Turn any minor injury into a jovial personified body part with these
Mustache Bandages. ($4.32)
The box includes 20 repulsive strips in 5 disgusting designs: Leaky stitches, popping eyeballs, squirmy worms, creepy spiders and even bloody zippers. Scabs Bandages are disgusting but very sterile bandages.
Ouch. That smarts. They look like strips of bacon ($5.01), but they are really just adhesive bandages.
4Comic Strips Bandages
Holy band-aid Batman! These Ouch! ($6.79) Plasters are ideal for those who are either accident-prone or need a little cheering up if they have a ‘hurty boo-boo’ on their knee. Kiss it all better, slap an Ouch! Band-Aid on it and get on with your day!
5Macaroni & Cheese Bandages
Not all people know this, but mac & cheese ($5.65)
is more than just a delicious comfort food. It also has the amazing ability to distract you from the annoyance, pain and frustration of a minor wound.
6 Eyeball Bandages
Scare away the pain of minor cuts and scratches with Eyeball Bandages!
Let your boo-boos make a statement with these pickle bandages ($4.79)
Don’t leave your wound out there for everyone to see. Quick, cover it up with one of these Underpants Bandages! ($4.65)
Cupcakes ($3.99) are the cure-all that can conquer your cuts and contusions!
10Crime Scene Bandages
Beneath this Crime Scene Bandage ($5.12) is something horribly gruesome and scary. It’s a really bad boo-boo! No, you may not see it!
11Boo Boo Kisses Bandages
Do you wish you could always be there to kiss their boo-boo and make it feel better? Now with Boo Boo Kisses Bandages ($5.59) you can.
12 Toast Bandages
Toast is so much more than just a side order. Put one of these Toast Bandages ($5.78)
on any minor wound to experience for yourself the incredible healing power of toast!
13Abraham Lincoln Bandages
These Abraham Lincoln Bandages will heal your wound as he healed a divided nation.
Treat your minor cuts, scrapes and scratches with the incredible beef bandages. ($7.48)
15Bandage Shaped Playing Cards
Bandage-shaped playing cards ($19.99) for tending the wounds of competition. While not a real bandage, these would be fun to play with if you have to stay home sick.