If you decide to Google the title and figure out what a “human centipede” is, consider this a warning. It’s gross. It’s really, really gross. Based on the strength of that grossness, however, The Human Centipede became a cult success in 2009, mostly thanks to word of mouth from horror fans about the absurdity of the premise. It was also buoyed by posters that laughably promised it was “100% medically accurate.”
Some little part of internet population seems to be jumping on the idea of turning the furniture giant’s famous blue bag into must-have fashion accessories and unique clothing. From face masks and dresses to shoes and thongs (no, really), there seems to be no limit to what DIY projects people can make with IKEA blue bag.