These Kisses are NOT for Eating!

I mean it! They’d rip holes in your gullet all day long! Nay! These are for a much more technologically advanced purpose. Yes! It is true, they are made specifically for holding your compact-disk-shaped objects aloft. You too, can experience the perfectly lovely shape and usefulness of the kissy object without all of that melty, irresistible chocolaty innard. That’s what’s going on here. Made out of aluminum.

At 3.2cm D and 3cm H, this little kiss might be the smallest gadget-related device you’ve got sitting on your table, and with non of that pesky technology. Truly diverse, this kiss comes in green, blue, red, and even your favorite, black. Gotta catch them all -gotta desk them all!

And I must reiterate because it is so important: do NOT swallow these, for truly the truth will come swiftly to your tastebuds – not chocolaty, but aluminumy, this is.

Designer: DesignK [ Buy it Here, Kisses is (are?) available for $17.50 @ YD Store ]

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Kisses Compact Disk Rest is available for $17.50 @ YD Store

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17 Comments

  • steve says:

    Good product, bad timing. Optical media is on the way out.

  • alexi says:

    If it were a bit heavier, I can use it as a paperweight too. Kinda pricey though at $17.50 a piece.

  • Michael says:

    They look really cute and would add a bit of color to my desk.

  • collide007 says:

    Cool idea, but $17.50 is a bit steep. $8 maybe.

  • jt says:

    nice but inefficient. I can hold just one at a time and it takes a lot of space. I rather use two under the notebook to dissipate heat 🙂 but with a free piece of wood thats already solved.

  • 양준원 says:

    so wonderful.
    but I think it is expensive too

  • 양준원 says:

    so wonderful.
    but I think it is expensive too

  • Eliane says:

    Perfect! Look like chocolate drops, the desire to eat.

  • CoolCow says:

    this would be even better if they stacked on top of each other… which is not hard to do at all… please add this function… i demand it!

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