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weird magic items: the “End of History”

November 4, 2017 Leave a comment

A fine balance in taste and ethical impropriety somewhere between the $1000 teapot and the carnivorous furniture is this 55% alcohol beer which is presented in the preserved body of a small dead animal. “End of History” with 55% alcohol content is plausibly strong enough to both kill and apply effective taxidermy to various not-so-small and mostly-hairless hominids, let alone some unfortunate squirrel who’s last days would be spent as a novelty rich-person’s trophy-drink.

This beer has been around for a few years now but is apparently moving into the US market. Personally, I imagine that after quaffing such a potent brew I would probably be grateful for the fact that it had been served in what would, by the probable ensuing state of stupendous intoxication, clearly represent a tasty after-drinks snack.

Carnivorous furniture. Yes, really.

November 4, 2017 Leave a comment