Unfortunately, a well-reasoned critique of consumer capitalism isn’t enough to stop the tears of your betrayed loved ones when you have rightfully boycotted “The Holidays.” And while “planting a tree in your name” seems to be entirely socially acceptable, “I wrote your name on a rock and threw it at a cop” seems not to be.
“I don’t want anything” seems to be equally taboo.
So, for all of those who have to shop for a critical theorist, radical or metaphysical asshole, you may behold the commodification of the revolution.
“Amigurumi is the Japanese art of knitting or crocheting stuffed animals, people or inanimate objects. The word ‘amigurumi’ is derived from merging the Japanese words ‘ami’, meaning ‘knitted’ or ‘crocheted’, and ‘nuigurumi’, meaning stuffed ‘doll’”
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Noam Chomsky Candle
Karl Marx Piggy Bank
Philosopher Finger Puppets
Will to Power Bar
James Baldwin Pillows
Nietzsche Dishwasher Magnets
Rosa Luxemburg Tea Towel
Freudian Sips Mug
Hegel Phone Case
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Cheesy Heidegger Ornament
Class Struggle Board Game
Copies are hard to find of this 1978 classic, and tend to be very expensive. But if you’ve got a few hundred bucks to blow, why not?