Pringles Holiday Flavors Are Out Just In Time To Ruin Christmas

pringles-holidayPringles, the potato-like chips that we eat by the cylinder, are being released in a few new holiday flavors to help celebrate or ruin Christmas… depending on how you feel about these.

The chip cans that you’ll be getting your hand stuck in this year… Milk Chocolate Covered Chips, Cinnamon & Sugar, Pecan Pie, Cinnamon Sugar Tortillas, and White Chocolate. Try to have a Merry Christmas.

[via People]

Christmas Tree-Shaped Doritos Exist


Doritos, which are traditionally triangle or large crumb-shaped, just aren’t Christmas-y enough. Luckily, Japan is on the case, and will be releasing a Christmas tree-shaped version of the corn chip.

Officially-titled Doritos Rock’n White Corn Cream Stew, the chips will not only be colored green, but are also corn soup-flavored for some reason. The chips will be released only in Japan on November 17th.

[via First We Feast]

Holiday Horror, Fangoria Magazine’s Ad Campaign Featuring Gingerbread Men Death


To help get into the Christmas spirit, or to help encourage your disdain for the holiday, ad agency Zulu Alpha Kilo created an ad campaign “featuring cute gingerbread men doing horrible things to one another.”

The series was created as a holiday promotion for horror magazine Fangoria, and includes “Death by Cheese Grater,” Death by Rolling Pin,” and “Death by Toaster.” What, no death by Ninja attack?



[link, via Laughing Squid]

The Fruitcake Cocktail Will Help Get You Into The Christmas Spirit


It’s Christmas time, and fruitcakes are inevitable. Since booze makes everything better — especially Christmas and fruitcake — let’s enjoy this holiday staple in drink form.

Brought to us by Instructables member, AngryRedhead, the Fruitcake Cocktail is a fun concoction that will certainly help take the edge off during any mandatory family time.

The recipe includes a mix of Frangelico, Brandy, Wedding Cake Vodka, Amaretto, and a few other liquors you might have laying around the house. So, get mixin’ and happy holidays.


Santa Claus Meatloaf


Ho, ho… Oh no!! The Santa Claus Meatloaf is brought to us by Chef Charles Phoenix. Complete with meat face, ketchup hat, and mashed potato beard — it’s the perfect recipe you can try out to help ruin Christmas for everyone.

Especially the kids, who were going to stay up late waiting for this scary meat guy to come sliding down their chimney.

[link, via Incredible Things]