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By Anonymous - / Tuesday 23 April 2013 15:49 / Australia
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Not necessarily, I've seen homemade dessert soaps that look and "feel" extremely edible. Don't let the name fool you though, they're just soaps in the shape of cupcakes, hard candies and such. I do have one question: who just randomly grabs something, even off a sample tray, and shoves it in their mouth without reading surrounding signs to know what it is?

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Not just that, but who takes free samples without asking if they're free samples. I know a lot of food stores or cafes will sometimes have food on a plate at the counter, but they certainly aren't free samples.

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Really? Just, I've seen many soaps that are designed to look like food but, even when pretty convincing to look at, you could still always tell the difference when you picked them up. It's pretty hard to make soap feel like a spongey cupcake. You must have seen some pretty amazing soaps. :x

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Sorry, I guess I should have been clearer. They're obviously not believable as cupcakes, but the hard candy and other candy shaped ones could definitely fool someone. There's a lady at a market place that hand crafts them right down to the tiniest detail. I'm still not sure what purpose soap the size of candy serves.

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If there wasn't an employee nearby, I wouldn't touch the samples anyway, even if a sign said what they were. You never know when someone will find it hilarious to mess with good samples sitting out unattended. Soap was one of the better options considering.

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