Foie Gras Bubble Gum

If the bad economy is cutting into your foie gras consumption, or you live in one of those mean states that’s banned the practice — Foie Gras Bubble Gum is here to help. Brought to us by Archie McPhee, the gum is a convenient way to enjoy some fatty goose liver, while saving you a trip to that fancy restaurant of yours. And, as far as we know, they’ll ship the gumballs to California — win!


Frozen Margarita Cologne Exists

If you’re not smelling enough like happy hour — even during happy hour — then perhaps Frozen Margarita Cologne can help. The scent for women is available in a 4 oz. spray, and will help you to continuously emanate the scent of limes, tequila, and a desperate need for attention. Good luck between 4 and 7.

[link, via Incredible Things]

Anatomically Correct Chocolate Skulls

Life-sized and anatomically correct Chocolate Skulls are brought to us by Two Little Cats Bakery. Available at Eat Your Heart Out in October, the skulls will help make your Halloween party legit. Just lose the spaghetti worms and jell-o eyeballs.


R2-D2 Lunch Bag That Lights Up and Beeps

When the standard tin Star Wars lunch box isn’t enough to show off your geekdom — the R2D2 Lunch Bag should do the trick. Not only is the insulated bag formed to look like R2-D2, but your kid’s new lunch vessel will light up and beep — just in case the bag itself doesn’t get the bully’s attention.

The R2-D2 Lunch Bag is 100% PVC and BPA free, insulated with closed cell polyethylene foam, and has a padded carrying handle.


Seinfood, Posters Celebrating The Food of Seinfeld

Seinfeld, the “show about nothing,” was often set at our main characters’ favorite coffee shop, or contained storylines such as losing Junior Mints in people.

Seinfood is a series of posters created by artist Rinee Shah, that celebrates some of the most well-known foods and food-centric storylines from the series. The illustrations include Monk’s Cafe, the infamous marble rye, and the not horse-friendly Beef-A-Reeno. Check out the full poster series here, and you’ll be inspired to grab a few Seinfeld DVDs, or catch up with the epic sitcom in syndication.

[link, via Huffington Post]