Just some things I’ve seen.
This is a cookie jar for $59.95.
Somebody finally bought The Emporium’s copy of John Carter. A new copy is probably on order.
Though to be fair, John Carter did outsell Treasure Buddies by a ratio of 1.1 to 1. The budget for Treasure Buddies was $47 though. Plus the cost of the camel. And monkey with funny hat.
Monsters University merchandise continues to be widely available.
I have no idea what these things do, but for $19 they better make sandwiches or something.
iPhone 4 pls
Just in case you were planning to get a good night’s sleep tonight, there’s this mask. My estimation is that whoever designed this also wrote the script for this episode of whatever “Jessie” is, making fun of kids with Celiac disease.
We’ll take a look at the Monsters U. Meet and Greet at Hollywood Studios soon.
I won’t make a Disney Food Blog joke.
What do you do when Tomorrowland Indy Speedway is your most intense attraction?
Mousekeears. I feel like the next promotion will be $12.95 each or four for $5.
Only the British (and entertainment cast members) buy tank tops. They might as well list the price in pounds.
Just in case you have Marfan syndrome. There I go making fun of people with diseases!
I’m not sure 2-in-1 pants are ever the right fashion choice.
Sometimes I wish I didn’t wear a women’s 15.
You might be able to get your anti-Disney 17 year old into one of these.
A Disney Bret Michaels hat.
More and more of the male/unisex shirts seem to be turning up in ladies’ cuts.
More non-Disney merch.