Okay, so this tiny heart doesn't carry the religious significance of the Virgin Mary pretzel or Jesus Cheetos that occasionally make headline news. But since divine cuisine has become almost commonplace, I began to wonder if this secular biscuit might be considered rare and valuable among ebay bidders.
Realizing that a hunk of raw dough wouldn't ship as well as a baked item, I slid the cookie sheet into the oven and began imagining how I would spend my sudden windfall — then realized my mistake 20 minutes later.
No matter how good my intentions had been, the baked-til-golden-brown version appeared to be nothing more than a flaky biscuit.
You don't need to understand Japanese to realize the worldwide appeal of the item shown in this video: