If you've seen that New York Times commercial you know its readers aren't the types to crave the scents of "cinnamon roll" or "fresh cut roses" like the rest of the plebes. Now readers can feel like they're squabbling over sections of the Weekender anytime with a newsprint-scented candle designed by the late artist Tobias Wong. $65 is a small price to pay, considering it doubles as a "housetraining the dog"-scented candle when placed in the bathroom.
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This is ridiculous. No one buys the newspaper-scented candle. They're all burning the internet-scented candle for free.