ASOS Is Now Selling A ‘sausage’ Choker For Reasons We Cannot Understand

Alright, ASOS. Now you’re just taking the piss.

We accepted the dinosaur tail as a snazzy addition to our festival and work ensembles. We just about got our head around the band t-shirt with a giant ruffled sash.

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But this is the limit.

Right now, at this very moment, ASOS is selling a choker that spells out ‘sausage’.

Yes. Sausage. In sterling silver.

We were first alerted to the existence of said choker by a tweet which asked a very, very important question: is ASOS okay?

is asos okay

— áinemáire (@aineasaI) March 27, 2017

We don’t know if they are.

We don’t know anything anymore.

Why would someone want to wear the word ‘sausage’ around their neck? For a genuine celebration of sausage? As a strange sexual innuendo? To make people stare at their neck in confusion?

>>> asos sausage choker
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We’ve checked the entirety of ASOS to see if there are chokers spelling out ‘egg’ or ‘toast’ or even ‘bacon’. But there are not. Clearly, there is something very important about sausages.