Valentines’ Day is just around the corner, and if you are stuck on what to do for that special someone during this special holiday, you might want to consider what “Edible Anus” company has to offer. 

As the company name suggests, this outfit is all about making edible molds of this popular human orifice.  

It’s unorthodox, yes. But still, it might be the Valentine’s Day surprise that finally makes it clear how far you are willing to go for the person you love.

Few things can beat going the extra mile to show just how much you care in matters of love.  

An order of these chocolates goes for just $38.95, and you get five boxes with white, milk and dark chocolate buttholes. That’s not a bad deal, especially considering that you can package the order as a special gift for your lover.

And Yes, They Are Completely Edible.

So, this is not just another useless gag gift, but a real treat that is to be savored with lots of joy.   

Magnus Irvin: that’s the man who came up with this brilliant invention.

Like all mavericks, he started by making a cast of his own butthole. What exactly led him to make this decision is not clear, but he set in motion a revolution that is still bringing in customers to his business to this day.

As you can imagine, as with all first tries, things did not go exactly as planned. He ran into a few challenges. He captioned the moment in these words:

“I poured the stuff in me bum and it all run past me nuts into me face.”

But things went a little more smoothly from there. He was quickly learning from his mistakes. He was also broadening his horizons and finding other creative ways to profit from the idea.

Believe it or not, the first chocolate Edible Anus made was in 2006. Since then, he has not looked back, and he has attracted all kinds of clients.

Today, You Can Also Get Your Partner Anus-Shaped Jewelry.

However, that will cost you a lot more – about $1,900 more than the chocolate anus will.

Irvin Magnus has mastered the art of molding buttholes to create edible anuses for his clients, also called, “alternative models”.

Now, only one question remains: are you willing to go this far to show your partner how much you care? How do you think they would respond to this unusual gift?