Candles are good for some things, like killing the stench of unwashed bodies after binging years of Game of Thrones episodes in one weekend sans shower leading up to the new season’s debut. You don’t want just any scent covering up the B.O.
Do you want your house to smell like Wookiee? What about Rancor? Worse yet, the inside of a Tauntaun. Well, thanks to these Star Wars candles, you can choose from 15 pungent fragrances based on the original trilogy and make your home smell… weird.
They’re offering three sets of five scents, each based on one of the three original Star Wars movies.
Candles are good because they make your room smell nice… and because fire. But if you want to mess with people who like candles, you might want to get some of these to give your friends at the office Christmas party that will be here before you know it.
These prank candles start out smelling nice, and then as they melt they go straight to stank.
When I was a kid, solving a Rubik’s Cube was considered an extremely difficult task for most. These days, there are armies of kids who can solve a Rubik’s Cube in seconds. So now they’ve moved on to increasingly more complex cubes to add to the challenge.
It’s a common trope in science fiction that when a character is enduring some sort of mental or psychokinetic overload that their nose bleeds. For me, it just happens when the air is too dry or I’ve been blowing my nose too hard.
Everyone gets homesick from time to time. A part of you will always miss the place where you grew up. So these Homesick Candles can bring back the memories by filling the room with your home state’s unique scents.
When I was about ten, my parents took my brother and I to Disney. He was about five and we got into this argument in the elevator of the Haunted Mansion about if the costumed figure standing there was real or a mannequin.
Hanukkah 2015 is just a few weeks away, but there’s still enough time to buy a new menorah if your old one is looking a little worn out. Being a total ’80s geek, I can think of no better way to celebrate the holiday than with this 8-bit Menorah.
With a pixelated look from the base all the way through the blinky LED candles, it’s a great way to celebrate the tradition, and not have to worry about starting a fire.
Just don’t expect these candles to burn all night long.
One of the most elemental aspects of the terrific 1997 Luc Besson-directed sci-fi flick The Fifth Element are “The Elemental Stones.” These four tan-colored bricks, which feature grooved patterns, represent earth, air, fire and water and are part of a device that is powerful enough to destroy the Great Evil before the villain annihilates our planet.
If you want to set the mood when you’re gaming, don’t just get the Cheetos and 2-liter bottle of Mountain Dew. Use these candles as well. They’re gamer candles from Gametee. They smell like your games.
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.
Whether you worship at the Holy Church of Leia or follow the Sanctity of the Sith Lords, you need some candles to go with your strange hokey movie religion. Check out these Star Wars Prayer candles from Etsy seller Greaser Creatures.
If there’s one thing geeks love as much as video games, it’s setting things on fire. And while these nerdy candles won’t give off the kind of a lightshow you might get from fireworks, they’re a nice way to bring a little mood lighting to your nerdy pad.
Oh to be 5 years old and have your aunt make you a Transformers birthday cake! And an awesomely rendered one at that!
This is coming to you from the same lovely lass who takes time out to knit Transformers-themed washcloths for her children.