Canadian Human Toe Cocktail Tradition Is Gross But Mostly Safe 

By Jacqueline Ronson on June 20, 2017 via inverse.com

Up in the far north of Canada, there is a bar where you can order a shot of whiskey garnished with a real human toe. According to myth and legend, the strange tradition began nearly a century ago after a rum runner named Otto Linken amputated his brother Louie’s frostbite-stricken toe. They kept it and […]

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I’m gonna HURL just thinking about it…..eeeewwwwwww!!!!!

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Salt and alcohol keep this mummified toe mostly pathogen free, even as thousands of people share it in their drinks.

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