Monday, 14 May 2012

Curious Goods

In our local town, there's a shop filled with curious goods, ironically named - Curious Goods.
We think it is an unappreciated and underrated shop.
So here we are, trying to advertise it to you six followers, we can make a difference!

Here are some weird little things available, that are cheap enough to buy whether you need/want them or not.

Number 1 - a bottle of £1.75 fairy dust, who knows, it might even work.

Number 2 - The Lucky Cat £6.99 - The Maneki Neko (招き猫?, literally "Beckoning Cat"; also known as Welcoming CatLucky CatMoney cat, or Fortune Cat) is a common Japanese sculpture, often made of ceramic, which is believed to bring good luck to the owner.

Number 3 - Incense Sticks - 15 for £2! Can't go wrong.

Number 4 - a bottle of Dragon's Blood, £6.99, just to say you have some, I'm sure it's in some way useful too!

Number 5 - Book Of Shadows - £9.99 - 'this is a lovely book for recording magical spells, recipes, dreams, observations, lessons etc and will become a wonderful book of knowlede over time'.

Number 6 - Cast iron cauldron - £15 - Perfect for brewing potions, herbal remedies or tea.

Number 7 - Green Man Goblet - £7 - I'd love to have my orange juice out of that in the morning! (No bits though - urgh)

Number 8 - Astrology for Beginners book - £7 - Good place to start.

Number 9 - Lightning Stone - £4 - Made from actual lightning when it strikes stone - rare, apparently.

Number 10 - Massive Dream Catcher - £12 - Keep bad dreams away!

Why would you not want this stuff?! Pointless - maybe, amazing - definitely! We just think it's awesome! Another useful and practical blogpost, what would you do without us?

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