Just in time for Easter, a Harvard professor David Edwards has announced that he has invented “Le Whif”: the world’s first inhalable chocolate. Not only can you now take in your chocolate with an inhaler, but “whiffing” comes with no calories. Le Whif will not give you Le Waddle. You can then grab an e-cigarette to have a whif and a sniff for the perfect night.
Edwards explains: “Over the centuries we’ve been eating smaller and smaller quantities at shorter and shorter intervals. It seemed to us that eating was tending toward breathing, so, with a mix of culinary art and aerosol science, we’ve helped move eating habits to their logical conclusion. We call it whiffing.”
Le Whif comes in a dispenser with a box of 24 at a cost of $53. You can “whif” “four luscious flavors: mint chocolate, raspberry chocolate, mango chocolate, and plain chocolate.”
Edwards is the Gordon McKay Professor of the Practice of Biomedical Engineering — his office is the one with the line of students each week.
If true, I am concerned about a lost generation of “whiffers” loitering aimlessly for a hit and knocking over 7-11s for their confectionery fix.
For the website and a video of someone “whiffing,” click here.
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