Food: The FDA Approved "Cookie-Flavored" Underwear... Here's Why!


The FDA Approved "Cookie-Flavored" Underwear... Here's Why!

 

 

The product is meant to be an alternative to dental dams, as a way to pleasure a woman orally while preventing sexually transmitted infections. 

 

 

The makers of Lorals describe the product as "disposable, latex underwear that prevents the transmission of bodily fluids, harmful pathogens, and STIs."  They're sold in both bikini or "shortie" cuts, and they are as thin as condoms. 

 

 

To be clear, they're single-use . . . and specifically made for women's bodies. 

 

 

On their website, you can try a pack of four for $25.00 . . . and if you join their mailing list, you can get 10% off.  

 

(For more information, you can find the Not-Safe-For-Work Lorals website, here.  As for flavors, it sounds like they're all the same vanilla cookie one for now.  But it seems inevitable that they could expand to others . . . like maybe peanut butter, snickerdoodle, or oatmeal raisin.)  (???) 

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Shake Shack Is Selling Candles That Smell Like a Burger and Fries 

 

 

The best part of SMELLING a burger and fries is . . . that you're about to EAT a burger and fries.  Is the smell still just as great if you're NOT? 

 

 

Shake Shack has teamed up with a fragrance company called Apotheke to create burgers and fries CANDLES.  The burger one smells like "a bite of a ShackBurger in the spring air," and the other, Shake & Fries, includes "notes of a salty, crispy crinkle-cut fry and a creamy, indulgent milkshake."  (???) 

 

 

They're available as a set for $42, at ApothekeCo.com.  Jump on it now if you're interested.  They're only available for a limited time while supplies last.

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Krispy Kreme Is Giving Away Free Original Glazed Doughnuts On May 13, 2022

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The Average American Eats About 60 Burgers Per Year 

 

 

 Do you have one GO-TO item that you look for on a menu? And if you're about to say "garden salad" . . . you aren't fooling ANYONE. 

 

 

In a new poll, 20% of people say that it's a BURGER.  And 58% said they "frequently" order burgers while dining out. 

 

 

On average, Americans scarf down about five burgers per month, which is a little more than one a week . . . and about 60 over the course of a year. 

 

 

That includes everything from burgers grilled at home . . . to fast food . . . to sit-down restaurants.  The poll only included people who like burgers, though they cast a wide net, including alternatives like chicken burgers and veggie burgers. 

 

 

As for toppings, 33% of people like to stick to a traditional burger, while 16% are always looking for something innovative.  42% of people say they usually order a burger exactly as it is on the menu . . . while 23% prefer to customize. 

 

 

And on average, people would travel 34 MILES for the perfect burger. 

 

 

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Today is National Crouton Day

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