14 merch items that went a little too far
Everyone loves a good dad hat, wall flag or hoodie to show off the love for your favorite bands, but there are some artists who just won't settle for a simple T-shirt design.
Here are 14 merch items that went a little too far.
[WARNING: Some of the following items contain mature content]
1. KISS casket/urn
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For the low price of $3,000, KISS fans can spend an eternity in what might be the most outrageous piece of KISS merchandise out there.
2. Pantera stroller
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Force your love of Pantera onto your child before they have the chance to disagree with your music choices! This bad boy is rain-resistant AND has a universal cupholder, which makes it perfect for festival season.
3. Spinal Tap colander
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Fans who thought they were getting a Spinal Tap calendar were more than confused when they received a colander instead. The item came with a note that stated, "An irregularity in order fulfillment led to the production of colanders instead of calendars. We hope you find the enclosed item useful."
4. Tenacious D rag
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The item description states the rag is the size of a golf towel...but it's not a golf towel.
5. Mastodon "Asstodon" shorts
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Everyone enjoys a good pun, right?
6. U2 condoms
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U2 decided to play it safe with their ZooTV, Zooropa and Pop tour souvenirs.
7. Weezer Snuggie
Honestly, we think more bands should offer Snuggies with preorders. We'd collect that shit like we collect snapbacks.