Some monster created a rum shot out of a block of Spam, and it’s too much

I can’t tell you the amount of times I’ve turned to condensed, cold pork as a means through which to consume alcohol.

No, wait, let me rephrase that. I can tell you the amount of times I’ve done that, because it’s zero. Moreover, it will hopefully remain zero for the rest of my life. Point being, I have no interest in drinking anything from condensed, cold pork.

Alas, the world is a strange place, and one man’s cup of tea is another man’s worst nightmare, or words to that effect.

In any case, I can’t imagine there are many men who would be ready and willing to do what one Reddit user proudly boasted of doing whilst away camping. No, I’m not talking about him wiping his ass with leaves, I’m talking about him turning a block of Spam into a glass for shotting rum. *Gives huge shudder.

It’s the invention nobody needed and even fewer people wanted, and it’s bound to ruin your day, but I simply had to share it with you. Why? Well, because this is the internet, and nobody’s safe here. If I had to have my eyes burned out by the monstrosity then hell, so can you.

Reddit user PineBadger is the person responsible for uploading the offending image. The picture contains a bottle of rum, an opened can of Spam, a sizeable hollow in the block of Spam, and what looks to be rum poured into the hole.

Right, now you’ve had time to puke at the idea of drinking rum from a Spam-cup (that’s not a thing, nor will it ever be), it’s time for the questions, the one of most paramount importance being: WHO IN THEIR RIGHT MIND DRINKS RUM FROM A BLOCK OF SPAM?

Why on earth couldn’t PineBadger drink it from the bottle? Why couldn’t he drink it from the cap? Why couldn’t he drink it off the plate, for Christ’s sake?

PineBadger captioned said image: “I went camping but forgot to bring a shot glass.”

I’ll admit there’s a tiny party of me (dressed in red, dancing around in flames and holding a pitchfork) that wants to know how this absolute abomination tastes. It is, of course, hugely outweighed by the reasonable part of me that screams, “I’m never going near that in a thousand years.”

So, what do we think folks? Ingenious idea or a blemish on the human race? Let us know in the comments box.

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