Pillows With A Cleverly Hidden Message For Uninvited Guests

These are the Pearl Reveal Cushions designed and sold by Pardeep S. She came up with the idea after a neighbor kept stopping by uninvited and overstaying her welcome, which was zero seconds to begin with.

Each pillow is covered in sequins that, when oriented in one direction, appear gold, but when they’re brushed in the opposite direction reveal a hidden message.

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