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This Christmas serve your cocktails in
tall clear glasses. As you come to each
you can reach into the ice bucket with
your metal forceps and drop in a set of
dentures, complete with pink gums.
At least that's what they look like, but
they're just a novelty set you
earlier using your new Frozen
the Back Teeth ice cube making kit.
The kit includes moulds, for top and
bottom dentures, along with two
food dies to stain the water. You begin
filling the moulds up to the gum line with
white coloured water. When this has been
frozen, you top it up with pink stain for
the gums and
For added realism you can add an
effervescent tablet to the drinks,
a steam of bubbles that merrily swirl
around the melting molars.
||I've been making martinis - I'm sure this could work in somwhow.
||Hear them chatter as you chatter. [+]
||Customary visit from the auto-boner.
Come out and fight like the slime mould
you know you are.
||It'd be an even better prank to play on your grandad!
||Why stop with teeth? How about miniature frozen corpses of Arctic explorers? Ah, another Captain Scott in my gin and tonic, if you'd be so kind.
||No offence - I like it - but aren't novelty-shaped ice cubes something that exists already?
||This is really creative! I like the idea but
wouldn't like to drink anything with any
body parts in it. Bravo.
||I like the severed finger idea better.
||//I like the severed finger idea better.//
the problem with making ice cubes out
of other body parts lies with colour,
definition, and what I would call iconic
recognition. Teeth are always emotive,
and would still be recognisable, even as
half melted stumps.
||And everyone knows what happens when you put teeth in a soda....