Looking for the perfect coffee mug to let your coworkers know you’re down to do a little tabletop campaigning on your lunch break? Well, now you’re in luck, thanks to this Dungeons & Dragons D12 coffee mug available from Firebox.
I have a love-hate relationship with Super Mario Bros. I really like the game, and played it a lot back in the day on my NES. I also died a lot and remain utterly convinced to this day that the game cheated.
This Doctor Who TARDIS Coffee Press is the perfect way to start your morning – for both you and a companion. I don’t know about you, but I need a good strong cup of coffee to wash the taste of that last season from my palette.
A quick glance at this unique device over at Hammacher Schlemmer, and you most certainly wouldn’t think this is a coffee maker. It looks more like something you would use to infuse embalming fluid into Frankenstein’s monster.
Back in the day, there were a couple of summers I worked construction with a family friend. What I remember about those summers was miserable Texas heat and how many of the guys on the crew drank piping hot coffee even when it was literally 110-degrees outside.
We need a better way to stir our coffee, people. You know why? because over 400 million plastic and wood coffee stirrers are thrown away every day. They go in landfills and also end up in that giant floating island made of trash, that sits between California and Hawaii.
Some of the most iconic objects in the history of video games have to be the barrels that Donkey Kong tosses at Jumpman as he climbs girders to rescue his princess. Jumping over those barrels and smashing them with a sledgehammer were the key gameplay mechanics of Nintendo’s breakout arcade game.
Rule the Marvel universe and your morning coffee with something better than an iron fist. This Infinity Gauntlet coffee mug is but one of the cool Avengers: Infinity Wars toys and collectibles that is just now flooding the market since the release of the movie is right around the corner.
Whenever Captain Jean-Luc Picard is stressed out by Q’s antics, or just keeping up with the Cardassians, he needs something to help him keep a clear head. His beverage of choice? Tea. Earl Grey. Hot. Now, you can enjoy the same delightfully soothing beverage as our favorite Starfleet captain does with this mug.
Coffee and video games don’t generally mix. After all, reaching down from your controller in the middle of a game to grab a sip usually results in a nasty mouth burn or hot coffee spilled all over the place.
Robots are starting to pop up in a variety of places – especially in Japan. This SoftBank Pepper humanoid robot working at one of the company’s smartphone stores, and offers a customer coffee while she waits.
Goth folks could use a hot cup of coffee in the morning to get going just like regular folks. The catch is that they might want a dark and brooding beverage rather than something bright and cheerful like a Rainbow Frappuccino.
I’d think that Darth Vader would have a hard time with coffee. I mean he wears a helmet all the time, not exactly a headgear that works well for drinking things. Perhaps that is what he was doing inside that ball thingy, chilling and having a cup of joe.
Japan makes all kinds of weird and wonderful things. This is not the strangest by far, but it is pretty cool. Check out this coffee vending machine that includes a live video feed of the inner workings of the machine.
I remember when the Nintendo Game Boy came out back in the day and we were all super excited that you could play games on the go. The graphics were terrible though. If you want to relive that mobile retro gaming action, the Game Boy 16oz heat change mug is just the ticket.