It's called the "21 Grams," and our irony meter must be broken because it's impossible to tell if this is really sweet or somewhat unsettling. The kit features a scent sprayer, some digital speakers (to hear "their music" again), and a special glass urn that can hold your loved one's ashes.
You know, so you can put that urn in your sex parts and whatnot.
"21 Grams" appears to be more of an art piece and design prototype than a seallable product, but how would you feel if something like this was available to the public?
“Our main goal with Tallywackers is to create a fun and entertaining environment for anyone to enjoy,” the restaurant’s head of marketing Winston T. Lackey told Central Track. “That said, we understand that there will be some people who are uncomfortable here, just as there are women who are uncomfortable at Hooters.”
Lackey is apparently very good at his job too, with Tallywackers getting lots of national attention this week on numerous media sites. As of Friday it was also trending on Facebook.
While the restaurant is primarily targeting the gay community, they say, everyone is welcome.