G.I. Joe is notorious for having a lot of essential yet rare and exclusive collectibles that torment the majority of its fanbase.
Author Kevin Guhl
There are plenty of ornaments that let you proclaim your love of pop culture to visiting in-laws, with standard depictions of characters like Spock and Snoopy. But that’s only the Titanic debris-covered tip of the iceberg. If you dig around online and even into the darkest corners of the Hallmark store, you’ll find some ornaments that pay very odd and specific tribute to various cultural icons. And some are just plain WTF.
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