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Glowing S’mores Sticks are Camping Necessities

by Shane McGlaun
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It’s getting harder and harder to make S’mores on camping trips these days. Back in my day when all the hangers were metal, all you needed was a bit of hand strength to bend said hanger, and a campfire. Today with all the plastic hangers, it’s not so easy. You can use a stick, but no one wants surprise bark inside their marshmallow, and melted plastic definitely won’t do.

Thankfully, ThinkGeek has some awesome glow in the dark telescoping S’more sticks that are perfect for roasting multiple marshmallows at one time.

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The sticks can extend up to 32″, keeping you away from the flames, while the marshmallows get nice and toasty. The plastic handle at the end glows in the dark so you can find these when your kid decides they really do want a S’more right after you pack everything up.

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The sticks come in a set of two for $14.99. This is exactly what you need for those camping trips, assuming it’s not 115ºF where you live, as it is in Texas right now. We don’t even need a fire to roast marshmallows here.

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