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Lollyphile Lollipops

Who's in the mood for some pig and alcohol flavored suckers? Lollyphile is a San Fran-based company selling odd lollypop flavors (4/$10), like its first two creations, Absinthe and Maple-bacon. The Absinthe lollypops are made with real absinthe, and the Maple-bacon ones (also available in a caffeinated version) are made with organic, cured bacon and Vermont maple syrup. Seriously. Other flavors include The Dude-approved White Russian, Pomegranate Tangerine, Wasabi-Ginger, Chai Tea, Irish Cream, and Bourbon.

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    Perky Jerky

    Get rid of hunger while battling fatigue at the same time with Perky Jerky ($3). This tender, tasty jerky is flavored with guarana, giving each bag 150 milligrams of caffeine for a little kick. Perfect for long work days, long gaming sessions, or for those unable to handle a bag of chips and a Red Bull at the same time.

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    Jail House Fire Hot Sauce

    We've tried plenty of sauces that were criminally hot, but never one made by actual criminals. Jail House Fire Hot Sauce ($7) is created by inmates at the Hillsborough County Jail in Tampa, FL and comes in three burning flavors — Original, made from a recipe of peppers and spices, the chipotle-based Smoke, and No Escape, the prisoners' hottest creation yet. In addition, all profits go to support equipment and supplies for inmate programs, so you're helping to offer someone a second chance with each bottle purchased.