I am a serious fan of gummy bears. There are some out there that are crap though, you know the ones that are hard and will break your jaw to eat. Normally I buy my gummy bears in the small packs you get at the gas station.
One Friday night a couple weeks back I was bored and watched This is the End again. I sort of like the movie and find it sort of annoying at the same time. I forgot how much massive Satan penis was in the movie though.
Things can get a bit weird in Japan. Take these shoes for instance. They aren’t meant to be worn; they are meant to be eaten. I mean sure they look like normal men’s dress shoes, but they are actually made from chocolate.
They are something known as “sokkuri” sweets in Japan, which means “lookalike”.
Japan has weird KitKats with all sorts of flavors we only dream of here in the US. In general, we only get normal and white chocolate, while Japan has all sorts of fruit flavors. To celebrate the KitKat there is a new KitKat Sushi that comes in three flavors.
It seems none of the KitKat sushi actually has fish in it, but they are made to look like the real deal.
Growing up, there was this rumor going around that if you mixed Pop Rocks with Dr. Pepper your guts would explode. I was in first or second grade at the time and somehow my mom totally believe this rumor.
Christmas time is upon us once again and you know what that means. Gifts, drinks, family, and most important chocolate. Lots of chocolate. If you know someone who is a fan of chocolate and vintage Nikon cameras, we just found the perfect gift for them this holiday season.
This is an edible chocolate version of a vintage Nikon SLR camera and it sure looks tasty.
Japan has some very strange Kit Kat flavors like Sake or that gold leaf covered Kit Kat bar you could eat. If the weird flavors didn’t tip you off for how popular the candy is in the country, this Kit Kat museum will.
The museum opened in Tokyo and will be there for a limited time.
Well, my Jelly Belly loving friends, your dreams are about to come true. Even though you can find these tasty jelly beans almost anywhere, why would you want to actually get dressed and go out? For just $9,995 you can buy your own personal Jelly Belly vending machine.
If you ever wondered what the Sun might taste like, here is your chance. This is a set of ten handmade lollipops with encapsulated images of planetary objects in our solar system. The set includes the Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and yes, even Pluto.
Each lolly has its own flavor card in the box of ten so you know what they will taste like.
The Japanese are some of the world’s biggest purveyors of weird food. They have some strange snacks, and the latest is a Kit Kat bar with hand placed gold leaf around the chocolaty goodness. Why gold-leafed Kit Kat bars?
If you have a sweet tooth for dinosaurs and prehistoric fossils, food artist Sarah Hardy sells these cool chocolate fossils. At present, you can choose from a T. Rex tooth made from Ecuadorian milk chocolate and a Megalodon shark tooth made from 72% dark chocolate.
Both of these chocolate treats are accurate replicas of actual fossils which are then hand painted.
Star Wars already has a ton of great merchandise. There have even been a bunch of Star Wars themed candies over the years, but I don’t think they have ever released any Star Wars Gummies. This can only mean one thing.
I have seen a lot of really cool stuff come out of 3D printers. But all of that was just a morsel compared to the crazed creations the ChefJet Pro from 3D Systems can churn out using food.
Instead of plastic, the machine, which looks like a microwave oven, uses raw materials like sugar and frosting to output its candies and edible decorations.
Yes, you read that title correctly. This mattress is made of gummy bears. Can you even imagine what it would be like to sleep on this thing? Well, probably very gummy. I bet you are thinking it would be soft, but I think it would be super hard.
This scarf will keep you warm and well fed in the winter months. Wear it. Eat it. Then be cold again. Twitter user Overtime Queen made this colorful and edible scarf. Take note, grandma. Knit things that I can eat!