The Hairdo Cookie Cutter Creates A Head of Hair That The Eater Styles With Each Bite

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If you know any aspiring hairstylists who enjoy cookies, there’s the Hairdo Cookie Cutter.

The adorable new kitchen tool will form a head with a very unruly block of hair. It’s up to the eater to style it, using their teeth as scissors. Just make sure to tip the shampoo girl (mom).

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[link, via Incredible Things]

Karma Loaf, Cecil The Lion Gets Revenge on The Killer Dentist

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This week, we received the unfortunate news that famed African lion, Cecil, was killed for sport by a self-entitled dickhead dentist.

Karma Loaf, by Lou Lou P’s Delights, at least tries to lighten the mood. Already experts in animal-shaped bread, this loaf has revenge in mind. A severed and edible dentist is included, as a reminder that karma is a delicious bitch.

RIP, Cecil.

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The Pantone Café Is Your Perfect Match

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Hunger has met its match with The Pantone Café. Located on the promenade of the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco, the pop-up café color-codes everything, from the food labels and napkins, to the tables and coffee cups.

Craving a PANTONE 15-5534 Salad, or a PANTONE 19-1111 Black Coffee? The colorful café will be open for business until September 9th, 2015.

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[link, via designtaxi]

A KFC Bucket of Chicken That’s Also A Printer

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We’ve all been there… We’re going to town on a whole bucket o’ chicken, and we’d like to capture this moment for posterity.

The Memories Bucket is here to help. As part of their 60th Anniversary in Canada, KFC has created the bucket printer to capture those fleeting greasy moments.

Chicken-eating historians can take a picture with their smartphones and, via Bluetooth, have a Polaroid-type photo released from the bucket. Please wipe off your hands before handling your photos.

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[link, via designtaxi]