Fat Cat Pawlished is pretty
infamous for videos in the Indieverse, but did you know she makes tongue-in-cheek products as well! This month is 1980s themed over at the Polish Pickup, and she came to the table with a funky fresh duo that will definitely leave an impression.
(promotional samples ahead)
These non-vegan balms feature a simple, classic formulation a a punch-in-the-face flavor that you really need to experience to understand. The ingredients are avocado oil, coconut oil, beeswax, jojoba oil, castor oil, and Flavor Flav oils...though I am hoping no actual rappers were involved in the formulation here...because no. The pair of balms comes in sleek black tubes and is accompanied by the grossest of 80s phenomenon: the Garbage Pail Kids stickers. If you have a friend who likes weird shit, then you better grab this set. If for no other reason than the giggles.
Hide The Pickle is so hilariously dill that I don't even know how else to describe it. It's DILL. It reminds me of the scratch 'n' sniff stickers from elementary school. You know the ones, they had that weird kinda fuzzy texture, and everyone had them. They still make them too, because every now and then a kid will bring one home.
My Roof, My Roof, My Mouth Roof is on fire is a slightly artificial pepperoni pizza scent. Again, this one is more reminiscent of the scratch 'n' sniff stickers than an actual pizza. But I am ok with that, honestly. These are delightfully nostalgic and entertaining.
I was going to test this out on both of my unsuspecting offspring, but I could only wrangle one in a convenient time-frame. If you want to know what an unbiased opinion of these is...watch this 99% unedited video.
I think she liked em! She's such a good sport, she is used to me at this point. Also, look at her glorious hair!
This duo will be available on Friday, 03 May from the Polish Pickup. There are only 30 sets and priced to move at $6 each, so if you need a hit of nostalgia I definitely recommend getting your ninja fingers ready to rock.