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Princess Diana Jam by Sam Bompas

Would You Eat Hair Jam?

In a move both bizarre and disgusting, British caterer Sam Bompas has developed a jelly made with a bit of Princess Diana's hair. Dubbed Occult Jam, it combines hair with gin, milk and sugar to make a sweet treat. (Bompas bought the hair off eBay for $10.) If you're curious for a taste, head over to London's Barbican Art Gallery, where you can buy a jar for five pounds. Would you sample the jam, or is it too weird for your palate?

Frenched Frenched 7 years
It's absolutely revolting but I can see how some strange, Lady Di-obsessed collector might want to get this stuff. People create the weirdest things, I swear.
whats-her-name whats-her-name 7 years
Ew.
Beauty Beauty 7 years
I get the artsy fartsy angle, but I think the whole thing is in, uh, poor taste.
Francoisehardly Francoisehardly 7 years
No way. And if it was Princess Diana's hair (how would this person even know that) it seems especially wrong, not even because it gross.
weffie weffie 7 years
Not that it really makes it any grosser, but $10 ebay hair is probably from a hobo not a princess.
onlysourcherry onlysourcherry 7 years
Completely disgusting and disrespectful.
ClassicalTorture ClassicalTorture 7 years
Is it April Fool's Day? I can't even believe this is on this site. Talk about disrespecting the dead.
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 7 years
That's a disgusting idea.
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