If you want to buy three servings of a nutritional powder than can be combined with water to create a synthetic "meal" with the exact appearance and consistency of semen, you're going to pay a lot for the privilege. Soylent is really in demand.
The post-food inventor of Soylent just triumphantly tweeted the following eBay listing:
It's certainly getting more buzz than caviar these days—the nutrient slurry just got an extensive writeup in the New Yorker, and fluid enjoys a strong following among startup kids looking for the next productivity booster.
But if Soylent is ever going to supplant just... eating stuff, it's going to have to come down in price by about $114.99. Actual semen remains free as a DIY meal.