I just hope that chocolate isn’t tainted.
“You can put your chopsticks in them” https://youtu.be/elQGa97sNFM
So it’s not an image of the Hittite god Anus? I’m disappointed.
All anuses are edible… If you’re brave enough.
The pedant in me wants to argue points about mastication and digestion being inherent in how ‘edible’ something is, but the cynical smartass in me is like:
Heh heh… they made a sex joke!
For people who’ve experimented with rimming, this candy might serve as an inside joke, an intimate reminder of a different gift exchange. And for everyone else, it’s just a “yuk! Gross!” reaction that only reinforces the idea that if it freaks you out, then you never expect you’ll ever want to try it.
Myself, I wish they’d gone a little farther with the flavors, maybe mint chocolate or orange chocolate.
If you’ve eaten a Slim Jim (or other cheap sausage) you’ve eaten anuses.
I almost went for it
But I opted for the stuffed blobfish instead
My daughter calls her “Shud”
After this mermaid…
“…with this thoroughly tongue-in-cheek gift.”
I GET IT!
Wow, Shud is like, the perfect name for a blobfish.
It’s not that rimming is “gross,” per se; it’s that the gimmick for profit based upon mere shock value here is so flagrantly tacky.
Don’t forget cheap calamari.
The story he told Emily went something like this. A while ago, he was visiting a pork-processing plant in Oklahoma. He's walking through it with a friend, a guy who managed the plant, actually. And at some point he saw boxes stacked on the floor labeled, "artificial calamari." He stood there, wondering for a second. And then he asked his friend, what's artificial calamari? Bung, his friend replied. It's hog rectum. Rectum that would be sliced into rings, deep fried, and boom. There you have it.
Unfair. The blobfish doesn’t look like that at its normal pressure; the specimen we saw had basically exploded. If you dragged a tiger to the bottom of the Marianas Trench it would be ugly too.
I’m not clicking that.
Also this seems apt: