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Cereal and Monkey Heads?

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Remember that scene in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom when chilled monkey brains were served at a banquet — in real monkey heads with the tops sliced off?
Now you can relive those fond memories — or nightmares — by eating meals out of your very own monkey brain bowls. The bowls are shaped like freshly decapitated monkey skulls, and even come with hairs sprouting out the sides and the scalp. Each one has a removable scalp lid that does a good job of keeping your food warm before you eat it.
Or you could use the bowls every morning for your cold cereal. Really, what better way is there to start your day than by digging your spoon around in the head of a dead monkey?
Source: FireBox

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