two from their various lines, which include the Man Candles which feature scents like “Mmm, Bacon” and “Riding Mower.”

And then there’s YankMe Candle.

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YankMe basically sells candles that look a lot like Yankees’, save for the fact that they’re funner, weirder, and feature completely outrageous scents. For example, their current offerings include scents like Dog Vomit, Skid Marks, and Dutch Oven (eww!)

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The foul smells will hit you the moment you remove the cap from YankMe’s candles, so brace yourself. Obviously YankMe knows they won’t sell many candles this way, so they’ve cleverly incorporated the advertised scent into a patent pending smelly disc, which you’ll find sitting on top of the actual candle.

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Once you throw that out, you can then light the candle to allow its actual scent to waft out and make your home smell like home again. YankMe candles sell for $14.99(USD) each. Somebody, please light a match.

[via This Is Why I’m Broke]



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