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Titses' Unusual Chocolate Shape Resembles Parts of the Female Anatomy

 - Apr 24, 2015
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As chocolate is well-loved by women and often marketed to them first, designers Constantin Bolimond and Maksim Ali created Titses, with a suggestive chocolate shape and packaging that would be more appealing to a male demographic. Since the pair notes that chocolate often goes overlooked by "a strong half of the population," this unconventional branding would definitely make it eye-catching. As far as where you might imagine it sold, the novelty chocolate product would fit right in with an assortment of other gag gifts.

Although the cheeky milk chocolate branding might have seemed shocking in the past, it is being introduced in a time where it also has the potential to have just as much appeal to women, especially those who are passionate about the "Free the Nipple" movement.