Fall Asleep With Your Own “Fried Chicken Pillow” – That Sizzles!
I post a “What The Friday?!?” story every week, because the world just keeps offering up wild, wacky, weird and just plain fascinating stuff – like these “Fried Chicken Pillows!”
As always, the terrific website SoraNews24.com has the story!
Japanese brand Felissimo has unveiled their latest food product that isn’t for eating! They call it the “Mocchiri Juicy Karaage Cushion” – which translates to this:
“Springy Juicy Fried Chicken Cushion!”
And of course, since the Japanese serve their fried chicken with a wedge of lemon, you get that too!
As SoraNews24 Reporter Oona McGee reports:
It’s a fried chicken pillow!there are three different designs available, each retailing for 3,300 yen (US$31.47) each. There’s the standard fried chicken that’s “small and easy to eat” (left); fried chicken that’s “so good you’ll want to save it for the end of the meal” (middle); fried chicken with “the best ratio of meat and skin” (right).
Of course, they also offer the soothing ASMR sounds of chicken sizzling in the fryer – check out this 15-minute clip they’ve provided!
SoranNews24 Reporter Oona McGee always has the best stories!
You can see her entire story by clicking here and get ready to explore some of the coolest stuff around, thanks to Soranews24.com:
Of course, it’s not the only fried food you can wear:
Yes, it’s a Fried Shrimp “Snuggle”, and if you want to see what it looks like to wear, just click on my story here:
I’ve shared wearable food before, and also another “food pillow” for the truly adventurous:
Yes, it’s an “Oyster Pillow” – and it’s just one of the many “oyster” products you can buy!
See more by clicking on my story here:
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