Monkey Brains Bowl: Eat lunch from a 'hairy gaping cranium'

Relive the shocking dinner scene in "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom," or just pretend you're getting vengeance for the bad "Planet of the Apes" films.

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And for dessert, chilled monkey brains... or maybe just Jell-O. Firebox

Just in time to celebrate this year's 30th anniversary of "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" comes this Monkey Brains Bowl from Firebox.

Even if Primate Parfait isn't on the menu, you can still creep out your guests by serving something almost as disturbing-looking. Cold sesame noodles, salsa, or red Jell-O with pineapple chunks perhaps?

"Your body is a temple, a temple of doom, and it deserves to be fed something far more exciting," Firebox posted on its website.

"So why not liven up meal times with this Monkey Brains Bowl and scoop chilled cerebral delicacies straight from its hairy gaping cranium. If this fine piece of severed simian storage is good enough for his Supreme Highness, the Maharajah of Pankot (and he knew how to party), then it's certainly good enough for you. You can fill it with all sorts of exotic delights like crispy Coleoptera beetles, Eye-ball soup, and Snake Surprise... or something more boring, like cornflakes."

This disturbing bowl isn't dishwasher safe or microwave friendly. The box measures approximately 6 inches wide (16cm) by 6 inches high by 6 inches deep. And it can be yours for a mere $58.59 (roughly £35, AU$63).

If the bowl is even too disgusting to eat out of, you can use it as severed Simian storage to keep your desk items, spare change, or keys in a hard-to-forget location.

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Turn your own home into the Pankot Palace from "Temple of Doom" with this realistic Monkey Brains Bowl. Firebox

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