It turns out there are people who want to pay to eat puddings that resemblance dog fetuses.
We were thankful to learn that the pudding is made of regular coconut cream and no animals were harmed in making of these desserts.
In a two-story townhouse in Pathum Thani, the puppy puddings are crafted to order in the hands of the shop’s owner Wilaiwan Mee-Nguen, 30, and her husband. Before becoming a viral hit, the puppy pudding “breeders” said they were just an ordinary couple working 9-to-5 jobs and selling puddings to earn extra income.
Wilawan said that, since the photos went viral, she has received so many orders that she cannot make all the puppy puddings to deliver to customers this month, Sanook reported.
Asked how she came up with the business idea, Wilaiwan saw the trend of puddings presented in exciting shapes in the market. Stumbling upon a puppy-shaped mold, she decided to give it a try.
Wilawan has been selling the Shar-Pei puppy-shaped puddings online for about 4-5 months. If you’re interested, they’re only THB25 per puppy. But you might have to join a long queue.
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