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Chocolate Brains, Hearts, Molars, and Coffins: Milky Sweet Horror from Pushin' Daisies Mortuary Novelty Shop

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Wed, Sep 23, 2009 at 6:00 AM

As we hurtle headlong out of September into October, the month of Halloween, the month of horror, here are some treats to consider from online "mortuary novelty shop" Pushin' Daisies. Alternatively, you could cast your own chocolate mold out of whatever shape you like. Fingers, eyeballs, ears.

These antique Victorian molds are not exactly Halloween themed, but have a bit of a creepy feel. Especially the bears and the kewpie dolls.

click to enlarge The ultimate sweet tooth!
  • The ultimate sweet tooth!

click to enlarge Anatomically correct, they say.
  • Anatomically correct, they say.

click to enlarge For your sweetheart.
  • For your sweetheart.

click to enlarge Death by chocolate.
  • Death by chocolate.

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