Brands rode the April Fools hype train pretty hard yesterday as they created a bunch of fake, viral products that were just way too good to be true. From milk tea candies to alcoholic taho, here are the best April Fools products we wish were legit.
Durian and Pinipig-flavored condoms
In a way, these kinda summarize what sex really is: Weird, sometimes smelly, but oftentimes, delish.
KFC’s Quadruple Down
This would prob be the most sinful sandwich in the history of mankind – and I’ll still chow down on these bad boys in a heartbeat.
Maxx Milk Tea Candy
These could have been the answer to the age-old dilemma: ‘What happens if our broke asses can’t satisfy our milk tea addiction?’
I have not – and will never – ride those deathtraps they call motorcycles. These might convince me otherwise.
McDonald’s Milk Shake sauce pots
Yes, some people love dipping their fries on milkshakes or ice creams. No, it’s def not weird.
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— McDonald's UK (@McDonaldsUK) March 31, 2019
It’s basically Pornhub’s answer to Gatorade, if Gatorade was a miracle elixir that allowed couples to have multiple…erm… ‘sessions’ in the bedroom.
Default Café Pub’s ‘Holy Spirit’
It’s 100% ethyl alcohol mixed with Cuervo, Empi, Gin, Jack Daniels, Red Horse, Jager & 151. My head hurts just thinking about it.
HOLY SPIRIT | Para mga nagsasabi na kayang kaya daw i-shot ang Lucifer, eto na katapat niyo.Introducing the Holy Spirit. Magdasal-dasal na kayo.
The Bar’s new flavors
Getting drunk on taho is the concept that we never knew we needed. Make. This. Happen.