If you’re looking for something to say, “I love you, happy holidays!!” why not get a chocolate mold of your anus and gift it to your boo? Or, grab a mold of your significant other’s behind to show them just how much you adore their poop shoot. While it seems a bit crazy, and a bit #fakenews, this is the real deal, y’all. If you’re as obsessed with your partner’s ass as they are with yours, show them the right way by making it edible. Edible Anus, a company that specializes in – you guessed it – edible anus’, will send you a box of three chocolate butts for only $10. Magnus Irvin, the owner of Edible Anus, is clearly onto something here.
Irvin came up with this idea in 2006 when he was working on an art exhibit featuring several different color chocolate anus’ (you think he has a type?). He used his own anus apparently, and the product came out a bit messy. But, he came up with the idea to mold other people’s butts and sell them for profit. Even better.
When creating the mold, you’ll have to sit in a bit of an awkward position (obviously), but it’s all worth it for art and glory, am I right? If you’re not into chocolate and think it’s a bit too much like poop coming out of your anus, you can splurge and get your significant other a bronze or silver replica of your anus.
Don’t worry, it will only run you about $500 for them – a perfect price to pay for a beautiful booty-hole. People on Twitter were both amazed and dumbfounded that this is an actual business, but hey, to each their own.
At some point, someone somewhere said "I've got a great idea for a business" and pitched this. And a little later, someone else said "Great idea – here's the money to set it up!" And here we now are. https://t.co/Rc9y4V5oQc
— Jeremy Drysdale (@jeremydrysdale) December 12, 2017
This takes gift giving to a *hole* new level.https://t.co/2JEryoU3xv
— Jack (@SkipTerrio) December 12, 2017
— Jennifer Mullaney (@JenMMullaney) December 12, 2017
Nothing says love like an edible anus https://t.co/L5SJ3G24xh
— Samuel Jenkinson🦎 (@samueljenkinson) December 12, 2017
Word to the wise? Don’t have beans the day before your mold appointment. Just sayin’.