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Well, the time has come. The latest iPod stereo dock is out, the iCarta, designed, and refined, to hold toilet paper. The product comes with docking materials, collapsible tissue holders that can be used as the stereo dock and you guessed it — moisture-free speakers.

In honor of this ground-breaking invention, here is a list of actual products relating to iPods that you may not have heard about but are popping up all around the Internet.

  • iBuzz. Half iPod, half sex toy. Enough said.

  • Bevy. Bottle opener/keychain/earbud wrap/iPod shuffle case.

  • Tadpole. Wheel-design iPod case for kids (a.k.a. virtual babysitter).

  • Redwire jeans. Totally expensive jeans that let you retract your headphones and supply a joystick controller in your pocket (or are you just happy to see me?).

  • iBeams. Snap a flashlight or laser beam onto your iPod.

  • TuneBuckle. Wear your iPod whilst holding up your pants.
  • —Anna Weggel

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