The internet’s favorite new trend is cute little food videos. Sometimes, they involve actual cute eaters, like the much-shared hamster that ate the tiny burrito, but there’s also the ever-popular Japanese genre of “tiny kitchen” videos, which involve an actual candle-powered tiny stove. Super Deluxe has taken the genre to entirely new levels with its new series, “Mini Last Meals,” which merges the idea of a tiny kitchen with the not-so-charming romanticism of what a famous death row prisoner reportedly scarfed down right before they went off to meet his maker.
In the first installment, some adept hands put together a tiny version of John Wayne Gacy’s final meal, which consisted of some fried shrimp, strawberries, fries, and a big ol’ bucket of KFC. While the clip is both adorable and sharable, like some weird version of one of those Tasty clips, it’s also dark as hell, making for a twisted look at a part of food culture most of us rarely even think about.