Playing with Food

When we were growing up, gelatin was formed into blue and red stars, wobbled in our shaking hands and stained our palms with its food-color-ly goodness. It never occurred to us to do much else with it. Because it’s (basically) food and — as any mother will instruct you, ours included, prompted or not — food is not to be played with. Unless you are this guy. In which case, we’d encourage it:




And this is why we love you, Internet. (Thanks Puck Daddy for the link).

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