Blow in the chocolate gameslot - destructoid

Blow in the chocolate gameslot

7:32 PM on 01.12.2007


It sounds dirty, but that's what you'd probably do right before biting into the 7 ounces of 100% milk chocolate candy bar known as NESQuick that is currently selling on eBay.

Shaped like an NES cart, this item makes me wonder, "What will rabid Ninty fanboys/girls do next?"  It would be nice if they weren't in such limited supply (count 'em, THREE ever made), so you could order one for your gamer girlfriend every time you really mess up, and have to apologize.

For those jonesin' for the old school Nesquik instead, leave it to the Czech peoples to make a lame flash game to quell your needs.

 


PHOTO GALLERY (BETA)

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Next time, photograph it in the kitchen...please! 

Chocolate NES Cart

Panic Restaurant's got NOTHING on Naughty Kokkun's Gourmet World

Chocolate NES Cart


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