Just in time for Halloween and the release of Ghostbusters on Blu-ray and DVD comes a whole bunch of official recipes that use the neon green goodness of Hi-C Ecto Cooler as a main ingredient. We’re talking everything from cocktails to ice cream cake to slime-style fondue. Take a look at some pictures of these creations below. [click to continue…]


Watch in awe as Chris Soria of @maniacpumpkins turns an ordinary pumpkin into a kick ass Loki as part of an official Halloween collaboration with Marvel. [click to continue…]


YouTuber Parry Gripp has released yet another catchy song about food—and this time it’s all about the mighty breakfast burrito.

The video is a declaration of eternal love that features a dancing, arm and eyeball-equipped animated burrito. There’s even an hour long version for those of you who are curious about exploring the limits of your sanity. You can check out both versions below. [click to continue…]


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Mark from Victoria, Australia appears to love the challenge of a claw machine but doesn’t find cheap toys appealing as prizes. His solution? The Beer Claw Machine.

The one-off device was created using a typical claw machine, and allows users to liberate beer via an airlift rescue operation. However, there are still some bugs to work out, not the least of which is figuring out how to handle the cans so they won’t explode when opened. See the machine in action below. [click to continue…]


The Girl Scouts are continuing to wage war on your diet with a brand new weapon—cereal. This comes after announcing s’mores flavored cookies for 2017 along with branching out into baking mixes and cookie ovens.

General Mills will be releasing Thin Mint and Caramel Crunch flavors starting this January. The Instagram account @candyhunting first reported the news with images of the packaging. Check out the Caramel Crunch flavor below. [click to continue…]


Christian Rivera, an art director with Youpanqui BBDO in Lima, Peru, came up with this eye-catching concept for a collection of Star Wars-themed cups, titled “Drink the Force.” The design features popular LEGO minifig Star Wars heroes and villains wielding lightsabers that, from the right perspective, become the cup’s straw.

It’s a clever idea that, quite frankly, I’m surprised McDonald’s hasn’t already done. Check out an additional example below. [click to continue…]


Poor bastard just spontaneously combusted. Done in by his own inner flame. Tragic. What’s his name again? Anyway, So-and-So will be missed. Now, there isn’t much to eat around here, and ordinarily I frown upon cannibalism, but we shouldn’t let a good toasted pumpkin go to waste. Good ol’ So-and-So would have wanted it that way. [click to continue…]


The Star Wars Rogue One Death Star Popcorn Maker is fully operational and ready to prepare popcorn for movie night. The design is actually kind of brilliant—the top doubles as a serving bowl.

It’s yet another appliance that you can buy to completely Star Wars out your kitchen. At this point we have waffle makers, toasters, immersion blenders and even refrigerators.

Star Wars Rogue One Death Star Popcorn Maker ($49.99)


There’s a whole new way to enjoy Skittles, and it involves painting the rainbow rather than tasting it.

As YouTuber “DEXTER SEE” demonstrates, the candies emit a trail of color when they encounter hot water. For this specific experiment, Dexter states that colors “should be in repeated order, preferably according to colours of the rainbow e.g. purple, green, yellow, orange, red”.

Watch the video below. [click to continue…]