The 6 Most Absurd Fifty Shades of Grey Items You Can Buy

February 9, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey

Toys. No, not sex toys—those competence indeed make sense—actual toys. Vermont Teddy Bear creates a Christian Grey bear, that comes dressed in a fit and has a possess set of mini handcuffs. Oh, and it’s also $89. Score!

Gourmet present baskets. Walmart (yes, really) sells a $70 Fifty Shades–themed present basket pressed with handcuffs, an eye mask, Twizzlers (?), a box of English Breakfast tea, and hair ties, among other assorted vaguely Fifty Shades–related items.

Jewelry. A discerning Etsy search for “Fifty Shades jewelry” is adequate to make we consider a whole site was founded only to sell accessories to fans of a book. Who knew there were so many ways to incorporate neckties and shackles into valuables design?

Men’s jewelry. A website called Bling Jewelry sells a Fifty Shades–inspired fetter bracelet for group (and you’re in luck, since it’s on sale right now!).

Wine. Most of a Fifty Shades products are unlawful (and therefore unofficial), though a Fifty Shades of Grey booze collection indeed has a blessing of author E. L. James. There are White Silk and Red Satin varietals (from a Fifty Shades segment of France?).

Baby clothes. Did we consider a teddy bear was going to be a creepiest object on here? Not quite. We present: a Fifty Shades onesie. This one adorably reads, “9 months ago mommy review 50 Shades of Grey.” Because because wouldn’t we wish to hang your baby in passionate innuendo? Shudder.

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