vaginacupcakes Vagina cupcakes. Some people are so damn creative.

To all those people who think Twitter is good for nothing? May I present these delightful concoctions I would never have known about were it not for the social networking site (and kerri sackville).

Apparently, Twitter has been abuzz with these vagina cupcakes which first appeared on photo-sharing website Flickr. Ah the bottomless well of giggles that is the internet. Bless you.

I’ll allow the photographer/chef herself (her name is Dawn Harter – aka “Wisely Chosen“) to tell you more about why she decided to spend hours creating these rainbow vaginas and what she plans to do with them now….

On her Flickr page where the photo appears (

http://www.flickr.com/photos/wisely-chosen/3914125944/)
, Dawn writes….

My first attempt at both fondant and vagina cupcakes. I’d heard fondant
was intimidatingly difficult to work with, so I never tried it. But I
really wanted a smooth, glossy frosting for this, so I made fondant
myself and it was easy :)

Each of these vaginas are unique. I’d looked for vagina cake and candy
molds and was disappointed to see that they didn’t look realistic at
all, unlike penis molds. Really, if Barbie had a vagina, it would look
like the candy molds I saw :( So I decided to shape each vagina by
hand. I chose happy rainbow colors. Each is a one of a kind size and
shape. One of them is on her period, one is elderly, one has razor
stubble, one has a little pube regrowth, two are waxed smooth but have
slightly different skin tone (one being more yellow) you get the idea ;)

My husband was so disturbed by this that he wouldn’t even go in the
kitchen. When he saw what I what I was making he said something about
them being too realistic and he averted his eyes. I tried to shove them
in his face and he scurried back into his office. If I hadn’t been
saving them for photos I would’ve licked one just to see if I could
bring on a nervous breakdown in my spouse.

Thanks to Dawn for use of the image. You can read more about her at:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/wisely-chosen/3914125944/




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