Whether you’re on the Light or Dark Side of the Force, there’s one thing we can all agree on: Candy is good. Now, thanks to the confectionery makers of Japan, you can have your lightsaber and eat it too.
You probably wouldn’t let your dog drink out of your toilet, but did you know that there are actually people out there who would eat out of a toilet?
Not out of a regular toilet, of course, but out of the Moko Moko Mokoletto.
Last year we found out about Brian Egenriether’s pet project – a machine that automatically separates Skittles by color. It’s fun to watch it work, but ultimately it was a novelty invention because it went about its task at a leisurely pace.
LEGO blocks are fun to play with for sure, but they’re definitely not the kind of thing you want kids putting in their mouth and chomping on. For block-builders who like to chew on stuff, better go with Candy Blocks instead.
Japan is home to all sorts of unusual stuff, and the hits keep on coming. While the technology to 3D print a tiny model of yourself has existed for a while, this is the first time I’ve heard of using the same material used to make gummy bears/worms/critters to do it.
Lotta Luv is a cosmetics company that’s no stranger to collaborating with well-known chocolate and candy franchises. The latest one they’ve forged is with Jolly Rancher, where they’ve incorporated the candy’s familiar flavors into the scents and colors of their new 5-color nail polish set.
When I think of zombies and brains, I remember that hilarious music video that you can watch after you play all the levels of Plants vs. Zombies. You know, the one that goes “There’s a zombie on your lawn…“
This time around, though, you can turn the tables on those zombies and eat their brains instead.
My life changed when I sipped a shot of Bailey’s mixed with chocolate liquor. I guess you could say that my life changed at that point, because I never liked the taste of alcohol nor appreciated it all – until that very moment.
This chocolate sculpture of Bruce Willis was made for a press conference in Japan for the release of A Good Day To Die Hard. It looks even more like Bruce Willis than Joseph Gordon-Levitt did in Looper.
…and to the dentist’s office. Etsy seller Hans Chung has created the opposite of the camera that looks like a chocolate bar. I wonder which of the two is stranger. You be the judge. Behold! A life-size chocolate replica of the Canon D60, including a lens and battery grip.
I used to have the largest collection of PEZ dispensers among my friends – that is, before our dog discovered my stash and chewed them all to unrecognizable bits. While I mourned the loss of my collection, I was sick with relief that our dog didn’t choke on the tiny plastic parts.
For obvious reasons, February 14th is the day that most single people dread. If you’ve been dumped, cheated on, lied to, or jilted by a scumbag of an ex-boyfriend (or ex-girlfriend) recently, then it’s time you placed an order in for some bitter Valentine candy.
When I was 13, I wasn’t thinking about college. No, at that time, I was worried about whether or not I’d get accepted for the school paper and how I was going to ask my parents for a cellphone (it was a relatively new thing at the time.)
If you’re lucky and if you do things right, then you’ll probably only have to plan a marriage proposal only once in your entire lifetime. So why not expend the right amount of effort and pour excessive loads of creativity and thoughtfulness into it to give your significant other the proposal of her (or his) lifetime?