Alright, so you love your cat. No, but I mean, you really love your cat. People just don’t understand the lengths to which you’ll go for your furry friend and how you obsess over them and dress them up in outfits and carry them around your shoulder.
It’s borderline obsessive and your cat probably doesn’t care as much about you as you do them, but that’s OK. Your love knows no bounds. You know that it’s much better to give than to receive.
Which is why you want to keep your cat with you everywhere you go. Maybe even drape them around your neck and let them basically live on top of you. Unfortunately, most indoor places of business don’t take too kindly to you bringing animals indoors. Plus, cats aren’t exactly the most walk-friendly pets out there.
However, you’re in luck. There’s a way to keep a cat with you at all times, and the answer lies with this cute blouse.
If you happen to be a tea drinker with a predilection for gore, or if you just like owning gross items that will make your houseguests uncomfortable, your dream kitchen item has arrived. Daisho Fishery Company, a Japanese seafood export company, created a line of disturbing tea bags in the shapes of sharks…. Teabags that will simulate a shark attack when dropped in water. What’s not to love?
They’re the perfect additions to a little aquatic-themed tea party! Customers will have a choice of two different sharks and flavors: the great white shark, filled with rose hip and hibiscus, or the whale shark which is filled with green tea.
They even come with little tags in the shapes of divers and boats!
Daisho is currently crowdfunding for the project on Makuake so they can mass produce the bleeding sharks. They’re hoping to raise one million yen (around $ 9500) in three months. And, weirdly enough, they’re well on their way to their goal.
In case you needed a more compelling visual, check out the video of the teabags at work.
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