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February 21, 2009

schoko kids/2sweet2kill — Chocolate Pistols by Yvonne Lee Schultz

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Wrote the artist, "Touching the senses, the chocolate guns are strangely

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serving the pleasure for sweets, while emphasizing the irresistible thrill of the toy.

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Either way, they are 2sweet2kill."

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why not give them eight grams of crack, a crack pipe, and a small blow torch? and a driver's license? and an AK with a few extra 30-shot clips?

oh hell, go the whole way and give them a fucking nuclear weapon and a good case of sugar rage from eating their nifty candy 9s.

christ...

Posted by: Weird | Feb 21, 2009 7:21:14 PM

Once again, ewwwww. The idea of a kid putting the barrel in his mouth for a chomp gives me the serious heebie-jeebies. um... really...serious heebie-jeebies.

Posted by: Tamra | Feb 21, 2009 6:23:57 PM

I tend to agree with clifyt on the chockie guns.

However, I do LOVE the porcelain pistols:
http://www.yvonneleeschultz.com/work/porcelain-pistol/

I've always liked the idea of playing a concert with a flute made of chocolate. Eating the instrument up would be part of the recital -- probably the best part. Or, a flute made of hard candy, maybe. Hard candy would have more staying power -- maybe a nice peppermint, or sour watermelon. I'd say caramel apple but I'd never get a note out of it. Too yummy.

Posted by: Flautist | Feb 21, 2009 12:36:35 PM

Considering the culture of violence kids come into, WHY oh WHY give them a gun???

Sure, most of us grew up decently and had toy guns and otherwise, but we grew up in a different time, different place...hell, for a time, I owned my own gun as well. It stopped when I realized that the correlation between owning a gun and being in situations where one is required is positive and nearly incontrovertible. After getting shot at, I decided to get rid of mine, and never needed to even think about having one again.

So, why start kids off earlier...mine are never going to know guns exist except for wackjob NRA and criminals.

Posted by: clifyt | Feb 21, 2009 9:40:39 AM

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