Growing up, I used wired hangers to roast marshmallows and hot dogs. Now that I’m an adult with my own money, I’m willing to spend about $20 on a decent marshmallow roasting stick kit. Well, that was until I found this “indecent” funny hot dog roasting stick.
eBay and Amazon sellers are selling hilarious sets of roasting forks that are perfect for adults who love to camp (or make s’mores in the backyard). Forget about buying that cute campfire skewer set, this hot dog fork and s’mores skewer is getting added to my wishlist right now.
- Unique gift idea (housewarming)
- Telescopic (extendable)
Place some marshmallows on the “woman roaster,” and you got a campfire roasting stick that looks like boobs. Stick a weenie on the “man,” and well, you got a roaster that looks like a penis. If you have a sense of humor, you probably think this is one of the funniest gadgets you’ve ever seen.
Otherwise, you’re probably thinking, “THIS IS SO INAPPROPRIATE.” You know what? Maybe don’t use it around children. Plan an adult-only bonfire night or camping trip. You deserve it anyway! Gather some booze, hot dogs, and everything you need for s’mores making.
The handmade hot dog roasters are made from food-grade stainless steel, and they’re also made here in the U.S. by military veterans.
- Wooden handles
- Great for grilling/BBQs
These funny roasting sticks make awesome gift ideas for the outdoorsman (or woman) in your life. It’s also a great gag gift for Father’s Day or Christmas. I can already imagine the funny jokes I’ll hear when I pull a campfire hot dog from the roasting stick.
Customer reviews are great. A customer gave the high-quality weenie skewers five stars and wrote, “I bought these for a Father day present/first time meeting present for my father and future father in-law. They loved them and we are all laughing as a family with my fiancée and our moms as we cooked s’mores and hotdogs on them!”
If you’re the jokester of the family, then these roasting sticks are a must. Light the fire pit y’all, it’s time to roast marshmallows and hot dogs.
This post was originally published on September 7, 2020.