Food of the Day: Japanese Fast Food Chain Selling KitKat Sandwich

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While you’re waiting for your Burger King Whopper cologne to go on sale, why not snack on a tasty KitKat sandwich?

Japan is at it again, with fast food chain First Kitchen offering the sugary treat for a limited time.

And it only costs 220 yen ($1.80)! Which is a steal really, compared to the cost of your future medical and dental bills after gorging yourself on bacon-wrapped pizzas and jelly donut hot dogs.

The sandwich consists of a “KitKat for Cafe” candy bar placed in between two pieces of fluffy bread smothered in whip cream and sprinkled with orange peels for some extra kick.

You can check out some more detailed images of the latest food pr0n here.

A Melbourne Chef Put 99 Cheeses on This Pizza. Ninety-Nine Cheeses.

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From Elite Daily:

To make this insane pizza, di Francesco melts 94 cheeses from across the globe together in one pot and then chills the concoction to form a solid cheese block that is used as the pizza's base cheese.

Since 94 types of cheese could never be enough, he then tops the base with fior di latte, buffalo mozzarella, goat cheese, ricotta and some shaved raspadura for good measure.

WTF of the Day: Woman Walks Dog Dressed as Abominable Snowman

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If you live in Allouez, Wisconsin, you may have recently noticed a giant snow monster roaming the city streets with a poodle.

No, no one spiked your eggnog. This is all too real.

A woman calling herself "Bumble" has been spotted walking around the neighborhood dressed as the Abominable Snow Monster of the North from "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer" with her dog named Blizzard.

After images of the duo spread online, residents were all like WTF?

According to Fox 11:

When asked what she was doing walking the streets of Allouez, Bumble said she was visiting from Misfit Island.

She also said she is simply there to "bring joy, happiness."

But she forgot to mention "terror," and "confusion."