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Travesty in a Teacup, Bloatworm

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"Dear son,

I will dispense with the viscous slurry of niceties that your questionable peers see forth to regularly vomit upon your person.

What is this latest debacle? Bloat worms have shattered the serenity of tea time forever? Don't they belong inside one's abdominal cavity? Surely you'll do the honorable thing and put a swift end to the madness. It will undoubtedly lead to no good. We can't have parasites dropping over unannounced and ruining a civilized afternoon tea with their gaping jaws, gnashing teeth and pulpy misshapen forms. You know, much like Lord and Lady Pernicious Effuvium. But without the outlandish hats and waistcoats.

Do what you know to be the right thing Seamus, you pitiful heap of mollusk leavings.

Lord Evelyn Templeton, Earl of Nethergrubskite, mutter, mutter, mutter "

I always enjoy a letter from my dear father! But I'm afraid that I cannot see fit to remove the bloatworms from their teacups! I haven't the heart. They do love a cuppa as much as the next pernicious biological terror. And besides, how does he think that bloatworms end up in one's abdominal cavity in the first place?


The Travesty in a Teacup Bloatworm is a cunning sculpture of a horrifying scourge of the lower tract nestled charmingly in a china teacup. The Bloatworm is constructed of polymer clay and ensconced in tinted resin. It almost looks good enough to drink!

Each teacup is an unique piece of reclaimed fine china, so yours will be different from the one pictured here...but just as lovely.
"Dear son,

I will dispense with the viscous slurry of niceties that your questionable peers see forth to regularly vomit upon your person.

What is this latest debacle? Bloat worms have shattered the serenity of tea time forever? Don't they belong inside one's abdominal cavity? Surely you'll do the honorable thing and put a swift end to the madness. It will undoubtedly lead to no good. We can't have parasites dropping over unannounced and ruining a civilized afternoon tea with their gaping jaws, gnashing teeth and pulpy misshapen forms. You know, much like Lord and Lady Pernicious Effuvium. But without the outlandish hats and waistcoats.

Do what you know to be the right thing Seamus, you pitiful heap of mollusk leavings.

Lord Evelyn Templeton, Earl of Nethergrubskite, mutter, mutter, mutter "

I always enjoy a letter from my dear father! But I'm afraid that I cannot see fit to remove the bloatworms from their teacups! I haven't the heart. They do love a cuppa as much as the next pernicious biological terror. And besides, how does he think that bloatworms end up in one's abdominal cavity in the first place?


The Travesty in a Teacup Bloatworm is a cunning sculpture of a horrifying scourge of the lower tract nestled charmingly in a china teacup. The Bloatworm is constructed of polymer clay and ensconced in tinted resin. It almost looks good enough to drink!

Each teacup is an unique piece of reclaimed fine china, so yours will be different from the one pictured here...but just as lovely.

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: polymer clay, resin, china tea cup
  • Made to order
  • Feedback: 229 reviews
  • Favorited by: 291 people
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