Pizza Cake Is Not Real But It Could Be With Your Help

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The Pizza Cake — appropriate for any birthday or event worth celebrating — is a concept by Boston Pizza.

The layered cake is part of the Canada-based chain’s Pizza Game Changers. The campaign looks to find the most life-altering pizza-related item that we didn’t realize we needed. Or, perhaps a gas-powered pizza cutter is more your thing?

Either way, you can go vote here, and have your pizza life altered forever.

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R2-D2 Measuring Cup Set

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If you need to accurately measure some flour or blue milk, the R2-D2 Measuring Cup Set is here to help.

Everyone’s favorite height-challenged droid disassembles into 4 measuring cups and 4 measuring spoons. And, R2 is a little easier to snap back together than C-3PO — no wookiee required. The R2-D2 Measuring Cup Set is exclusively available at ThinkGeek.

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A Bacon-Wrapped Hot Dog With A Sausage For A Bun, Y’all!

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Proof once again that bread is over, The Vulgar Chef has created the Hot Dog in a Sausage Bun.

For an added bonus, the hot dog is wrapped in bacon. Take that, bread.

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The Polaroid Cheese Slicer, Now Available For Pre-Order

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Imagine the next time you say “cheese” to a camera, you actually receive some. The Say Cheese Slicer is here to make it happen.

Made to look like a vintage Polaroid camera, the slicer will gladly deliver you a fresh slice of dairy product. The best part… Once the cheese comes out, you don’t have to shake it to make it work. You will however, have a lot of people smiling at you and saying “cheese.” More so than if it were a real camera.

The Say Cheese Slicer is available for pre-order at The Foodiggity Shop. They’ll be $9.99 when in stock, est. early May. So just drop us a line and we’ll let you know as soon as they’re here.

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Cuppaday, A Creative Art Project That Makes Use of Empty Coffee Cups

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What to do with all of those disposable coffee cups? Well, if you’re creative and have some time to spare, you can use them to create a daily art project.

Cuppaday is an art series by Sydney-based artist Paul Garbett, where he upcycles an empty disposable coffee cup every day into a new cylindrical work of art. Check out more from the series below.

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[link, via Lost At E Minor]