Vagina Onion Ring Could Be Yours For $9,100
Put this slogan to the test by telling a BK employee that you want all your food to be shaped like a vagina.
If you look at two onion rings fried together and instantly think "vagina," you've got a problem. If you're willing to cough up more than $9,000 to buy two onion rings fried together that kinda look like a vagina, you've got a disease for which there is no cure: stupidity.
For sale on eBay right now is "vagina onion ring." The top bid, sadly, is $9,100.
According to the eBay post -- first discovered by our pal Claire Lawton at the Phoenix New Times (click the link for a few other interesting eBay purchases) -- the seller got an order of onion rings at Burger King last month and decided that two of them that apparently were fried together look like a vagina. If you ask us, it looks more like a sad-clown mouth than a vagina, but there are certain clitoral/Georgia O'Keeffe-y properties.
See the vagina onion ring after the jump.
"Selling my Va-jay jay Onion Ring," the Ohio-based seller writes in the official Vagina Onion Ring description. "Went to that restaurant where you have it your way on 8/27/2012 for a small order of Onion Rings. I got more than I bargained for."
The bidding started at 99 cents on August 27. It quickly jumped to $5,000 just a few days later, and is now at $9,100 with about 10 hours left to bid.
But what do you even do with a vagina onion ring? Put it on the mantle? Your desk? Keep it in your parents basement next to a photo of "the one who got away" and a box of tissues? There are so many questions -- most of which we're pretty sure we don't want the answer to.
In any event, see the vagina onion ring below.
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