Holiday Pringles Include Pumpkin Pie, White Chocolate Peppermint and Cinnamon & Sugar Flavor

Pringles, which has never been shy about taking liberties with potato chip flavors, or the concept of an actual potato chip, will be unleashing a line of chips just in time to ruin your holidays. Pumpkin Pie Spice, White Chocolate Peppermint, and Cinnamon & Sugar flavored Pringles will be available November 1st. The Pumpkin Pie version will be sold exclusively at Walmart.

And, if you’re wondering if these Pringles will be worth getting your hand stuck in the canister for, Huff Po Food tried them out, so you don’t have to.


Chocolate Gaming Dice

If only you had these Chocolate Gaming Dice during all those nights playing D&D in your parent’s basement — perhaps some girls might have actually come over. Nonetheless, you’re older now, your acne had finally cleared up, and you own an internet start-up of some sort. Take that, jocks.

So, call up the old Dungeons and Dragons gang, and break out this set of d4, d6, d8, d10, d12, and d20. D is now for ‘delicious,’ as the dice is actually made by Ghirardelli, which is like the Elf Wizard of chocolate-making — or, so I’ve heard.


Star Wars Millennium Falcon Bottle Opener

You’ve never heard of the Millennium Falcon Bottle Opener? It’s the bottle opener that made the Kessel run in less than twelve parsecs. Although we never could tell what the hell Han was talking about — one thing we do understand is that there are beers, and those beers need to be opened.

Even though this miniature version with a hole in the back won’t help save any universes, it will help open your beer of choice. And, it has a magnet on the back to stick to the fridge, or to hide underneath a Star Destroyer.


Pumpkin Pie Vodka Exists

It’s October. So, by law, everything must either contain pumpkin, pumpkin flavoring, or make mention of a pumpkin and be orange. Pinnacle, who appears to have some sort of vendetta with plain vodka-flavored vodka, has unleashed Pumpkin Pie Vodka.

No mention if it actually contains pumpkin, or any pie ingredients — but it is now October. So let’s pour a little in your Pumpkin Keg, and get on with our day. November will be here before we know it.

[via Incredible Things]

Evil Fake Wine Bottle Labels

Get into the Halloween spirit with your wine, and cover up the labels of that cheap stuff that you buy, with Evil Fake Wine Labels. The set of four fake labels would also help make a great gift for a wine drinker with a sense of humor — especially someone who won’t mind that you bought them $6.99 rat poison. Wine not included.