Put a W on It: 4 Weird Items to Celebrate the Cubs’ World Series Win

published Nov 3, 2016
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HOLY COW! The Cubs broke a 108-year curse and won the World Series and the city of Chicago is reeling. Be you a die-hard supporter, bandwagon fan or Bill Murray, you’re probably still celebrating this momentous occasion. Or perhaps you’re a Chicago native who doesn’t really care about sports, but is breathing a sigh of relief at how easy your holiday shopping just got (hi mom). Turns out there’s a Cubs logo on just about anything, and here are some choice selects.

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Start ’em young with this Children’s Saucer Chair from Bed Bath and Beyond. Perfect for a child blessed to live a life free of the memories of a century-long losing streak, Steve Bartman, and Ozzy Osbourne singing Take Me Out to the Ballgame.

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As baseball season draws to a close and the leaves of the ivy change from green to gold, you’ll want to keep your toilet warm AND festive with this fleece seat cover. It’ll add a little coziness to your morning-after victory hangover and remind you why you were celebrating in the first place.

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Hey look, it’s the most Chicago thing on the internet, a Cubs-themed Ice Scraper! Give this to the most hearty & practical Cubs fan in your life this holiday season and mayhap they will reward you by shoveling your car out in the middle of April sometime (dibs not included).

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Who says you have to stop flying the W when you’ve moved on to the field of dreams? Not Walmart, who has provided this Cubs urn for those die-hard (sorry) fans and their loved ones. While not the only Cubs-related afterlife option, it is certainly the most compact. Alternately, should you find yourself in charge of the ashes of your least favorite relative who happened to be a White Sox fan…