You Can Now Send A Real Life Eggplant Emoji By Post
As in it's just an aubergine. That you put in the post.
The world is a wonderful place and nothing illustrates that better than the person who felt that no, technology and robots are not going to overthrow us real life humans and has instead decided to reverse the flow of technology once and for all.
And how are they doing that? By setting up a business that involves sending the irl version of the eggplant emoji to people through the post, obviously.
As anyone who speaks internet will know, the humble aubergine emoji is no longer a symbol of how much you fancy a parmigiana but is instead universally acknowledged as the shortcode for, well, a dick.
But why drop one in a text or paste them all over your snaps when you could go all out and show your best mate, lover or significant other just how much you care by getting a personal message inscribed on a real life aubergine that's then sent to them in the post?
Granted it's going to take a little longer to get the message across, but whether you want to try a chat up line, a birthday message or something a little saucier, this is a strange but no less interesting take on the humble sext.
Similar to that trend for sending a potato in the post, this is a much more 2016 and instagram friendly alternative that will cost you a mere £6.99 from eggplantmail.com.
Well, we say a mere £6.99, but seeing as you could just pick up an aubergine for around a quid down the supermarket and use a felt tip on it yourself, it's quite the mark up.
But props to whoever is behind this because if people really will pay that much just to break up with someone via a vegetable, they deserve every penny they get.
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