Will He Later Eat It? Reactions as Man Uses Chocolate To Build a Giraffe in Video, Shows How He Did It

Will He Later Eat It? Reactions as Man Uses Chocolate To Build a Giraffe in Video, Shows How He Did It

  • A food artist, Amaury Guichon, has amazed people with an 8.3-feet (2.5 metres) giraffe he built from 100% chocolate
  • A viral video captured each moment of the process as he took his time to shape every contour to achieve the desired result
  • Many people who commented on his viral clip on TikTok wanted to know if the artwork will be eaten later

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A man, Amaury Guichon, has taken food art to another level as he used melted chocolate to build a giraffe.

Amaury revealed that the artwork is his biggest creation because it is 8.3ft (2.5 metres) tall and everything is 100% made from chocolate.

The man said that food art is 8.3ft tall.
People wanted to know if he will later eat the chocolate giraffe. Photo source: TikTok/@amauryguichon
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Chocolate 'giraffe'

In a video that has been watched millions of times on TikTok, he could be seen in the moulding process, showing how every part of the animal was built.

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After he had successfully worked on the giraffe, he sprayed it so that the artwork can fully look like a real animal.

Watch the video below:

As of the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 15 million likes and thousands of comments.

Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:

Morgan Dawkins said:

"This is INCREDIBLE. As usual."

AbbyintheGalley said:

"The thing that amazes me most is how clean he can keep his whites."

Ane said:

"Who taught he was making a giant kinder egg."

Tyrannosaurus Toddler said:

"It’s the attention to detail, the shading, the individual tail hairs for me ."

Scott said:

"This is pure talent! One of the most impressive videos I’ve ever seen on tiktok."

Aimee asked:

"Serious question: what happens after? Like what do you do with the giraffe?"

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Gabriela Snell said:

"Can you mail me chocolate ? it doesnt have to be pretty, just chocolate."

Woman bakes toilet cake

Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a professional baker known as Liz Merek on social media went online to show one of her great works as she narrated the story behind it.

In a short video, the brilliant woman showed a masterpiece cake that looks exactly like a well-cleaned toilet.

She went ahead to narrate how she was commissioned by a company to bake it. According to Lizzy, despite showing the video of the cake to the company, they hired another person instead to make the cake.

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