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Don't say we didn't warn you...

Maybe it would never occur to you to shop Amazon for sex toys, or maybe you've been taking advantage of Prime shipping on your personal items for years. Either way, these are some of the weirdest sex toys we've seen in a while—and we've seen a lot.

Remember, it's a list, not an endorsement! There are some of these that we can't imagine anyone actually using... but if you feel the itch, there ain't no shame in that, either. But you made need some of this to help, if that's the case.

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Britt Erlanson

Simple solutions for a larger problem.

There's more to an environmentally-friendly home than just recycling. Think about all the little things you use every day that could generate a little less waste: swapping paper napkins for cloth, maybe, or using cloth produce bags for your trips to the store. Saving power helps, too - and saves you money at the same time. We've rounded up some environmentally-friendly home products you'll actually want to use.

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Spark some joy on those racks.

Now that you've pared down your wardrobe to include only the things you love, your tiny closet looks great, right? I've lived in lots of places with small closets, and I can tell you: it won't last. But don't despair! With some planning and smart organizational tools, your closet can be an ode to joy, KonMari style.

You might be tempted to shove as much stuff into your small closet as possible, but usability is key here. Take advantage of the parts of your closet that you might overlook: add a second hanging rack, for example, or use the top of a shoe rack to hold storage bins.

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