Sparkling water usually comes in zesty flavors like lemon, lime, grapefruit, or cherry. While I do love me some marshmallows, the idea of bubble water that tastes like the sugary treat seems a little odd to me.
In a way, your cubicle or office is sort of like your own Fallout settlement. The biggest difference is that supermutants won’t come eat your coworkers, and there aren’t idiot NPCs banging on random stuff with hammers around the office.
Quirky softdrink maker Jones Soda has partnered with Bethesda to release an official real life version of Fallout 3‘s Nuka-Cola Quantum. It may not raise your max AP, but it’ll give you short bursts of energy for your marathon Fallout 4 sessions.
I’m not picking on women, but I have noticed that the women in my family seem to have no strength in their wrists/hands whatsoever. I can open a bottle of soda easily, but the women in my family have trouble.
Keep your alcoholism to yourself with these nifty beer can covers that make your beer look like a soda. These reusable covers wrap around your beer can so that you can keep drinking without anyone suspecting a thing – unless you are obviously drunk, of course.
Have you ever heard of poutine? No? Well, it’s a Canadian dish that’s made with french fries which have been topped with brown gravy and cheese curds. Other variations exist, but that’s basically what the dish is.
If hobbits had their own brand of soda, it would be best to call it Lonely Mountain Cola. For those of you unfamiliar with the story, that’s a reference to the mountain which holds the hobbits’ treasure that was stolen by the greedy and wicken dragon, Smaug.
It used to be that whipped cream packaged in aerosol cans was the only foodstuff I’d consider spraying straight into my mouth. It’s a common scene you see in movies when teenagers or kids go wild and just start spraying stuff all over the place.
Growing up, the mix of candy and soft drink we all feared was Pop Rocks and Dr. Pepper. The word on the playground was that mixture would blow the teeth right out of your head. All I know is that the mix will give you some serious burps.
Vending machine technology hasn’t really changed that much in the last 20 years. Sure Coca-Cola has started to roll out their awesome Freestyle custom drink machine, but that’s not really a vending machine – it’s more of a soda fountain for the 21st century.
…but not the coke that Scarface likes; this cellphone runs on Coca-Cola. Actually it doesn’t just do Coke, it also gets pumped up on other sugary fluids.
Designed by Daizi Zheng, the cellphone’s fuel cells generate electricity from sugar, which isn’t exactly groundbreaking tech, but it’s not widely used either.
This insane collectible out of Japan is truly for you die-hard Final Fantasy fanatics out there.
The set includes sixteen cans of Final Fantasy XIII “elixir” – which is some sort of Suntory lemon-flavored concoction with three-times the normal amount of caffeine and royal jelly.
Sometimes I’m still surprised by how mainstream, nay, cool geeks and nerds have become, and that there are lots of products that are just eager to win the geek’s attention (and money). Video game conventions now draw huge crowds, there are a billion tech websites as of this writing, movies based on comics and fantasy books are being produced left and right – I don’t know about you, but I sure didn’t have even the slightest bit of hope that the Watchmen would be turned into a movie when I first read it.
Japanese brewer Suntory has long been making (reportedly disgusting) potions for Square Enix’s Final Fantasy games, but until now they’ve actually resembled the in-game items. The latest round of beverages, however, breaks that tradition — Suntory’s going with the good ol’ fashioned can.