IKEA Sells Beer Now

To pair with your Swedish meatballs and reasonably priced desk, IKEA now makes a dark lager beer. Officially titled Öl Mörk Lager, it can currently be found at IKEA stores in the UK.

Brits are encouraged to grab one — or six — to take along during the four hours it takes to get out of an IKEA.


Fictitious Dishes: The Meals of Famous Literary Characters

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

Fictitious Dishes is a photo series by graphic artist Dinah Fried, which recreates meals from a few well-known novels. From the trippy place setting of Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland, to the depressing gruel of Oliver Twist – we see them from the character’s point of view.

Oliver Twist

The Catcher in the Rye

Moby Dick

[link, via Laughing Squid]

Beer Box Cowboy Hat

Chances are, that if you regularly wear a cowboy hat, then you probably take your mass-produced American beer very seriously. Now, you can show your allegiance to cowboy culture and your favorite brew, with a Beer Box Cowboy Hat.

Constructed from an actual 18-pack — you can have your choice of either Miller Lite, MGD, or Coors Light. Please wear your beer hat responsibly.

[link, via This Is Why I'm Broke]

State-Shaped Cutting Boards

We’ve seen our beloved United States in iron skillet form. Now, you can show some state love in your kitchen, with A. Heirloom’s State-Shaped Cutting Boards. And, not only can you do your dicing and chopping on your favorite state, but A. Heirloom will represent your city with a heart.

Each board is made to order, and is 100% rapidly renewable bamboo. Check them out here.


A Burger King Whopper with 1000 Slices of Cheese

The first question that comes to mind when viewing this Whopper with 1000 slices of American cheese is, why? Well, it’s because Burger King tells you that you can “Have it your way,” and the internet needs material. Already responsible for a Whopper with 1050 strips of bacon, Mr. Sato is happy to abide.

We’re not sure what Sato’s beef with BK is, or if he just reaaaally likes bacon and cheese. Either way, a video of the event can be seen below.

[via Incredible Things]