You Can Send A Mate A Creme Egg Flavoured Vagina Called A 'Fudgeina'
Well, at least now we know we've reached the peak of Creme Egg-based strangeness, except oh no, of course we haven't, because this article is about Creme Egg flavoured fudge vaginas.
You might be wondering why anyone would want to buy themselves such a thing, but the idea is that you can gift a 'fudgeina' to any person in the world, either with a personal message or completely anonymously.
The fudge is made by an artisan fudge maker, who pours it into a special vagina-shaped mould. The limited edition Creme Egg flavoured version has been brought in for Easter, and they also sell a strawberry flavoured fudgeina, a vanilla fudgeina, and a whole chocolate vagina - for those that don't like fudge but do like vaginas.
Matthew Garbutt started the company in December in a bid to create countless 'what the fuck' moments across the globe, though admits he now spends a lot of time explaining why he has 'hundreds of vaginas laying around the house'.
Speaking to LADbible, he said: "I started it because you could send almost everything else on the internet, why not vaginas? Or vulvas, if we're being anatomically correct.
"Also, receiving it in the mail is just a 'what the fuck' type moment, which is hilarious."
So which flavour is the best? Matthew has his own choice, of course: "I prefer the strawberry, but Creme Egg is definitely the most popular."
The fudgeinas are also completely vegan, which as Matthew points out, means there's 'no meat in the vagina, unless you put it there'. Please guys, just don't put it there. Please.
You wouldn't think we'd need to tell you that, but fudgeina customers can actually throw a condom in with their order. The company website explains: "We'll put a condom in with the delivery to let your friend know what you expect them to do with it."
Once again though, can we reiterate: if you are the recipient of a fudgeina, just don't, OK? Even if it comes with a condom.
The fudgeinas are priced at £11.99 and come with free delivery in the UK, though you can ship them abroad if you so wish.
Featured Image Credit: Fudgeina