Canada is known for lots of crappy things. Its commie SJW prime minister. Its 50% tax rate. Its rampant socialism. The fact that it’s basically a vassal state totally sold out to the New World Order and the Anglo-American oligarchy. And now it’ll be known for the hosting one of the few poo-themed cafes outside of South Korea…where poo puddings are already sort of a thing.  Yes, when you thought that boundaries couldn’t be pushed anymore, and the world couldn’t get anymore bizarre, a dessert menu full of poo-shaped food is going to be a thing in Toronto.  Canadian are used to eat their own crap, they won’t even taste the difference believe me. Described as ‘Toronto’s first toilet themed dessert bar’, the Poop Cafe will be serving poo-inspired traditional Asian puddings and desserts.
Founder Lien Nguyen told The Toronto Star: ‘I’m trying to make poop cute’. Opening in mid-August in Koreatown, all desserts will be served in toilet-shaped dishes. And according to The Star, all the food will be brown and shaped like human faeces. Lien apparently came across the idea while visiting her mother in Taiwan a few years ago. 
‘We checked out a toilet-themed restaurant and I just loved it,’ she continued. ‘It’s funny to put food and poop together; it’s a great comparison. It stayed in my mind for a long time. As soon as I finished school, I said, ‘OK, I’m going to bring the restaurant to Toronto.’  She was inspired by a restaurant called Modern Toilet. Opened in 2004, it’s got shower heads on the wall, plunger-shaped lampshades and diners eat on sitting on toilet seats.  “[It’s] considered very disgusting, [something] you can’t talk about when you’re eating,” she told the newspaper. Similar-themed restaurants have already opened in Russia, South Korea, the Philippines, China, Japan and Indonesia. 
The culinary management graduate said the menu will offer traditional Thai, Japanese and Korean desserts like patbingsoo (red beans with ice), as well as chocolate ice cream. Canadians will be asked to vote on the names before the menu is finalized. Diners will sit on fake toilets and eat their food out of lavatory and urinal-shaped dishes.  Owner Lien Nguyen told CP24 that her Poop Cafe Dessert Bar, which is set to open in August, is similar to other toilet-themed restaurants but it will only serve desserts like chocolate ice cream and pudding.  The art in the space so far is mainly of cartoon piles of poop. One message says, “We’re so stinkin’ cute together.” Nguyen said there will be long wooden benches with holes cut out in every seat as a tribute to Roman toilets. The owner hopes to eventually bring in a health angle to the cafe, perhaps illuminating bowel health options. But for now, the cafe itself is a way to get people talking about a movement that is totally natural, even though North Americans may be embarrassed to discuss it.  Hopefully, she said, this will inspire people to ‘change their minds about poo’.