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Get Happy: Buy Happy Online

Updated on April 8, 2011

Get Happy: Buy Happy Online

Chasing happiness represents a journey of self and soul, of yin and yang, of mouse and keyboard. Can we buy happy online? Perhaps we can shop online for items designed to make us feel better. Let's find out together.

We've picked out a plethora of happiness-inducing products virtually guaranteed to coax a grin from the most jaded shopper. Whip out your Hello Kitty credit card and start shopping. Don't say we didn't warn you: extreme happiness may result.

Black Cat Happy Halloween Magnetic Mailbox Decoration

Cats make us happy, and also congested if we're allergic. This mailbox accessory offers a cheery Halloween greeting that welcomes intrepid trick-or-treeting children seeking candy to make them happy.

Happy Frog Tomato & Vegetable Fertilizer

Generally speaking, frogs appear happy. Living in swamps evidently agrees with them. A blissful amphibian graces this 4 pound fertilizer bag of organic material, which is specially engineered to make your yard happy.

The Sims 2 Happy Holiday Stuff

Pick a generic holiday: the The Sims are happy to send their best wishes your way. This collection of tree toppers, holiday-themed clothing, and home decorations will pump up the happiness level of any computer-generated digital human approximation.

X-Mini HAPPY Portable Capsule Speaker MP3 Player SD Card Reader

Nothing generates happiness with higher frequency than speakers. Plug in your data card and use the simple push buttons to control the musical ministrations. These amazing aural accessories are engineered to daisy-chain with each other, so order a red one and a black one. Pump up the volume and the fun.

Happy Tweety Bird with Hearts Auto Accessories Interior Kit - Front & Rear Floor Mats, Steering Wheel Cover, and Decal Set

Who among us can look at Tweety Bird without feeling happy? The little yellow bird serves as an inspiration to all of us who are constantly dodging the big black cat of life who schemes to figuratively devour us as we sit singing in our cage. Don't spend too much time thinking about it: just get Tweety and get happy. Trick out your automobile in adorable Tweety gear.

Happy Parfum Spray for Women by Clinique

We all want to be happy, but the first step in our journey just might be smelling happy. Let the folks around you know you're on your way to happiness by daubing on a few ounces of Happy Parfum from Clinique. It may or may not be endorsed by happiness professionals, but it's certain to cover the smell of fear when that big presentation is due.

Men and women find satisfaction in different places: this parfum is available in versions for both human genders.

Mechanix Wear MHH-05-009 Mechanix Happy Hour Glove

Mechanics with happy hands tend to fix more cars per hour, or at least we'd like to think so. At the very least your favorite mechanic will have clean hands, which inevitably leads to fewer stained towels in the powder room, which obviously increases the happy level of whomever takes responsibility for doing the laundry. This is quite a circuitous path to bliss, but life often throws us a curve ball when we're expecting a fastball on the inside corner.

Top 100 Baby Purees: 100 Quick and Easy Meals for a Healthy and Happy Baby

As the old saying goes: "If baby's happy, everybody's happy." Satisfy your baby with a plethora of purees guaranteed to be edible without large numbers of teeth. Making your own baby food provides great satisfaction to new parents: this compendium of recipes provides endless hours of cooking joy.

Happy Birthday, Thomas!

Even tank engines have birthdays and even tank engines crave birthday greetings. Celebrate along with our favorite animated choo choo as he hangs out with other appliances and mechanical contrivances. Sing along with the birthday song: it's sure to include the word "happy" without actually violating copyright restrictions.

Conclusion

Money can't buy happiness, but it can keep the lights on. Search for happy products online and don't expect a miracle.

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    • mikiy profile image

      mikiy 

      7 years ago

      That's amazing -- a kinda new idea. But even buying these is not a guarantee for happiness if you are not up for being happy.

    • nicomp profile imageAUTHOR

      nicomp really 

      7 years ago from Ohio, USA

      @drbj : I'll take your word for it!

    • drbj profile image

      drbj and sherry 

      7 years ago from south Florida

      nicomp - I have learned from experience that those among us who are constantly, continuously and completely happy generally live in institutions.

    • nicomp profile imageAUTHOR

      nicomp really 

      7 years ago from Ohio, USA

      @Aya Katz: I'm as shocked as you are.

    • Aya Katz profile image

      Aya Katz 

      7 years ago from The Ozarks

      Oh, my! Now I see the pattern. You plan to corner the market on all English adjectives. The genius of the thing!

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