Sweet summertime romance scene gets steamier than intended.

McDonald’s Japan had a pretty cute marketing idea for its line of McFizz soft drinks. The drinks (which come in Blue Hawaii, Blood Orange, and Lemon Ginger flavors) are all refreshing to sip on a hot day, and brightly colored to boot, so the company’s packaging designers decided to add even more summertime fun with a little bit of warm-weather romance.

The clear cups are decorated with various pictures of a guy and a girl, on opposite sides of the drinking vessel. Once you’re done with the drink, you can rotate the cup around, and you’ll see the young sweethearts plant a relatively chaste kiss on each other.

▼ You can see the effect in action in the video here.

Like I said, pretty cute right? However, what was meant as a dash of innocent puppy love can also create far more suggestive scenes. See, McDonald’s was apparently planning on people looking at the cups from a more-or-less perpendicular angle when the couple kisses. However, if you change the viewing angle, instead of a smooch on the lips or a peck on the cheek…

…the girl ends up with her kisser on the guy’s pecker. With the proper positioning, the guy can return the oral-operation favor, too.

These aren’t the only explicit escapades the McDonald’s cups can depict, either. If you rotate the cup around so that the guy and girl are in the opposite orientation that they would be if they were kissing, their poses match up in some eye-popping ways, such as the guy copping a feel on the girl’s butt

…or, if you’ll pardon me for not mincing words (considering you’ve already read this far), ramming her from behind.

▼ Truly a face that says “I’m lovin’ it!”

Oh, and there’s also the way that tilting the cup changes the visual perception of each drawing’s size, making it look like one of the McFizz people is getting physical with someone much, much younger than they are.

At the moment, it looks like McDonald’s has yet to pull out of the decorative cup promotion, so for the time being, even though titillation is becoming harder and harder to come by in Japanese convenience stores, you can still get it at McDonald’s Japan.

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