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A box of freshly made candy canes is seen before being shipped out from the Hammond's Candies production facility in Denver, Colorado, U.S., on Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015. Hammond's Candies, manufacturer of hard candies and chocolates established in 1920, makes lollipops, ribbon candy, and oversized candy canes. Photographer: Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg via Getty Images

I feel like the only reason to buy these is to prank someone, because they can’t actually taste good, right?  Hot dog-flavored CANDY CANES are here.  And they look exactly like normal candy canes.

The novelty candy company Archie McPhee is selling six-packs of them for $6.50.  And unfortunately, they’re already sold out.  But you can sign up to get an email when they have more in stock.

They’ve been selling odd candy cane flavors for a while now.  Their other flavors include bacon, sardines, ketchup, kale, pickles, pizza, and mac-and-cheese.  You can check them out at