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Kraft offering up chance to turn your dad into cheese this Father's Day

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Chances are, your dad is already pretty cheesy, so why not turn him into some cheese this Father's Day? 

Kraft is offering up what they are calling the "ultimate last-minute Father's Day gift": A custom-made cheese sculpture of your dad. 

A limited number of sculptures will be made from a block of Kraft Sharp Cheddar Cheese and sculpted into your dad's head. 

All you have to do is head to the auction site on eBay, and place a bid by Tuesday afternoon. Only five cheese sculptures will be made and the starting bid is $500. 

It will take three days to make each sculpture once the auction ends and you'll have your cheese head by the time Father's Day rolls around. 

All proceeds from the Kraft Father’s Day auction will go toward Feeding America®, along with a dollar-for-dollar donation match from Kraft brand up to $25,000. Feeding America is the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization, working to connect people with food and end hunger through a network of 200 member food banks.

The auction stressed that if you had any thoughts about eating your cheese dad once you spent all of that money on it, you should not. 

"PLEASE DO NOT EAT," the listing says. "Seriously, don’t eat it."

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