Tic Tacs As Vintage Video Games

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Tic Tacs have been around so long, that people were enjoying them when Pac-Man was still fun. To help pay homage to the antiquated technology and breath mint, the Miami Ad School created a series of ads of vintage video games made from Tic Tacs.

From candy Pac-Man and Snake to an Arkanoid board, the ads were probably fun to assemble. Not more fun than actually playing Arkanoid though… those bricks were crazy.

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[via designtaxi]

Ghost Pepper Candy Balls Are Hot

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You’ve tried Red Hots and other forms of “hot” candy. Now it’s time to step it up, nancy.

Ghost Pepper Super Hot Candy Balls are here to help upgrade your hot candy game. The balls are infused with the Bhut Jolokia – which is one of hottest peppers in the world.

So, whether you’d like to play a prank on some candy-grubbers at work, or you’re just into abusing yourself, grab a bag or two and have some milk and bread nearby.

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Breakfast Lollipops, For A Perfectly Lickable Breakfast

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Admit it… You lick your bacon. It’s OK, you’re amongst friends. Now the act of licking breakfast is a bit more appropriate with the Breakfast Lollipop Set.

Included in your new most important meal of the day… 1 Donut Lollipop, 1 Waffle Lollipop, and 2 Strips of Bacon Lollipops. Your coffee? You’ll just have to ingest as normal. But don’t be silly… Dip your lollies in it.

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Candy Crush Nails

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Candy Crush — the game that you probably just looked away from to read this article — is getting creative with advertising.

Apparently, extreme nails are a popular form of advertising in Japan — so Candy Crush recruited a known human billboard named Harutamu, and gave her a candy-laden set of nails.

Although, it doesn’t appear that Candy Crush needs any more advertising than what shows up unwarranted in your Facebook feed. Either way, you can go back to playing now, and thanks for listening.

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[via Rocket News 24]

The Conversation Heart Piñata Cake

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Poor conversation hearts… So iconic, yet so inedible. However, if you stuff a bunch of them inside a giant version made of cake — suddenly they’re pretty awesome.

Brought to us by Beth Jackson from Hungry Happenings, the Conversation Heart Piñata Cake is a giant request to “Be Mine.” And, it’s filled with little hearts that’ll help keep the conversation going all night long. Amirite?

[link, via Neatorama]