They used to tell you to not play with your food when you were a kid. Forget that nonsense. Play with your food all you want – especially when it’s Jell-O. These new Jell-O Play Build & Eat kits make it perfectly acceptable.
Each of these kits comes with two packages of Jell-O and two molds so you can create LEGO blocks to build things.
Simply looking at this massive gummy pizza will give you diabeetus. This insane edible weighs in at 225 pounds and was made by the lovers of all things gummy at Vat19. These are the same folks with that gummy pickle we talked about a not long ago.
It was created to look like another gummy pizza the company sells, only much, much bigger.
I have mixed feelings about the 1986 musical comedy flick Little Shop of Horrors. I liked it because Rick Moranis and his movies were some of my favorite flicks of the era… you hoser. He was a staple of comedy in my youth.
Do you get thirsty on long car rides? Daniel Tillotson does, and wanted to safely enjoy a beverage without taking his hands off the wheel. So he modified the mechanism that sprays wiper fluid onto his Subaru’s windshield to spray kombucha directly into his mouth while he’s driving.
Of all the awesome tech in Star Trek: The Next Generation, there were two things I really wanted. I wanted the replicator not for “Tea, Earl Grey, Hot” but so I could have all the snacks I wanted on a whim.
Who says farming has to be boring? The Brick Wall built this cool piece of LEGO Technic farm equipment, adding it to his already impressive collection of machines. He actually created two hay rakes. One is a modern-day farm implement, and one is inspired by the rakes of yesteryear.
Everyone knows that real mean shave with an axe. Ask any woodsman or lumberjack. It’s just what real men do. The Straight Razor Warrior Axe Razor lets any man shave like a serious tough guy.
It’s a razor in the form of a mini axe.
Somebody call Spider-Man, because I think we just spotted the Green Goblin! What you’re about to see is a jet-powered Flyboard Air being piloted at speeds up to 103.4 mph. This thing looks like a lot of fun.
Hugs are always a nice thing unless they come from some odd, gigantic, hairy, sweaty guy you don’t know. I’d not want a free hug from an Alien facehugger either. It may well be the last hug you ever get unless you find someone to do the deed before your chest bursts.
Entertainment Earth has a cool Alien inspired Q-Fig diorama, featuring a xenomorph egg and a facehugger bursting forth with an offer of “free hugs.”
Did you hear that collectibles company NECA bought the company that makes Chia Pets? Me either. Apparently, it happened back in February. Well, now we know the reason for that purchase. It’s because they want to apply their mad sculpting skills to unleash a bunch of geek-themed Chia Pets on us.
I once tried cross-stitching in an art class in school once. I stabbed myself repeatedly in the finger making my DNA part of the project. But if you can avoid the bloody bits, it turns out that cross-stitching is a wonderful way to recreate pixel art.
Sure, you can use drones to capture some cool aerial footage or to spy on your enemies, but this may be the best use of drones yet – toilet papering someone else’s house. Teal Drones CEO George Matus used a custom drone to do just that – in broad daylight.
He used the drone to toilet paper his company’s chief operating officer Billy McGuire’s house.