Chocolate butthole for your Valentine

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Chocolate butthole for your Valentine

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The things you learn about from the cute young beertender girl at your local pub..... :ugeek:

There's still time for Rent to place his order before Valentine's Day.....

Best. Quote. Ever.: "I poured the stuff in me bum and it all run past me nuts into me face."

:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

Available either as a generic chocolate anus (just search Amazon and be sure to read the Q&As!) or as a custom-molded glass or brass anus (scroll down in the linked article for a video of a "performance artist" getting a mold made of her brown star).

https://www.elitedaily.com/news/world/e ... old/932939
You Can Actually Give Your Valentine A Chocolate Mold Of Your Butthole

BY CONNOR TOOLE
FEB 10 2015

Anyone still looking for a gift to give this Valentine's Day is rapidly running out of time, and unless you feel like risking your prospects of getting laid on overnight shipping, you'll probably want to get it out of the way.

Chocolate and sex are both Valentine's Day staples, but if you really want to think outside of the heart-shaped box on Saturday, there's really only one option: an Edible Anus:

For just $38.95 (plus the cost of expedited shipping), the company will ship you five boxes of white, milk and dark chocolate starfish that no reasonable person wouldn't enjoy receiving as a gift.

The man behind the Edible Anus, Magnus Irvin, first started by casting his own anus. The process, however, wasn't without setbacks.

"I poured the stuff in me bum and it all run past me nuts into me face."

Does your girlfriend prefer jewelry over chocolate? You're still in luck (as long as you have an extra $1,900) as the company also offers custom bronze molds.
....and some rin up hill and down dale, knapping the chucky stanes to pieces wi' hammers, like sae mony road-makers run daft - they say it is to see how the warld was made!
Saint Ronan's Well - Sir Walter Scott, Bart. (1824)

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