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Ask The Crab or
Ask The ’Stache

We know you’ve got burning questions in need of answers. Well, lucky you! We are offering a choice of fortune telling devices. You can seek answers from The Crab or The Moustache.

 

Just ask The Crab or The ’Stache your question and press the button to see them spin into action. When you release the button these hand-held oracles will snap to your answer. Of course, if you are asking a crab, the answer may seem a bit crabby. And The ’Stache’s answers tend to be hair related.

 

Each fortune-telling device is 3.5 inches square by 1.5 inches tall — just the right size to fit in your hand. It is the perfect item for anyone who needs to make quick decisions.

 

Status: The price for each of these is $30. While The ’Stache sports a classic green and tan motif, The Crab is available in a variety of attractive colors. Email us to see what color combinations are in stock and to order.

The Crab may respond to your query with, “Why are you asking me?”

"Why are you asking me?" is one of the four responses you'll get when you Ask The Crab. Created by Pie in the Kisser Studio.
"You're killing me" is one of the four responses you'll get when you Ask The Crab. Created by Pie in the Kisser Studio.
"Who Cares?" is one of the four responses you'll get when you Ask The Crab. Created by Pie in the Kisser Studio.
"Hell yes" is one of the four responses you'll get when you Ask The Crab. Created by Pie in the Kisser Studio.

Other possible crabby answers include “You’re killing me”, “Who cares?” and “Hell yes.”

Ask The 'Stache responds with one of four answers: "Let it grow", "Full Beard", "Moustache Only" or "Shave it off." Pie in the Kisser Studio.

The ’Stache may advise you to, “Let it grow”, “Full Beard”, “Moustache Only” and “Shave it off.” You decide what each answer means.

Ask The Crab: The Movie

Detailed instruction on how to use the "Ask The Crab" fortune telling device. By Pie in the Kisser Studio.

Printed instruction come with every Crab and ‘Stache

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