“Please do not eat. Please store in a place that does not reach the hands of children.”
That’s the disclaimer provided by Tokyo Kitsch a Japanese online retailer selling knick-knacks for their fake food stationery.
Sure enough, thanks to the realistic likeness of the stationery to popular food items, it’s easy to mistake a bookmark for a strip of bacon left behind by a sloppy eater.
Prices for the bookmarks range from 972 yen ($8.75) to 1512 yen ($13.60), and cost 1080 yen ($9.73) per postcard.
We’re feeling hungry just looking at these delicious “foodmarks”.
[H/T: Bored Panda]
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