Kim Kardashian did not break the internet -- though #TheDress came pretty close. What really broke the internet recently... was Cuddle Clones.
What is Cuddle Clones? So glad you asked!
Cuddle Clones are stuffed animal versions of your real life pet. You send in a few photos, and they send you back the unmistakable simulacrum of your beloved.
It's pretty adorable. And pretty amazing. But it comes at a price -- somewhere between $129-199. (Enter the coupon code "HappyTalent" and you'll save 10%. You're welcome.) In my opinion, it's well worth it. On the one hand, I often write about how "things" don't make us happy. On the other, this is one thing that will bring you warm, happy memories every time you look at it. (Remember: money can buy happiness -- if you know how to spend it.)
The other drawback is that they're majorly backordered. Or it just takes a long time to make them. My Cuddle Clone's not scheduled to arrive till October. So if you're thinking of ordering someone a Cuddle Clone for Christmas, a birthday, Valentine's Day or something else... you've got to plan ahead a bit.
BUT AREN'T THEY TOTALLY WORTH IT???
Not convinced? Here, in Cuddle Clones' own words, are The Top Ten Reasons To Buy a Cuddle Clone.
I'm almost as excited for my Cuddle Clone as I am about having my real dog... which is actually kind of sad.
If you're ordering a Cuddle Clone, I MUST see your photos! Share them with me on Facebook or Twitter.
Oh, and PS: I promise my next post will be more intelligent-sounding. The sappy, over-the-top excitement in this post is entirely Cuddle Clones' fault. I think XKCD explains it better than I can:
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