We are not kidding. Hanson has a beer, and it’s called Mmmhops. But the men of Hanson aren’t the only musicians who have lent their name to a quirky product over the years. Many artists have made it possible to shop for a wide variety of items from the mundane (perfume and hot sauce) to the wacky (handcuffs and sex toys). See if you can tell the real goods from the fake ones:
Harder, better, faster, stronger . . . and, most importantly, not pregnant.
Tasty morsels guaranteed to make your cat roar.
Scientists still working on formula for Justin Bieber remover.
Your final resting place is going to look so badass — now about your embalmer’s makeup skills. . .
They’re on the edge of gravy.
If you want to destroy your sweater, try this. You’ll look just like Buddy Holly — if Buddy Holly had ever worn a Snuggie.
Now that it’s raining more than ever, you’ll be glad you have one. Fits two!
These heels will get you higher. All the black magic women are wearing them.
Sleep like the King!
Perfect if the scene in your mouth recalls dead leaves and the dirty ground.
Whether you’re high or low, this foxy look is sure to put a spring in your step.
It’s why Eddie the Head has such a headache.
N’jured? Rock your body in one of these. (Fits under any suit and tie.)
Perhaps in addition to not knowing you’re beautiful, you don’t realize which way is north. Let the guys of 1D give you your bearings.
Why can’t we not be sober? Because this stuff has a seriously enchanting terroir.
Sarah Rodman, James Reed, and Michael Andor Brodeur
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