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Stupid Mother’s Day Gift Idea: Frying Pans in the Shape of U.S. States

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If you don’t think your mom would be offended if you got her cookware for Mother’s Day, this could be an option.

A company in Wisconsin just rolled out frying pans in the shape of the 48 states in the continental U.S.

There are only two little catches:

One, they’re charging A LOT for these frying pans. The prices vary based on the size and complexity of the state…Rhode Island is $150, Texas is $2,500, and that doesn’t include shipping.

And two, they’re backordered, and the company that makes them is predicting a six-week delivery time. So on Mother’s Day itself, you’d just have to give your mom a photo of the gift.

You can check out the pans at FelionStudios.com.

(Jezebel)

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