The Erlenmeyer Vacuum Flask Shaker Set Will Help You Experiment With Booze

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The science of booze can be a confusing one. The alcohol to mixer ratio must be precise, or it could easily ruin your party.

The Erlenmeyer Vacuum Flask Shaker Set is here to help with your booze experiments. The beautifully-designed shaker and shot glasses are actually made from scientifically-tempered glass, so it’s the real deal. Just try not to blow the place up.

Check it out here.

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[link, via Incredible Things]

The Fruity Pebbles Ice Cream Cone

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Fruity Pebbles is a nostalgic cereal that adds some color to breakfast. But, let’s be honest, it too easily becomes a soggy mess and, at the end of the day, is nothing but shameless promotion for The Flintstones.

Nick from Dude Foods wants to bring the multi-colored cereal to its former glory, with the Fruity Pebbles Ice Cream Cone. The rainbow carrying vessel is very festive. Just don’t let the ice cream melt too much, or you’ll have a soggy rainbow in your hand.

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A Short Film Series That Imagines What The Last Meals of Famous People Might’ve Looked Like

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The last meals of famous death row inmates is well-documented. But what was the last thing ingested by deceased celebrities and historical figures?

Filmmaker Gus Filgate created Last Supper to help us find out. The short film series takes us on a wild ride of food preparation and trippy soundtracks, while trying to imagine the last meals of famous people.

So far, we’ve seen Julius Caesar’s assumed last meal of mussels, shrimp and mutton, Jimi Hendrix’s tuna sandwich, and Napoleon’s steak and eggs. You can follow the ongoing series here.

[link, via Food and Wine]

‘Agency Scoops’ Imagines If Ad Agencies Were Ice Cream Flavors

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Want a taste of advertising? Agency Scoops is a fun Tumblr project that imagines some of the best ad agencies in the world as ice cream flavors.

The pints were created to represent companies such as Ogilvy, BBDO, 360i, and McCann. The branding for each carton is inspired by a few of the agencies’ most recognizable brands. Just hand me a pint of BBDO and a spoon.

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Cotton Candy French Fries Exist

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If you love carnivals, and like some fluffy with your salty and sweet, you might consider a plate of Cotton Candy Fries.

Brought to us by alternative fries-specialist, Sticky’s Finger Joint in NYC, the french fries are indeed topped with sugary colorful cotton candy.

Just to make sure that the snack hits every zone on your palate, it’s also topped with caramel sauce and strawberry Pop Rocks. Salty, sweet, fluffy and fizzy… all the flavor profiles are covered.

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[link, via Thrillist]