Five Really Random North Dakota Items You Can Get on Amazon Right Now
One of the great things about Amazon.com is that you can buy pretty much anything.
We decided to comb through the site to see some of the strange North Dakota related items you can purchase. We’ve posted five of them below.
You can click on the name of the item and it will bring you to its page on Amazon.com where you can purchase it if you’d like.
You know how pretty much all cutting boards are perfect rectangles? Have you even been chopping vegetables and thinking to yourself, “hmmm… I kind of wish this cutting board was almost a rectangle instead.”
Presenting the North Dakota shaped cutting board! It’s almost a rectangle, but instead it looks like a bear decided to take a bite out of one end of the cutting board.
This leaves you with less room for cutting but hey… it’s the shape of North Dakota so who cares?!
It’s a common parenting problem. You spend all weekend baking cookies for your kids. You call them into the kitchen excited to see the joy on their face when they see and smell your fresh baked cookies.
And then… the temper tantrum. “What the heck?!,” your child yells. “Why are these cookies ROUND? I wanted NORTH DAKOTA SHAPED cookies!”
Kids are such spoiled brats sometimes.
You arrive at work with your regular boring blank black laptop sleeve. As you walk to your desk, workplace bully Roger shouts, “Hey everyone! Look at THOMAS over there! Clearly HE doesn’t LOVE his grandparents!”
“Shutup Roger! I do too!”
“Oh yea?! Where’s your I love my North Dakotan Grandparents Laptop Sleeve?!”
Sometimes it would be nice if you could just work from home wouldn’t it?
To all the ladies out there that consistently do lab experiments in the basement of their homes that happen to also be huge fans of the North Dakota State Bison, how are you not doing your work in this snazzy NDSU lab coat?
This purchase is a no brainer!
For those who are very particular about the design of their cowbells, you can now get one with the design of the North Dakota state flag. If your cowbell doesn’t represent North Dakota, then are you really a North Dakotan?