OK, true, this isn’t really milk from gorillas. But promotions can get pretty outrageous too. Earlier this year, Barnana, maker of The Super Potassium Snack, announced it would bring eco-friendly, grass-fed Gorilla Milk to market. Promising a product made from the “nutritionally dense milk” of Western lowland gorillas, the cringeworthy release turned out to be a fundraising campaign intended to benefit efforts to save and repopulate the wild habitat of the gorilla. “For those wanting to try the gorilla milk,” Barnana said on its website, “I’m sorry to tell you that we in fact don’t milk gorillas. Just because you can doesn’t mean you should.”