Colton Haynes knows you've been calling him "Daddy" on Twitter, you thirsty fans. But he's not creeped out — he's cashing in!

The Teen Wolf actor has launched a new collection of merchandise on his online store, which includes items like "Daddy" t-shirts and baseball caps (for $48) and crop tops with the word "Anxious" scribbled across them.

The tongue-in-cheek products come only weeks after Justin Bieber and Zayn Malik stirred up controversy for their own merchandise: a "Bigger Than Satan" tank top and a heavy metal-inspired t-shirt designed by Iron Maiden artist Mark Wilkinson, respectively.

Wacky merchandise has long been par the course for celebrities and music artists: In 2014, Charli XCX toyed with the idea of selling branded tampons at her tour merch booths. Unfortunately she was forced to, um, pull the plug on her grand vision over health concerns (presumably related to the dyes that would require).

Also in 2014, Miley Cyrus shilled gold-leafed hemp rolling papers while on tour for Bangerz that reportedly cost $65 a pack. And at one point, Pitbull sold "Artisanal Soy Teakwood and Tobacco Candles" in his web store... because when you're trying to "Feel This Moment," lighting fancy candles always helps to set the mood.

Scroll through the gallery above to see our favorite — and definitely least expected — celebrity merch currently for sale.