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Eau de Whopper

GeneralEdward KiledjianComment

BurgerKing Japan will be releasing (on April 1) a special Whopper eau de toilette. It may be an April 1 prank so stay tuned. 

The current promise is that for that day (April 1), the purveyor of Whopper will sell the perfume for 5,000 Yen (about $US42) with a whopper. 

So I don't know if this is real, we'll just have to wait and see.

The World needs Gummy Bear Sausage

GeneralEdward KiledjianComment

In the category of "are they out of their minds" comes Gummy Bear sausage. At first this looks like a misprint or a joke but it isn't. Oh no folks, this is the real thing. 

Grundhofer Old Fashioned Meats (link) in Minnesota is the creator of this meaty sugary monstrosity. The owner, Spencer GRundhofer, said this started as a joke when a friend suggested he make a gummy bear flavored sausage.  The joke turned into a permanent menu item when demand continued to grow. Because who doesn't want sugary Brat?

Source: neatorama

Strange napkin table invention

GeneralEdward KiledjianComment

Since we've cured all sickness and disease, the human race can now turn its attention to the incredible important issue of dining while at a picnic. All right... We haven't cured everything yet which is why I am so dumbfounded when I see people waste energy on absolutely useless inventions like this.

I can't wait to see the ads for it on TV.

  • Are you tire of eating on the floor at picnics?
  • Want to keep ants away from your food?
  • Are you lazy and want the food closer to your mouth?
  • Do you want to be that weirdo that everyone points to at your next picnic?

Michael Jan, an industrial designer in Taiwan, has heard your cries for a better picnic dining experience and has created the napkin table (link). Each person wear's one end of this horrific contraption which even has slots for your cup and bowl.

I guess some weardos will want one but they have to wait. At this point this is only a design but you know someone will commercialize this.