A Unicorn Cookie That Poops Rainbows


Although we still argue over the existence of unicorns… we can all agree that they in fact poop rainbows.

Elise, over at My Cupcake Addiction, knows this to be true, and has created Rainbow Unicorn Cookies that dispense multi-colored sprinkles outta their butts.

Even if making the magical treats seems a bit labor intensive, the end result is a rainbow-pooping unicorn. Please watch this…


Experience What It’s Like To Ride On An Extreme Sushi Conveyor Belt


If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be a piece of sushi riding on a conveyor belt — it’s OK, you’re amongst friends — now’s your chance to actually experience it.

Ultra Sushi-Go-Round, developed for the Oculus Rift, gives the viewer the full sushi ride experience. And, if you’re concerned that a slow ride around a sushi restaurant could be a bit boring, things get exciting and spiral out of control pretty fast. Literally.

[link, via Laughing Squid]

There’s A Beer That Could Help You Look Younger Because Japan


Beer, always known to help people look better, is now trying to actually make people look better.

Precious is a new brew that is marketing itself as an age-defying beer, by including 2000mg of collagen. The low-malt beverage, currently only available in Hokkaido Prefecture, also contains 5% ABV.

Although, there’s no evidence that ingesting collagen will be effective for your skin, you can at least try to look and feel younger. No goggles required.

[link, via Technabob]

There’s A Ben & Jerry’s Beer Now


Not content with pun-fueled and hippy-inspired ice creams, Ben & Jerry’s is now in the beer business.

Collaborating with New Belgium Brewing Company, Salted Caramel Brownie Brown Ale will do its best to bridge the gap between the sweet-tooth and beer snob market. Either way, both groups can stop pouring beer over their ice cream.

Style: Brown Ale (w/ Cocoa)
Availability: 22oz Bottles
Release: TBA
6.3% ABV


This Ridiculous 1991 Sizzler Commercial Is The Most American Thing That Ever Existed


Nothing says “Murica!” quite like freedom, over-the-top advertising, and your right to eat whatever the hell you want at a reasonable price.

This 1991 Sizzler commercial has all of these things, therefore, it is the most American thing to ever America. Overly-sentimental advertising with cringe-inducing voice-over… check. Hordes of hungry Americans huddled around an all-you-can-eat buffet… done and done.

But the greatest part, besides trying to imagine the original pitch meeting for this ad, is how this four-minute spot perfectly sums up an early 90s America. It was a country still recovering from the 80s — shown in the questionable fashion sense, a soundtrack for the tone-deaf, and heavy emphasis on value after the decade of excess. And, the steaks… Oh my, those steaks.

Please watch this…

[via Laughing Squid]