If you're a food enthusiast and one that enjoys the finer things in life then you can stop reading right now. This isn't for you.
But if you like a classic Australian ice cream or a delicious Italian favourite, then this is the place for you.
A Dutch company has started selling a variety of custom made handbags and they are truly outrageous.
The thing that will pique some people's interests will be the impressively lifelike Bubble O' Bill ice cream bag.
For the uninitiated, a Bubble O' Bill is a classic Aussie treat found in most freezer sections of supermarkets, service stations and convenience stores. Its niche was an actual piece of bubble gum that served as Bill's nose that could provide several minutes of chewing joy after downing the ice cream.
If you enjoy whacking a couple of these in your gob during summer then why not immortalise your love and carry it around with you wherever you go.
Rommy DeBommy is selling them online for a casual AUD$421, which would certainly sting your wallet. But can you put a price on high fashion like this?
The website says the handbag is made from hard foam and features high-quality fuchsia faux leather on the backside and a baby pink zipper.
"Can be worn in two different ways. Hollow from inside which means there's some space inside for some small things like a [phone], make-up, money, and cards," Rommy DeBommy says.
But if you're not all that keen on ice cream and instead love the idea of a plate full of lasagne, then the retailer has you covered.
This one will set you back even more than the Bubble O'Bill one at AUD$586.
It takes around two to four weeks for Rommy to get these bad boys in production so as long as you're willing to wait then it will totally be worth it.
On top of that, it can take between four to eight weeks to ship to your address.
"Keep in mind it can take longer if the customs take the package for a check-up. The customs may keep the package on hold for at least 3 weeks," Rommy warns.
But if you're keen on sporting some food related handbags then you know where to turn.
Featured Image Credit: Rommy DeBommy