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December 14, 2016 / Posted by:

Super Dickmann’s! It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a Super Dickmann’s flying straight down my mouth hole. Super Dickmann is my favorite superhero and bitch isn’t even a superhero!

This one has been a long time coming (POP: Punned On Purpose) and it’s about time that we pay tributeto the perfectly-named classic grocery store dessert from Germany: Super Dickmann’s! Germans are experts in knowing how to spot and worship a true international treasure (see: The Hoff) and they’re also experts in naming grocery store desserts. Dick means “thick” in German, so in either English or German, “Dickmann” still sounds like a word I’d use in a Craigslist Casual Encounters ad. Super Dickmann’s is basically a chocolate-covered marshmallow with a wafer bottom. Wikipedia tells me that Denmark was the first to do a chocolate-covered marshmallow and eventually ever country on the planet gave birth to their own version. Us ‘Muricans got Mallomars. But Germany won the chocolate-covered marshmallow game with Super Dickmann’s! Those things look like an uncut, thick peen head and the fact that they’re filled with white stuff just makes the name more perfect.

There’s a few Super Dickmann’s commercials on YouTube and they’re all drops of weird-covered hilariousness. But this Dutch one from the 80s (because of course) is weirdness wrapped in a thick layer of wrong and covered with a drizzled of potent glamour (thanks to those accessories).

I’m going to do that pose at the end if I ever get to eat a Super Dickmann’s.

Pic: German Grocery

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