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Angry Birds Bento Box Catapults Birds and Pigs into Stomachs

by Paul Strauss
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Has Angry Birds jumped the shark yet? Given the fact that I still haven’t gotten 3 gold stars on every level and haven’t found all the golden eggs, I’m going to say no. Still, you’ve got to wonder if a game has gone too far when it starts to find its way into our stomachs. Remember Pac-Man cereal? Still, how can you say no to this Angry Birds bento box lunch?

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Yep, still cute. This fun creation was made by the guys at mymealbox, and perfectly captures a bird and a green piggy in edible form. The red bird was made from white rice and tomato sauce, with a carrot beak and red pasta feather. Green piggy was crafted from rice, edamame and pea paste, with good-enough-to-eat edamame ears, and a cucumber nose. Both of them have eyebrows and eyes made from nori and cheese slices. Mmm. Eyes are the most delicious part of all animals, aren’t they?

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I just would hate to hear how much squawking goes on while you digest one of the birds, given all the noises they let out when you simply shoot them in a catapult.

[mymealbox via Flickr]

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