Jello is something I usually eat when I have a sore throat, or someone makes one of those weird Jello salads with fruit and maraschino cherries suspended in cool, old-school mold. For the most part, however, Jello never really enters into my eating world that often.

It will now do so even less, I think, now that I've seen milk Jello. Apparently, making Jello molds using milk jugs and soda bottles is a thing on the interwebs. People make realistic looking Jello molds out of bottles and then slice them. It's weird, and in the case of this milk Jello jug, a little disturbing.

But, hey, maybe you want to do something weird and disturbing soon. Follow this tutorial and tell us how it works out.