Worship The Moon With A Butt Cake

Buttock-shaped moon cakes sold ahead of the Mid-Autumn festival in Singapore

To help celebrate the annual Mid-Autumn Festival in China and Singapore — Chinese store, Goods of Desire, created mooncakes that are butts.

Why butts, you ask? Traditional mooncakes are made especially for the Mid-Autumn Festival, which is dedicated to lunar worship and moon-watching. Mission accomplished, China… We can’t take our eyes off these moons.

A sales assistant presents a buttock-shaped mooncake sold ahead of the Mid-Autumn festival in Singapore

[via Incredible Things]

Comments

  1. Ha, ha. Brilliant. Love the glaze.

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