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Our mothers always told us not to be rude, but sometimes we just can't help ourselves.

Despite being fully fledged adults, seeing curse words and rude messages in unexpected places always makes us laugh. It may be juvenile, but how could seeing a dirty word painted on a dainty, floral teacup not fill you with joy?

Take for example these rather unfortunate fortune cookies from Ill Fortune in Union City, California. They're perfect for pranking your dinner guests or just making your friends smile. (Or cry, depending on which one they get...)

Having friends over for drinks but don't want them messing up your house? Indelicate Doilies can help you with just that. How else are you meant to ask your friends to keep their glasses off your coffee table?

Carrying a paper fan in your handbag during the summer is a great way to keep cool, and this paper fan from Trixie Delicious is perfect for just that. And for getting a seat on public transport. And for offending old ladies on the train. (Sorry, old ladies.)

Communicating with coworkers can be such a chore. Why bother giving constructive criticism or delegating when you can just print off emails and stamp the word "DEAL WITH THIS" across the top? Sorted.

When decorating for a party, why go for the traditional "Happy Birthday" or "God Save The Queen" when you can simply display words describing a woman's anatomy. Or worse. Your party guests will love it. (We must warn you that the name of the bunting company is rude. With a capital C. If you catch our drift...)

Keeping yourself organised is incredibly important, as every modern lady knows. File folders are brilliant for this, and having a To-Do folder where you can organise things to be done "by somebody else" or "when I feel like it" is just what every busy business woman needs.

Have a favourite rude product that we missed? Let us know in the comments!



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