If you want to get a sense of what this tastes like, make yourself a basic black bean soup, add about two pounds of sugar, heat it up (yes, this came out of the machine hot! Some of the vending machines we found were deliberately mysterious.
It's awkward to purchase them in front of other human people, and they're 1,000 yen (8 dollars) each, which would be a steal for a new pair of ladies' underpants, but is just too high of a price to pay for used ladies' underpants.
Now, put an M&M into each bugle and you’ve got mini cornucopias. (Hint: the red and green M&M’s give the illusion of vegetables, therefore making them healthy). This might be the least healthy version of “ants on a log” ever created, but the jury is still out.
Snag some M&M’s and a 3 Musketeers bar from the machine (Milky Way works too, if you’re up for it).
You’re about to experience the magic all over again. Microwave the popcorn normally, then open the bag and pour in the Doritos.
Just snag a Rice Krispy from the vending machine and microwave it (unwrapped) for about 20 seconds. Now, shake the bag until the Doritos fall to the bottom, and you’ve got cheesy popcorn. If your vending machine serves both Reese’s Cups and Reese’s Pieces, then peanut butter lovers can rejoice.
Depending on whether or not the admiration is mutual, a scenario like this is either exciting or potentially creepy. Today, Happn is launching locally in San Francisco at Facebook’s F8 conference.