Normal people eat chocolate bunnies ears-first


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Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/04/06/perverts.html


Eating people will not give you the nutrition you need
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B Kliban had an out-scale impact on my view of the world.


Cooking (not just dinner)
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I always eat my chocolate ducks bill-first.


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And he gives me a chocolate Easter bunny. And this shows how tricky those guys are. I eat the chocolate and I think, wait a second… this isn’t around Easter.
"Was this a test?"
He said, “Yes.”
"And what does it mean?"
He said, "Well, had you eaten the ears first you would have been normal; had you eaten the feet first you would have had an inferiority complex; had you eaten the tail first you would have had latent homosexual tendencies; and had you eaten the breasts first you would have had a latent oedipal complex."
I said, "Well, go on. What does it mean when you bite out the eyes and scream, ‘Stop staring at me!’?’"
He says, "It shows you’ve a tendency towards self-destruction."
I said, "What do you recommend?"
He says, “Go for it!”


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As with all vaguely anthropomorphised candy, “feet first” is the pro choice.

How else are you going to stop it running away?


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lagomorphized?


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And if one computes a random starting point for eating, knowing full well that it did not represent a real rabbit? Some people would probably say that one is antisocial for disregarding others’ neurotic conventions.


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Oblig:


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It’s not disregard, I just prefer to socialize at well adjusted conventions.


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You people are all weird.

You’re supposed to eat the bunny’s eggs first.


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The study fails to mention rabbits left unharmed due to being made from rather awful chocolate.


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I pick-off the one at the back.


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I like to eat them slowly from the bottom up, so I can hear the screams until the last delicious bite. Dark chocolate only, please.


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Well, duh.

It’s just too bad that it’s hard to find the big, solid bunnies in dark.


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Honestly, it’s not about social conventions. Not starting from a nice pointy bit that fits in your mouth is kind of like my two-year-old eating a piece of bread. The question isn’t whether she starts from a corner or an edge, she starts from the flat of the bread, just trying to… mush it in there, despite her nose being in the way.


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I clicked through from RSS just to post this… ninja’d.


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