I Wanna Do You Like Hot Soup Love Card (PLAYS POETRY)


$ 15.00
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Size: 7 inches x 5 inches

Sound: "*Blow Blow* Til It's Cool. Just Cool. Into The Mouth. *Slurp* *Lips Smack* NOICE"


 

 

Future Delivery Date:

Think this card is perfect for someone in the coming future? Right card, wrong time?

 

By picking "Choose a Future Delivery Date" you can specify the date you need it by and we'll get it to that person on the week of the date selected.

 

Domestic (USA) orders are shipped a week before the chosen date. International (outside USA) orders are shipped a month before the chosen date.

You'll get an email once it's shipped.

 

With a Handwritten Message:

Have really bad handwriting? Dog ate all your pens and pencils? We got you.

 

We'll use our blood as ink to create an authentic experience. Jk we'll break out the feather and ink just for you.

 

Handmade in NYC

 

We Ship Worldwide!

Domestic Delivery

1 - 5 days

 

International Delivery

2 - 3 weeks

 


 

Background: Lust is a powerful feeling. The immediate attraction and wanting of someone can often occur without reason. This inexplicable feeling is difficult to put into words but easy to compare to everyone's special comfort food: Soup. Whether you order it at a restaurant, or your mom makes it at home, it most often is served hot. And the things you do to your soup, is exactly what you'd do to the person you're lusting after. 

This card came about in a unique way. On June 19th, 2016, one of our facebook fans Stephen Mansell (he sells men, we think) hit us up asking for card with this clip. We've never heard it before but the homie put us on, and from that moment we knew we had to make the card. 

The clip he sent over was of author Michael Rosen reading a children's poem titled "Hot Food" that he had written in a book titled The Hypnotiser. This is how he describes the creation of this video: "I wrote a book of poems for children called 'The Hypnotiser' some years ago and then it went out of print. I couldn't get anyone to reprint it, so I asked my son Joe to film me performing the book." After listening to the whole clip, we doubt that he's really talking about food here.

So when you're ready to explain the dirty things you want to do to someone, just think of what you would do to a hot bowl of soup.