Is that a french fry in your hair or are you just happy to see me? OK, that doesn’t even make any sense. But neither does this brilliant, wacky website where you can order some of the most mind-blowingly realistic fake food jewelry and accessories I’ve ever seen.
This time of the year—when it’s too cold to go outside and I’m on my computer all the time looking for perfect gifts for my weirdo friends—is prime time for bizarre online discoveries. And if you have foodie friends who are as obsessed with things like bacon, udon, and, um, Spam musubi as mine are, well, here’s the e-commerce site for you.
Surf on over to Fake Food Hatanaka, a Japanese fake food retailer that, in addition to providing life-size plastic-fantastic dishes for restaurants and collectors (John Waters is, apparently, obsessed with fake food) also makes adorable teeny-tiny food thingies for jewelry and hair accessories.
There’s the bowl of udon noodles necklace, above, which is so colorful and beautiful, I can’t stop staring at it.
Obsessed with fries? Me too. Here are some, pre-dipped in ketchup, perfect for dangling from your earlobes:
Is bacon your favorite food? Wear your heart on your sleeve with this sausage-bacon bracelet.
The website even has healthier options—like this super-realistic-looking banana barrette:
Looking for the guy in your life? Tie clips, yo. I love this one, especially: