Have you ever wanted to kiss a bug, but you couldn’t, because bugs are so small and your lips are so huge? Bugkiss is a very useful device which allows anyone, for better or for worse, to smooch insects without fear of injury (to the bug or your lips).
Bugkiss was originally a fake product made as an elaborate joke. Turns out, people really wanted to kiss bugs, so the author of this brilliant idea launched a Kickstarter campaign to finance the production. Bug lovers all over the world showered the Kickstarter campaign money. Many of them were sobbing. Some claimed that this product will cure their depression. Even bug haters admitted that Bugkiss was changing their minds about bugs, and relieving their entomophobia. Very few complained about consent. That’s basically the story behind how this thing became a reality.
The device itself consists of a silicone mouth piece which has miniature lips protruding from it, and is equipped with shock-absorption technology. It finally solves the problem of wanting to kiss tiny little buglets with your dangerously strong human lips. Here are few amazing things you can do with Bugkiss: lock lips with insects (obviously), continue loving your girlfriend if she was a worm, win the White Elephant gift exchange, bother your cat in a novel fashion, embrace and cultivate your inner child, delight the entomologist in your life with an unbeatable present, or put lipstick on it, leave kiss marks, and make people wonder about an amorous gnome infestation.
If you feel like this is the right product for you and you’ve always wanted to get into bug kissing, you can order Bugkiss on Amazon. Please note that this site is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. As an Amazon Associate affiliate we earn from qualifying purchases.