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Watch This 'Food Surgeon' Carefully Implant a Kit Kat into a 3 Musketeers

As far as candy bars go, 3 Musketeers bars are classically good and Kit Kat bars are pretty great, too. But a 3 Musketeers bar with a Kit Kat surgically implanted inside of it? Well, that's just weird. Oh, and it's the latest totally unnecessary but admittedly delicious-looking Frankenfood fresh from the operating table of The Food Surgeon.

In a new video on YouTube (above), the daring culinary specialist carefully uses a razor blade, scalpel, and tweezers to surgically remove a 3 Musketeers bar's internal fluffy chocolate and replace it with a Kit Kat bar implant. The painstakingly precise operation takes more than three minutes, and the result is a patched-up monster of a candy bar. And we would totally eat it.

This isn't the first time The Food Surgeon has put some of your favorite snacks under the knife, and just like a recent surgery in which a Reese's peanut butter cup received an Oreo cream filling transplant, it raises some troubling questions: What would you call this thing? What happens to all that perfectly good chocolate nougat stuff? WHY? 

We'll likely never understand the madness behind such a creation, or why the world needs such a surgeon, but we're kind of OK with that.

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Tony Merevick is Cities News Editor at Thrillist and thinks this might be good, but it's probably not worth the trouble. Send news tips to news@thrillist.com and follow him on Twitter @tonymerevick.