Penis-Shaped Waffles Full Of Sausage Are Now A Thing

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A Bangkok food stall with a name that translates as ‘I Got It From My Dad’ has infected the internet with a video of its penis shaped waffles.

The video went virile – I mean viral – because it was a video of some waffles shaped like c*cks. Kinda writes itself really.

Remember when Blurred Lines came out, at first it was like: ‘This is good’ and then it went: ‘Oh, hang on a second’, that’s kind of how I’m feeling about writing this to be honest.

So if I say something like: ‘Bet you can’t wait to wrap your lips around these meaty beasts’ I mean it in a straight-laced, Bake Off kinda way.

Posted by Marefood on Saturday, 16 September 2017

The sausage-stuffed waffles have been selling like hotcakes from Ketnita Prasertsomboon’s food stall Pho Hai Ma in western Bangkok, according to Khaosod English.

Ketnita told local TV:

Some people told me that I’m doing something obscene and un-Buddhist.

I got a bit stressed, but I didn’t fight back.

I just want people to view it as a snack.

However, not everyone has a taste for the meaty mouthfuls.

Local celebrity chef Yingsak Chonglertjetsadawong said:

From my time in the food industry, I never thought I would encounter food shaped like genitalia.

Some women take photos of themselves about to eat the waffles, or even videos of themselves eating one to post online.

It’s inappropriate and a bad example for the youth.

Pho Hai Ma/Facebook

The chef’s gone as far as to call for a boycott of the c*ck-shaped snack. Talk about stoking the fire.

Seriously, how many of these do you think you could fit down your throat?

Pho Hai Ma/Facebook

Ketnita however seems to be oblivious to the criticism, telling Khaosod English:

Some people told me that I’m doing something obscene and un-Buddhist.

I just want people to view it as a snack.

Pho Hai Ma/Facebook

The size of the stir Ketnita’s sausages have caused has been so big local television station Amarin TV has interviewed her about her trending street food.

More controversial is the fact Ketnita didn’t even invent the idea of d*ck-shaped dogs, Thai website Coconuts points out penis waffles have been trendy in Taiwan for some time.

The snacks go for 39 baht which is about 90p and come with options of ketchup, mayonnaise or chocolate as toppings.

Don’t fancy sriracha going anywhere near mine though.


Tim Horner

Tim Horner

Tim Horner is a sub-editor at UNILAD. He graduated with a BA Journalism from University College Falmouth before most his colleagues were born. A previous editor of adult mags, he now enjoys bringing the tone down in the viral news sector.