Ice Cream Or Dildo? This Popsicle (Literally) Explodes In Your Mouth

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Is this popsicle a rocket ... or a penis?

If you're in the market for a cooling, sensual treat and champagne-flavored Viagra ice cream and alcoholic champagne-flavored gummy bears aren't your thing, there's good news. A popsicle from Swedish ice cream company GB Glace had been made just for you and your perverted little mind. 

Introducing the "X-Pop", a popsicle that is definitely going to raise some eyebrows.


PHOTO: Daily Dot

Like pretty much all popsicles, the X-Pop (does the 'X' stand for X-rated?) is a phallic-looking treat. But the thing that differentiates this sweet hot weather pop from all the others is in its unique tip — a creamy sherbet-filled portion that explodes in your mouth once you suck on it hard or just plain bite into it. 

I think we can all agree that this oozing rainbow pop is a special kind of sucker. What else would you want to cool you down on a hot summer day? While the manufacturer released the above image to market the popsicle, purchases of the product were soon dismayed to find that it was ... a bit different than how they thought it would look. And we can't blame them either. THIS is the X-Pop once you unwrap it:


PHOTO: Daily Dot

So is this ice cream dildo going to make it's way into bachelorette parties, porn and celebrity sex tapes soon? Not so fast. According to Daily DotGB Glace says there's no connection between the ice pop and a penis. (Um, have they seen their product?)

Other consumers have drawn this same conclusion, noting the distinct phallic shape of the popsicle, but GB Glace insists that it's "a rocket."

And even sillier than them denying the resemblance, is the fact that this guaranteed-to-blast-off rocket-penis is being marketed to kids, especially with the addition of a "Pop Rocks" flavored version of this popsicle, which contains the pop rockin' candy right in the oh-so-creamy tip. Even more telling? That many consumers of this particular GB Glace product have started referring to it as "Penisglass" which, when translated, (Thanks, Google!) tells us that means "Penis Cream."

Yep, there's nothing even remotely sexual about that.

Best of luck to all the parents in Sweden. Should be interesting to explain what you're buying to the checkout clerk!

(We hope they're at least delicious!)

 

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