Pull The Trigger, DO IT!: Popsicle Handguns
So I'm in Manhattan Beach waiting for some wine and cheese festival to begin (because
I'm classy as shit free booze) and thought to myself, "self, you should really go the closest bar and write Geekologie articles until the wine starts flowing. You know, get a head start on the festivities." BOOM -- here I am! Popsicle handguns: they teach kids about gun safety.
In 2003, Florian Jenett and Valentin Beinroth placed about 50 handgun replicas in downtown Frankfurt. The guns were made from tinted ice, making them look real at first sight.
In 2009 they did a new edition of their Freeze! project but made the guns eatable by using coke, licorice, cherry and food coloring.
I can hear the soccer moms screaming in outrage even as I type this. That said, you really shouldn't encourage children to put gun-shaped objects in their mouths. Paint chips and LEGO blocks sure, but guns? Not cool. Also not cool: this beer I've been drinking. Shit's hotter than demon urine. OMG, I think I picked up somebody's leftover. I thought I tasted napkin!
Hit the jump for three more incredibly sensual shots, including a chick that looks like that chick that pretended to be a dude in that one movie.
Life Like edible Popsicle Handguns! [geektyrant]
Thanks to 43 y/o undead warlock, who doesn't need popsicle guns because he has a freezer full of witch's tits.