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Unleash your inner viking! Our Long Viking Beard hat comes with a long braided black beard. Raise some hell on the slopes or in the streets!

Now you can unleash that inner viking! Our Long Viking Beard hat comes with a long braided black beard, as shown here, or new Shorter Brown beard option.

Biometric Fingerprint Wallet: After a lifetime watching sci-fi and spy movies, it's about time we got our hands on (har har) some biometric technology. Thieves, beware — only the owner's fingerprint can open the Biometric Wallet ($500).

Biometric Fingerprint Wallet: After a lifetime watching sci-fi and spy movies, it's about time we got our hands on (har har) some biometric technology. Thieves, beware — only the owner's fingerprint can open the Biometric Wallet .

This is my FAVORITE recipe ever & everyone always loves it- it also lasts for a couple days * tastes even better day two! Chicken Spaghetti You need only seven ingredients: angel hair pasta, chicken (grilled or canned), cream of chicken and cream of mushroom soup, Rotel, sour cream and cheese.

Chicken Spaghetti You need only seven ingredients: angel hair pasta, chicken (grilled or canned), cream of chicken and cream of mushroom soup, Rotel, sour cream and cheese. I have been looking for a chicken spaghetti recipe for josh.

Bacon Pretzel Grilled Cheese. ****Re-pinning recipes from my Grilled Cheese board :))

Bacon Pretzel Grilled Cheese: Just tried this. I used ham instead of strips of bacon, and I cooked it in my sandwich press. It tastes pretty good, but it's super messy. I am NOT looking forward to cleaning the sandwich press.

Save your vegetable cooking water! The water has a lot of nutrients that your garden thrives on. Wait for the water to cool down first, and then use it to “fertilize” your garden or potted plants. This makes for a green and happy garden! You could also drink the stuff, but who wants to do that?!

20 Insanely Clever Gardening Tips And Ideas- vegetable cooking water! The water has a lot of nutrients that your garden thrives on. Wait for the water to cool down first, and then use it to “fertilize” your garden or potted plants