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vicodin charms

 

Call them the jewelry version of Amy Winehouse’s “Rehab,” your unlucky charm, or the anti-medic-alert bracelet.

We just discovered these necklaces on Ahalife.com, an online high-concept indie design retailer.

Called Bad Habit Necklaces, they’re $176 a piece, and look like something you’d spot in a modern art museum as an emblem of these anxious xanax-popping times. But maybe not bling?

What do you make of these necklaces?

Drug-glorifying and inappropriate?

Hilarious and ironic?

Comforting placebo?

Tell us in the Comments, below!