If for some reason you feel like you want to relive the memories of 2020, but I guess if you do, there's always a candle that fits the part.

Flaming Crap, a novelty candle company, is releasing the second round of their candle commemorating the worst year in history; 'The 2020 Scent.'


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🚨LIMITED EDITION🚨 The 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣0️⃣ Scent! To mark what has been an unusual year, we're introducing our limited edition '2020 Scent'. With four fragrant layers, this candle takes you on a sensual journey through the year. Featuring subtle scents of banana bread, hand sanitiser, DIY and wood musks, alongside budget aftershave and an earthy essence, that 2020's TV icon - Joe Exotic from 'Tiger King' would use to attract his next mate. Buy to pre-order, candles will be shipped from Monday 2 November 2020. All materials used are vegan friendly, with kerasoy wax and recycled paper labels. Link in bio, or www.flamingcrap.com! 🕯 #basicbitch #fuckthetories #fuckboris #the2020scent #scentedcandle #funnycandle #quirkycandle #flamingcrap #joeexotic #carolbaskin #tigerking #bananabread #handsanitiser #diy #lockdown #coronavirus #preorder #xmasgifts #xmasgiftideas #xmasgiftguide #candles #yankeecandle

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It's layered, and burns in an order that's sure to bring back some memories.

1.  Banana Bread.

2.  Hand Sanitizer.

3.  Wood, for the DIY home improvement phase of quarantine, a grim reminder of all the projects that almost broke your marriage, and the ones still unfinished.

4.  "Budget Aftershave and Earthy Essence," which is supposed to smell how Joe Exotic smells.

The website reads;

With four fragrant layers, this candle takes you on a sensual journey through the year. Featuring subtle scents of banana bread, hand sanitiser, DIY and wood musks, alongside budget aftershave and an earthy essence, that 2020's TV icon - Joe Exotic from 'Tiger King' would use to attract his next mate.

 

The candles fittingly cost $20, and they're available for order now on their website.

Read more at New York Post