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Archie McPhee digs deep into their weird product archives

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"Who bought this? Who wanted this?" Seattle-based novelty company Archie McPhee is bringing out the weird with a new web series that is reminiscent of the low-budget cable shows of yore, and I mean that in the best way possible. The Archie McPhee Archives with Mr. Q premiere starts with a guy in a leopard-print fez and a black sweatshirt emblazoned with a big white question mark ("Mr. Q") digging through cryptically-marked banker boxes in the company's warehouse. We're then shown each of the bizarro items he chose, one by one. Of course, he saves the best for last. Two words: Mutant. Farm. As someone who has toured that very warehouse and has dreamt about rifling around in each one of those boxes, I really appreciate this new show. Can't wait to see what they showcase next. The series was inspired by the items they share in their "too weird" for their "main [Instagram] account," Cult of Bibo. Here's a taste: View this post on Instagram Inspiration for 2020 A post shared by Bibo Weirdmaker (@cultofbibo) on Sep 1, 2019 at 10:12am PDT View this post on Instagram Usually everything is better with googly eyes. Usually. #thrifthorror A post shared by Bibo Weirdmaker (@cultofbibo) on Nov 7, 2019 at 8:59am PST Long live, Archie McPhee! Read the rest

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