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Things We Saw Today: Japanese Pokémon Center’s New Poké-Butt Products


As part of their new “Hip Pop! Parade” collection, the Japanese Pokémon Center will be selling bags, keychains, and boxers featuring Pokémon butts. No news on if they’ll come to the U.S., unfortunately. (via Polygon)

  • Check out a new clip from Goosebumps where Jack Black’s R.L. Stine shares some backstory on the origins of his monsters. (via Buzzfeed)
  • For National #PinkOut Day, Planned Parenthood is offering free STD testing in 28 cities. (via NY Times)


Looking for Halloween lawn decorations or something nice for the living room? Here’s a 10-foot-long, 6-foot-tall inflatable Jabba on ThinkGeek that also lights up. (via BoingBoing)

  • Wanna spend Christmas at Hogwarts? Well, now you can spend December 3rd at the Great Hall at Harry Potter Studios with a dinner, drinks, a tour, and so much more! (via Nerdist)
  • Screenwriter Drew Goddard says there’s some demand for a sequel to The Cabin in the Woods, but no major plans yet. Thoughts? (via Movies)


People are really excited about Alice, the corpse flower, that just bloomed in the Chicago Botanic Gardens. The corpse flower gets its name from smelling like corpses. That’s some Little Shop of Horrors shit right there. (via abc7)

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