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Severed Toe and Ear Cookies are Too Gross to Stomach

by Hazel Chua

I get queasy pretty easily. In fact, I can hardly eat after watching a horror movie or after reading a particularly gory series of comics. (Cough, cough. The Walking Dead. Cough, cough. Thank God it’s not rendered in color.)

And while I love cookies just as much as the average person, I’d probably have a hard time swallowing these for obvious reasons.

Toe CookiesJust look at the dirt and grime on those toes. And are those molds? Don’t even get me started on the burst corns and blood just oozing out from the end where the toes were severed from the giant cookie foot.

I don’t think I’d be able to have my cookie and eat it, too. And get a load of these bloody ear cookie pops as well.

Ear Cookies

These disgustingly awesome cookies were baked by Natasha of Nevie-Pie Cakes.

[via Geekologie]




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