If your love of Star Wars goes deeper than just being a fan of the movies—significantly deeper—the thought of lathering up with Admiral Ackbar’s head might just be appealing enough to you to risk family or roommates catching you using this unusual soap during your morning shower routine.
Seemingly lifted straight from the scripts of soap operas themselves, All My Children and One Life to Live—soaps that were going to be killed off this year—have miraculously found a second life in a new home: the internet.
I know my soaps, OK? I love a good, $20 chunk of scented lye that melts away after a few blissful showers. Meanwhile, video games are pretty fantastic, too.
Brilliant soap maker (soapsmith? soapist?) Digitalsoaps sells bars molded as gaming controllers. The blue olive oil NES controllers are sold out, but you can still get one in orange glycerine, or go for PlayStation.
The Japanese know we're suckers for anything Mario-related. So when a guy on eBay puts up some official Mario "Bath Bombs" for sale, people in the states love it for two reasons: it's Mario and it makes you smell like fresh flowers. Drop Mario into your hot bath and he'll fizz you with his water-jet pack and make…