From the mad genius who brought you a Reese’s peanut butter cup surgically implanted with Oreo creme comes another video where the Food Surgeon implants a KitKat bar into a hollowed out 3 Musketeers bar in a masterpiece that he/she calls a “spinal KitKat implantation.”
We open on a darkened surgical room, the operating table a plastic cutting board. The Food Surgeon removes the wrapper from a KitKat bar, and uses a scalpel to separate one of the smaller bars. Then he unwraps a 3 Musketeers bar, turns it over, and cuts out the bottom chocolate part. Then he takes out some of the nougat, then uses tweezers to carefully place the KitKat inside, and then covers the KitKat with the chocolate pieces that he previously removed. Imagine how good the final product tastes, better than Turducken, probably. All the while, the Food Surgeon pays the utmost attention to precision and cleanliness, like any good doctor should.
The results are at once delicious, and reminiscent of a gory horror movie. If you can’t get enough of these videos, there’s something called “avocado in vitro fertilization” and “strawberry seed extraction and Nutella augmentation,” among other choices. That last one sounds intense; I’m going to go get something to eat, and then watch it.