Playstation Edible

Late November-Early December is the fun time for kids in the Netherlands, as that is when Sinterklaas, Santa Claus’s badass Dutch counterpart comes riding into the country from his home in the North Pole Spain, first by steam ship, then by white horse. Part of the festivities involve giving children chocolate, notably in the form of alphabet letters, but what this also means is that once Sinterklaas Day passes (December 5th), there is a sudden discount on chocolate all over the country in a fashion similar to the day-after-Valentine’s.

And so, I found this rare item (at 50% off!):

I must say, your PSP might play the latest games and possibly have connectivity with your PS3 through some kind of cloud storage system. It might entertain you on a bus or train ride for hours on end. But, is your screen made of white chocolate?

I didn’t think so.

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4 thoughts on “Playstation Edible

  1. I celebrated Sinterklaas – or Saint Nicolas as we call him – a week ago!
    By the way, “Sinterklaas, Santa Claus’s badass Dutch counterpart” is actually of German origin and was exported to America by Dutch settlers, where his name transformed into Santa Claus.
    How does that feel to have a used saint for your holidays?
    *evil laugh*

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