96 FASTCOMPANY.COM FEBRUARY 2019 ILLUSTRATIONS BY JAMES PROVOS T
Sure, any eejit can find the perfect exquisite gift, but it takes pros like us to compile a mini catalog of the world’s weirdest products. Consider this a gift guide for your frenemies.
BY JAY WOODRUFF
Ostrich Pillow Here at Fast Company, when the blinders come off, the Ostrich Pillow goes on. ( ostrichpillow.com, $99)
A cat brush shaped like a tongue you hold in
your mouth to “bond with your fur baby . . . by
communicating in their love language.”
Can we get it in flavors? Say, maybe, calico or
Persian? ( amazon.com, $24.99)
Hydro-Tech, the Japanese company that
manufactures these, says they will
make you “cool.” Get it? Wear them with
your man bun. ( designtaxi.com, $78)
A great way to keep
occupied and, more
your precious iPad.
( amazon.com, $39.99)
Seriously, just grab the goddamn iPad back from Junior.
( glowbowl.com, $14.99)
These babies debuted at SXSW and will help
keep you focused in your open office, but don’t
make the mistake I did. Remember, your
boss can still see you. ( greenfunding.jp, 29,800 yen)
The Clip-on Man Bun Business in front, party in the back—and hipster passé up top! ( walmart.com, $9.99)