Life is a series of ups and downs. Sometimes, it feels like everything has fallen into place. Other times, it might seem like everything is falling apart. For those latter moments, just remember to keep calm and carry on, and light one of these candles by the Flicking Candle Company while you’re at it.
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.
Candles are one of those things you can recycle again and again (in theory), because they’re basically just made from melted wax and nothing more. I say “in theory” because most people don’t really bother to re-melt and mold melted wax after a single use.
If Kentucky Fried Chicken is finger licking good, what is a Kentucky Fried Chicken candle? Nostril sniffin’ good? These candles will really set the mood if you find KFCs to be romantic. Light one up, get your bucket of bones, meat and grease ready and dig in for a special night.
Looking for a way to dress up your dining table, but don’t want to go with an ordinary candleholder? These unique candleholders are definitely conversation starters, since you’ll have a hard time figuring out if they’re 2-dimensional or 3-dimensional.
Devotional candles are great for, you know, showing your religious devotion. They also come in handy for when the power goes out, as many people found out in the recent hurricane on the East Coast. I think it’s about time that we put a geeky spin on these candles.
Turn the lights out and light your candles. It’s Halloween in a matter of days and we all know that dark houses set the mood for a creepier atmosphere.
And what better candle could you possibly get for this ghoulish time of the year than this Bleeding Skull Candle from ThinkGeek?
Yeah, I can’t believe it either, but Halloween is just weeks away. If you’re looking for some fun ideas to decorate your pad for every geeks favorite holiday, why not send Igor out to steal you a brain in a jar?
When harnessed properly, atomic energy can probably be used to meet the world’s energy requirements and then some. Despite its potential, nuclear energy is also very dangerous. So dangerous, in fact, that New York-based artist Nao Matsumoto distributed thousands of middle finger candles that he had molded earlier to show what he thinks about it.
Have I told you guys how much I love trolling around the aisle of the new Makers Market? If you haven’t stopped by there yet, you owe it to yourself to check out this new online emporium of everything DIY.