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$1000 Ice Pop In Los Cabos

In case our global decadence hasn't yet reached a peak, you too can now shell out for a $1,000 ice pop made with gold flakes and premium tequila. This might just be the world's most expensive ice pop. Offered at the pool of the Marquis Los Cabos resort in Baja California Sur, Mexico, this sugary, golden treat can't last you more than a few moments of indulgence before it melts, but c'est la vie? I've never really understood the appeal of eating gold flakes short of the same bragging rights that come along with buying a useless $1,000 iPhone app, so perhaps I'm missing something here – or maybe not. What are your thoughts on this luxury resort's $1,000 ice pop?

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