Shit, here’s a bunch of stock photos of Babybel Cheese

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There are only so many articles about politics and the coronavirus that a person can read before they have to take refuge in something else. Nothing other.

Some people attempt to distract themselves from the harsh realities of disturbing news by consuming news-adjacent entertainment, such as the movie Contagion. But I? I get away with getting lost deep in the Getty search results for “Babybel cheese.”

To give context to this odd phrase, another article I write calls for a stock image of Babybel Cheese. When I woke up today, I went to Getty hoping to find a simple product shot of wax-covered cheese rounds. But instead, I discovered a number of deeply confusing sites.

After giving my co-workers a little taste of the cursed world of Babybel photoshoots, we said, “Fuck off, let’s share those ridiculous Babybel photos with the rest of the world.”

So readers, in the spirit of temporarily distracting you from another day of germ-ridden political hell, here are some eerie photos of Babybel cheese.

Sliced ​​Babybel

Do not cut your Babybel.
Credit: Getty Images / iStockphoto

What would compel someone to cut that 1.5 inch wheel of cheese into even smaller pieces? A crime against dairy products.

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babybel fondue

Babybel Fondue.

Babybel Fondue.
Credit: Richard Lautens/Toronto Star via Getty Images

Here we have the Babybel Fondue, aka a single baby (or bel) fondue placed in a childlike bowl that looks like a petri dish. In 2016, the Toronto Starby Ariel Teplitsky microwave a Babybel for 30 seconds to achieve this level of melting. Reviews were mixed.

Babybels Bathing

Babybel takes her bath.

Babybel takes her bath.
Credit: JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER / AFP via Getty Images

These unwrapped bad boys bathe on the production line at the Bel Group cheese factory in Evron, France, according to the Getty image description of the photo.

Babybel naked

Naked Babybel.

Naked Babybel.
Credit: JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER / AFP via Getty Images

Look at the shine of these exposed cheese wheels. “Babybel unwrapped is too sexy,” said a co-worker after seeing this cheesy porn. And you know what? She’s not wrong!

Babybel wrapped in prosciutto

A Babybel sparkle.

A Babybel sparkle.
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We ourselves have the start of a real Babybel shine here. Babybel wrapped in prosciutto on a wooden board? Next level.

Babybel in a glass

Babybel in a glass.

Babybel in a glass.
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For every bright Babybel stock photo, there’s a weird one with a description like “Stack mini cheese in the glass.” As if someone demand for such a thing.

Fantasy Babybel

Give your guests who love Babybel a good time.

Give your guests who love Babybel a good time.
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We stan Babybel on fuet ciabatta sandwiches near the lime. Why the hell not?

Babybel on dirty wood

Babybel on wood.

Babybel on wood.
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Are those bites of Babybel wasted? Somebody please help them before they get splinters.

Babybel and her friends

Babybel and his friends.

Babybel and his friends.
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Babybel among hazelnuts and other goodies. Sadly, that dumb slice is back.

Wild babybel in a cheese forest

A Babybel cairn.

A Babybel cairn.
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Stop piling rocks and make a Babybel cairn instead.

Two babes

Babybel feat.  basil.

Babybel feat. basil.
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Babybel flirts with basil. A match made in heaven.

The Babybel Army

Portions of wrapped Babybel cheese lie on the production line at the Groupe Bel cheese factory in Evron, northwestern France, September 22, 2016. Groupe Bel, which is behind such household names as that Kiri, Babybel and The Laughing Cow, has launched an important campaign to reassure consumers about the origin of its products, a first step since the creation of the family business 151 years ago.  / AFP / JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER (Photo credit should read JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER/AFP via Getty Images)

Portions of wrapped Babybel cheese lie on the production line at the Groupe Bel cheese factory in Evron, northwestern France, September 22, 2016. Groupe Bel, which is behind such household names as that Kiri, Babybel and The Laughing Cow, has launched an important campaign to reassure consumers about the origin of its products, a first step since the creation of the family business 151 years ago. / AFP / JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER (Photo credit should read JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER/AFP via Getty Images)
Credit: AFP via Getty Images

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