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[Gift Guide] Strange Kids Club Makes Monster Cereal Soap Bars!

They’re not just for Halloween anymore! If you’re asking me, there’s no greater gift you could give a loved one than the gift of Franken Berry-scented skin. And that’s precisely the gift Strange Kids Club is offering up this year, whipping up a batch of General Mills Monster Cereal-themed soap bars that make for incredible […]
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