Everyone’s favorite comeback has become a reality. Your enemies can now literally eat a bag of dicks.
A new service called Dicks By Mail lets you anonymously ship a 5oz bag of gummy penises to family, friends or enemies.
Each bag costs just $15 plus shipping, and it includes a stock message for the recipient that says “Eat a bag of dicks.”
From the site:
Is it a threat? A gift? or just an unfriendly reminder that someone is a piece of sh*t; leave the recipient guessing for years to come.
Someone who recently received one of the packages in the mail posted a photo to Imgur, so you know what to expect.
The company says the prank is intended to be just for fun and not people with malicious intent.
This site was created to put a smile on peoples faces. It’s not meant to be a threat or a way to bully. If you are sending this with the intent to ruin someones day, then maybe its you who needs to eat a bag of dicks.
A similar online revenge service called ShipYourEnemiesGlitter.com was making headlines back in January, which let anyone send annoying packets of the stuff to people you hate.
Lebanese host Rima Karaki was interviewing Islamic sheik Hani Al Sibai last week on Al-Jadeed TV about why some Christians would want to join ISIS.
When he started to drag on, she interrupted him to keep the conversation moving, but he was not pleased at being told what to do.
“Listen, don’t cut me off,” he said. “I will answer as I please.”
She politely warns him that they are running out of time, and he rudely tells her to “shut up,” and that it is “beneath” him to be interviewed by her.
Eventually she just cut his mic to put a stop to it.
“Had I not answered, I would have hated myself, and I don’t want to hate myself,” she told The Guardian. “When he said shut up, it was no longer possible to shut up because I would be insulting myself and would lose everything.”
The confrontation between the two has since gone viral, and Sibai is demanding an apology from the network.
The video now has over 5 million views, and Karaki is getting lots of support from viewers on Twitter.