Gimme a break… of that evil goodness. Kill Kat — Milk Chocolate is the not-so-sweet candy bar that could possibly eat you first.
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Slicing fruit may seem mundane. That is unless the process is displayed in stop-motion video, slice by slice, revealing the patterns contained within.
Hidden Patterns Inside Fruits and Vegetables is a mesmerizing video by filmmaker Kevin Parry. Slice by slice, frame by frame, Parry creates a video that’s sure to make the viewer want some fruit — and possibly get hypnotized.
See the patterns get revealed in the video below.
The Shining had some of the scariest moments in cinematic history. One of which was the Overlook Hotel’s carpet choice.
Nonetheless, the carpet pattern is not only iconic, it’s recently been made into a delicious roll cake.
Brought to us by The Homicidal Homemaker, The Shining REDRUM Roll Cake is made with the help of chocolate cake and some food coloring.
Served with an axe, the cake can be enjoyed at any hotel bar or hedge maze. Just remember… all work and no cake makes Jack something something.
Stop using boring transparent tape that isn’t raw fish and seaweed. Sushi Tape is here to hold your stuff together… with style.
Brought to us by Suck UK, the tape is available in a four-pack and ready to adhere to anything. Scotch Tape can’t do that… Actually, it can, it’s just not as cool.
Check it out here.
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You know the cake and voice. Now, everyone’s favorite ice cream alien can be enjoyed in beer-form.
Cookie Puss The Beer is brought to us by a collaboration between Carvel and Captain Lawrence Brewing Company and available in two versions.
First up, Cookie Puss Birthday Beer — a milkshake IPA that pays tribute to Puss’s home planet, Birthday. His green and brogued counterpart, Cookie O’Puss Beer is a chocolate pastry stout. Both beers will be available in limited quantities at Captain Lawrence headquarters in Elmsford, NY, and some distributors along the East Coast.
Of course, no mention of Carvel is complete without a very grainy commercial from the 70s. Enjoy.