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Misheard Lyric Coasters


A great misheard lyric is always fun - the latest being Taylor Swift's unexpected paeon to "lonely Starbucks lovers" - so these coasters will cheer you up every time you pop your mug down upon them.

Created by The Fowndry, they come in two themes: 80s, and just plain old 'inappropriate' and feature misheard lyrics from the likes of Madonna, Toto, John Denver, Billy Joel and Abba, amongst others.

They're made from sustainable cork, are available to preorder for £19.99 and would make an excellent gift for the music-lover in your life. After using one of these for a few alcoholic drinks, they'll be all ready to create their own wrong lyrics when they head up for some karaoke.

Misheard Lyric Coasters
Misheard Lyric Coasters



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