Chicken Nugget Stone

chicken-nugget-stone-2 This isn't actually a chicken nugget, but it plays one on television. From the listing:
Citrine is known as a "success" stone because it is said in folklore to promote success and abundance, especially in business and commerce. Placing a cluster or crystal of citrine in ones cash box has produced more income for the merchant. It not only assists the merchant in acquiring wealth, but helps to maintain a state of wealth. Its lore also says that it enhances mental clarity, confidence, happiness and will power. Citrine is purported to bring good fortune, sometimes in very unexpected ways. Citrine is also a good general protection stone according to crystal healing lore. It is said to alleviate depression and self-doubt, and diminish irrational mood swings due to the effect of mental clarity it has. In traditional folklore and crystal healing lore it is said to aid the digestion and eliminate nightmares that disturb one's sleep.
Do you want fries with that? Thanks StumpTown Crafts! {source}
Posted by Karen Sugarpants on May 25, 2009 @ 7:29 pm  

5 Responses to “Chicken Nugget Stone”

  1. Morgan (3 comments.) Says:

    So…the only things it doesn’t do…is your taxes.

    Morgan’s last blog post..*Ahem. Knitting In Popular (And Not As Popular) Culture.

  2. Stump (14 comments.) Says:

    So happy you liked it!

  3. moosh in indy. (16 comments.) Says:

    Suddenly I’m considering candy coated chicken nuggets as an acceptable dinner treat.

    moosh in indy.’s last blog post..namecalling.

  4. Jade beads (112 comments.) Says:

    food for the rich? hehe

  5. Noadi (10 comments.) Says:

    I collect mineral specimens along with fossils and other oddities and I wouldn’t mind this one. Citrine is actually a beautiful stone, I’m thinking this is the fault of a terrible photographer who doesn’t know how to photograph stones well.

    Does bear a striking resemblance to a chicken nugget though.

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