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Junk food characters beef up this calorific calendar

It's hard to believe that we'll soon be approaching the end of 2013. So, whilst we question where the year has gone, it's time to prepare yourself for the year ahead and what better way to start things off than a new calendar design (opens in new tab)?

This 2014 Junk Food calendar (opens in new tab) is not only the ultimate treat for your wall, provide calorific inspiration all year long. Created by 55 Hi's (opens in new tab) in collaboration with SockMonkee (opens in new tab), and coming in a limited edition poster-style (opens in new tab) as well as a hanging desk version (opens in new tab), it features 12 original monthly-themed junk food characters that we just love.

Each month has circles denoting standard holidays as well as a collection of annual junk food themed holidays. What's more, the calendar comes packaged in a special Tootsie-Roll inspired offering. Every poster is rolled up in a different bright candy colored tissue paper and given a custom Junk Food Calendar wrap.

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junk food calendar

junk food calendar

junk food calendar

junk food calendar

junk food calendar

junk food calendar

You can purchase the Junk Food calendar at 55 Hi's (opens in new tab).

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