Cake artist Claudia of Cakerific freely admits that she’s come a long way since her first Optimus Prime cake, and I have to agree. It’s amazing what a couple of years of regular baking practice will do for you.
You know, I kind of like Claptrap from the Borderlands games, but I have to admit, he was also really, really annoying. Still, he made the game a little more interesting with his stupid banter. He’s just not as cool as R2-D2.
Reddit user eclaire4186 received the best wedding gift ever when her sister had these Dalek cakes made for her. Her sister had been teasing her for months and then, just as they were wrapping up the wedding lunch, these two creatures were unveiled.
Cupcakes have been an obsession of food connoisseurs everywhere for years, and we’ve seen some weird creations thus far. The Cupcake Nuggets? Extremely original – no sarcasm. Savor this moment, friends, because my posts are generally dripping in sarcasm, and my fried chicken wings are always dripping in grease.
This life-sized Darth Vader cake could feed an entire Death Star or a whole village of ewoks on Endor. Heck, it could probably satisfly that huge asteroid worm that tried to eat the Millennium Falcon. It stands six feet, seven inches tall and looks both evil and delicious.
If you absolutely have to join the collective of two and get married, you might as well go all out and have a wedding cake that features a starship battle over top of that fondant. Remind yourself that Wolf 359 is where the Borg battle took place, and don’t Wolf it down as fast as you can, 359.
I’m not the best Settlers of Catan player, I’m going to be honest. By “not the best,” I mean that I always lose. By “honest,” I mean that I’m a lying little rat in the sewer, because NOBODY EVER BEATS ME AT ANYTHING.
I have a thing for cake pops. There’s just something so delicious about the idea of a piece of cake you can eat anytime, anywhere – like a lollipop. Whoever invented the cake pop should win a Nobel prize as far as I’m concerned.
The Walking Dead is both one of my favorite graphic novels as well as television series. Sure, the TV series veers off course from the comics from time-to-time, but that’s to be expected. It’s still a pretty awesome show in my opinion.
One of my favorite scenes from The Empire Strikes Back is when Luke gets captured by the Wampa and is hanging upside-down from the ceiling of his icy cave. He then uses the Force to pull his lightsaber towards his hand, then slices himself down from the ceiling and proceeds to slash off one of the furry creature’s arms.