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Chilling monkey brains bowl

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Ah, dessert! Vanilla custard topped with strawberry sauce! Or, in the interests of dramatic effect, monkey brains.

Now you too can unsettle the stomachs of dinner guests a la Temple of Doom with your very own primate platter - a Monkey Brain Bowl.

The perfect serving vessel for rejuvenating stale dinner party conversations, freaking out far-sighted guests or capping off an Indiana Jones marathon, this novelty skull contains a removal bowl for ease of cleaning (though finding a monkey head in the dishwasher is a joke that never gets old).

Available for £34.99 from Firebox.com, we implore you not to seek out any online merchants dealing in primate parfait to complete the ensemble.



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