Japanese game-show asks celebs to eat household objects that may or may not be chocolates

Celeste writes, "Japanese sokkuri ('look alike') sweets are desserts designed to look like other, everyday things. This Japanese TV show showed contestants a room full of seemingly ordinary objects, and then had them guess which ones were sokkuri sweets by biting into them."

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  1. I wish there was a more widely-available cable channel that gave me shows like this.

  2. The knob is a lie?

  3. do they HAVE to bite it? would licking it not suffice? or poking it?

  4. These shows' "contestants" are often comedians (like the local equivalent of the Jackass crowd) and the rules are set up to get the funniest reaction out of them.

    Look up "Silent Library".

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