Cover up all of your “Tell-Tale” wounds with these super-Goth Edgar Allen Poe adhesive bandages.
Scrapes, cuts, and sores are no fun. But skip the boring, flesh-colored band-aids, and let one of history’s greatest wordsmiths soothe your pain instead.
Edgar Allan Poe, the legendary poet and short story writer of “Tell Tale Heart,” knew a thing or two about pain: He was an orphan before he was even a toddler. He had a tense relationship with his adoptive father. His wife, Virginia—likely the inspiration for melancholic works such as “The Raven” and “Annabel Lee”—died just eleven years into their marriage. And to add insult to injury, Poe himself perished from causes that were almost as unfortunate as Virginia’s age (she was thirteen and also, um, his cousin). And you thought your paper cut was bad. Ha!
This tin comes with fifteen latex-free adhesive bandages and a surprise prize hidden inside.