Trending: To all in tents, these have no purpose
Locating your standard-issue navy tent in a festival campsite at three in the morning is an exasperating activity, often ending in an accidental fumble with a stranger when you get into the wrong Eurohike from Millets.
But with FieldCandy's new ker-azy designs, you'll never lose your tent again. It has everything from a watermelon to a sandwich; a big top to a garden shed.
One tasteful option features a faux shadow of a couple kissing (we think it would have been funnier if they had instead based it on the scene in Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, in which Mike Myers and Heather Graham accidentally cast some pretty obscene shadows through their tent).
Perhaps the most annoying of the wacky tents on offer, though, is the one made to look like a book. You might be able to find your tent with FieldCandy, but when you get back there, don't be too surprised if you've been robbed and it smells of urine.
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