Added on: 2nd Mar 2016
DEEP SEA WATER
MaHaLo Hawaii Deep Sea drinking water comes to you from the island
paradise of Hawaii; three thousand feet below the ocean surface,
where the water is naturally clean, pure, cold, and filled with healthy
minerals and nutrients. They say it has magical effects on the
These sugar-free lollipops, which you can find all over Arizona,
feature a 100% real scorpion. Don’t worry though; it won’t bite back.
If a scorpion-featuring lollipop is not thrilling enough for you,
visit Thailand and try this “delicious” chocolate candy that
includes oven-roasted scorpions covered in delicious dark
chocolate. Mmmmm, no thanks!
Do we really need to explain why Vietnamese bottles of wine are
weird and strange? These bottles include pickled snakes
(often a cobra) inside!
CANNED NYC AIR
The idea of paying ten bucks for some of the free stuff that keeps
us alive may seem like a ludicrous waste of money (and it probably
is). But we’re talking about New York air here. If you’ve been to this
marvellous city you know there’s just nothing quite like it.
This whole penis fascination thing in Greece goes back to ancient
times when the Greeks honoured the phallus and celebrated phallic
festivals. Nowadays most souvenir shops in Athens follow the
tradition and sell wooden penises for various uses such as bottle
openers, little statues, and more. Satyrs with boners are considered
the best-selling pieces, but you can also find penis-shaped
glass bottles that “pee” ouzo.
Savannah, Georgia, is known for its swamps and vicious alligators.
A large number of tourists have a crush on these wildlife creatures
for some odd reason and so the locals came up with a boutique
that sells various items shoppers can take home, such as the
jaw-clenching reptile itself (its head at least).
KANGAROO SCROTUM BOTTLE OPENER
This is a great gift for a friend who has pretty much everything
or just likes to drink beer. This genuine product is harvested
and processed in accordance with Australian National Parks &
Wildlife Service rules and regulations so don’t worry, they don’t
kill kangaroos just to make bottle openers.