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]

Awesome Mom Creates Daily Art on Her Kids’ Lunch Bags


Going to school is hard… especially if you brown bag it every day. Mother of two Christy Kilgore knows this, and makes sure to create a daily work of art on her kids’ lunch bags to help brighten up their day.

Christy also makes sure to occasionally include an inspiring message along with each illustration. Remember, school, hard.






[link, via Geeks Are Sexy]

Cake In A Can Is Here To Help


Cake In A Can follows an ongoing and proud tradition of foods in a tin. This time we’re treated to instant dessert.

Especially handy for when you forget someone’s birthday — again — you’re now just a little added water away from a very convenient celebration. Available in Chocolate, Birthday Cake, Coffee Cake and Christmas Cake.

There’s even Wedding Cake In A Can, in case you’re getting married on-the-go, or have an extremely low wedding budget.




[link, via technabob]

Tiny Hamsters Having Tiny Thanksgiving


Hello Denizen is back with their Tiny Hamster series. This time, the adorable rodents are here to give tiny thanks.

A Tiny Hamster Thanksgiving sees a few hamsters and their guest bunny gather around for some small turkey parts and micro-pies. After of which they sit down to watch some gerbil football, until they pass out on tryptophan and merlot.*

*this may or may not have actually happened.


Personalize Your Nutella With Your Name So Nobody Steals It


Now, instead of hiding your Nutella to keep others from eating it, you can personalize it with your name.

Selfridges offers to print any name on a jar of Nutella – whether you’re a John or Mary, or have an uncommon name. You could also get more to the point with a message of “Hands Off!”.

The personalized Nutella jars are no longer available online, but can be ordered over the phone from Selfridges or purchased at their stores.



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