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Buy Your Girlfriend Fake Food Jewelry

This holiday season, give the special lady in your life the gift of eerily realistic food-themed jewelry. From bacon earrings to spicy curry necklaces, the folks at Fake Food Hatanaka are serving up inexplicably accurate accessories so your girl can simultaneous entice and confuse everyone.

Finally, an answer to the age old question of what to get the woman who has everything. 

Nothing says good taste like a neck full of spaghetti with mushrooms. With a parsley garnish, because she's classy like that.

What's that? She's been dying for a pair of crispy bacon earrings with a little black pepper thrown in for extra flavor? AND a matching bracelet? This is your lucky day.

Move along folks, nothing to see here except some wearable curry rice with a spoon awkwardly protruding form the side. It's the shallots that give it that extra oomph, though.

These beauties will set you back about $50-$100, depending on the item, but what you'll lose in cash you'll gain in infinite bacon-themed entertainment. And that you can't put a price on. 


Ali Drucker is a staff writer for Supercompressor. She's got a pricetag. It's measured in bacon. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.