To celebrate its 33rd anniversary, a Japanese electronics company called IO Data is going to give away a special Valentine’s Day treat to three lucky online shoppers. It’s a chocolate bar that looks like a RAM module!
…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.
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?
Now that you’re done recovering from your Thanksgiving food coma, you’re probably be ready for some more delicious carbs, right? Well there’s no better way to get your sugar fix than with some of these Millenium Falcon truffles.
Who doesn’t love chocolate? You can never have too much. You probably wish that you had a train-load of chocolate delivered to you every day. But what about a train that is actually made of the sweet stuff?
This chocolate cherry filled Death Star is the ultimate power in the universe. It will shatter your taste buds into a million gooey pieces as it fires at the pleasure centers of your brain like Alderaan.
One of the disadvantages of vinyl records is that they degrade each time they’re used. Breakbot’s record exacerbates that, but it’s also better in one aspect: you can eat it after you’re sick of listening to it, because it’s made entirely out of chocolate.
If you ate your own brain, what does that make you? A zombie cannibal? A short-lived Hannibal? An attraction at a goth carnival? Or just dead? Fortunately Andy Millns will not be burdened with any of those associations, because he only ate a piece of chocolate cast from a mold made from a 3D print made from an MRI of his own brain.
We seen a wall-sized Scrabble set, now here’s a bite-sized one. Andie’s Specialty Sweets makes edible Scrabble tiles and racks, so you don’t have to clean up after you play the game – just stuff everything in your mouth.
The Japanese do come up with some strange technology. The Chocolate Q-Pot Phone, which was designed by Tadaaki Wakamatsu and NTT DoCoMo, is going to be released in Japan as a special Valentine’s Day smartphone. Does that mean you’ll only use it on that particular day?
Robert Baratheon would have fought harder for his kingship if he had this chocolate cake throne instead of the depressing iron one. This Game of Thrones cake was made by Kensei Yonzon for an unnamed client.