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We all make mistakes, and we can only assume that Etsy seller FableBedworks was in a rush when they posted this phenomenal transforming rocket ship murphy bed on their online store. Why else would they mistakenly refer to it as a "childrens bed" when there are certainly more than enough adults who would love a creation like this in their bedrooms?

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Say goodbye to your current backpack, purse, or messenger bag because once you lay eyes on this amazing R2-D2 carry-all nothing else will ever satisfy your carrying needs again. Hand-made by the talented folks behind Krukrustudio, this Artoo is entirely made of felt and can be purchased on Etsy for $243.

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The human hand serves as a perfectly usable tool for firing elastic bands, but sniping your co-workers is just far more satisfying when you've got a trigger to squeeze. And because everything is better when it's made of wood, these gorgeous toy guns from ElasticPrecision are hands-down the best way to unleash a fury of rubber bands on a target.

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There will never be another fight over who gets to lay in the hammock with this monstrosity strung up in your backyard. The Mega Hammock requires you to find at least four nearby trees (or cranes) for hanging, but when it's up it looks like it can easily support a group of at least 10 loungers — plus a toddler or two. But due to weight restrictions, it maxes out at around three adults.

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Painters always sign their canvases, so why shouldn't bakers — proud of their tasty treats — not sign their work as well? But since pens don't work on dough, and Sharpies are probably an even worse idea, Etsy seller Zuzia Zuber will create a custom rolling pin for you, embossed with a repeating pattern of "made by (your name here)."

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You haven't made Valentine's Day plans yet. That's OK! Who needs 'em? Manufactured holiday, singlehood empowerment, overpriced prix fixe menus. But if you must make a romantic gesture next month, let it be this card. It sums up modern relationships pretty much perfectly.

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The fact of the matter is, if you don't teach your kids about the dangers of using Comic Sans when they're young, they're just going to pick it up on the street. Whether it's a flyer for a garage sale, or a bulletin board at their preschool, the world is a minefield of terrible typography, and you need to address the issue with your young'ns before it becomes a problem.

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There's so much good stuff on Etsy, but there's also a mountain of crap on Etsy. You've probably laughed about that on Regretsy. But a great site called A Cut Above the Resty cuts out all the DIY garbage and shows you the best of the online marketplace.

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Obviously, there are flowers you can eat. But be careful about digging around your garden to find some yourself. You could chomp on something poisonous and then — oops! You're dead! If you've ever wanted to deck a cake out with some beautiful blooms, this Edible Flower Seed Kit from Sarah Rainwater is a safer bet.

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It might have given you invincibility or unlimited ammo on the countless games that acknowledged it, but sadly the Konami code won't buy you a single second of extra sleep on this custom Xronos alarm clock. But the large scoreboard-like LED display and use of authentic console buttons will have you wondering if you fell asleep at the arcade again.

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Photographers shouldn't mind adding this massive fisheye lens to their studio setups, even though it's described as soft and made of wood. It's actually a stool designed to look like a Canon lens, but with enough changes to skirt any lawsuits or legal repercussions.

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It's bad news if you're a rabid Legend of Zelda fan. It turns out there's only one of these brilliant Hylian shield backpacks available from Ivana Roso's Etsy store. So if you've got $60 to spare, and are quick on the 'Add to Cart' draw, you can snatch it up and save your own princess from having to carry her books to class.

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As cliche as the problem sounds, socks really do have a way of going missing in the wash. But why resort to just throwing single socks away, or suffering the embarassment of wearing a mismatched pair, when you can just stitch them all together into a eye-catching throw rug?

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Anyone who's ever writhed in pain after crushing a Lego block underfoot will appreciate Melbourne-based Luxford St's take on the classic Ottoman. Crafted from recycled pool table felt and stuffed with sturdy polyurethane foam, the footrest is a perfect 1:20 scale version of a size four Lego block. It's perfect for putting your feet up — or building life-sized forts.