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Things We Saw Today: There’s a Bread Version of Alligator Loki

Alligator Loki in Marvel Studios' LOKI, exclusively on Disney+. Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved.

The California-based One House Bakery has baked the key to my heart. They created an all-bread version of Alligator Loki from the hit Disney+ show Loki and he’s too cute to want to eat! According to ScreenRant, co-owner Hannalee Pervan and her mother were inspired by the show to make the delicious “Dough-ki”.

Starting all the way back in August, the duo began crafting the bread version of Alligator Loki. And he’s beautiful.

Would I die for Dough-ki in the same way I would the Alligator Loki from the show? Yes, absolutely. If they asked me to lay down my sword, I would do it without asking any questions. Especially if he’s made out of bread and gigantic.

 

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Alligator Loki emerged as a fan favorite from the series, and for good reason. He swam in a little pool, drank wine, wore a jaunty Loki crown, and was ready to protect his fellow Lokis by biting off the hand of President Loki, so what’s not to love about him? Well, I guess that version not being made out of bread was a bit of an issue, but now that’s fixed!

(image: Marvel Entertainment)

Here are some other stories we saw out there today:

  • Remembering and celebrating the life of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, who died in an accident on the set of the Western Rust after star Alec Baldwin discharged a prop firearm. (via The New York Times)
  • “On-set deaths from prop guns are rare — but not unheard of” (via NPR)

  • Kids are playing Squid Game on the playground. Yup. (via ScreenRant)
  • Pablo Escobar’s “cocaine hippos” are ruled legally people. (via Gizmodo)

Anything we missed? Let us know what you saw in the comments below!

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