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Create a Gummy Bear Version of Yourself


Next time you say "bite me", people can literally carry out your instructions.

Japanese bistro FabCafe has created an incredible service where people can recreate themselves in edible 'gummy bear' form. It's a 2-part process involving a full 3D body scan, followed by a moulding, creating the final product. The service is only 6,000 Yen - £42.95 and is being offered to celebrate Japan's White Day - a second Valentine's Day where men present gifts to women (on February 14th the reverse happens).

We can't think of anything more romantic than giving an edible version of yourself to your partner to rip apart with their bare teeth.

[via DesignTaxi]

Images: FabCafe



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