Skateboard iPhone Case


Introducing, the Candies Skateboard iPhone Case. Whenever I see this much crap on a cell phone case, I know it’s made for the ladies. With absolutely no function, there’s not even a full set of wheels on the thing, the most you’re going to be able to do with it will be stabbing someone with the spikes on the end because you sure aren’t going to put it in your pocket. The spikes are probably regretfully made out of some plush, non-lethal rubber. So, even that excitement falls through on this useless case. If you haven’t caught my drift, go waste $45 on something else.

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  1. Lucy Bleu

    July 4, 2012 at 12:26 am

    couldnt agree more. What a stupid idea. The only thing I don’t agree with is your comment about this being “for the ladies”. I’m a lady and I think it’s ridiculous!

  2. Anna

    November 23, 2012 at 7:21 am

    Does it fit in your pocket?

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