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From the moment I first saw Big Hero 6’s Baymax, I knew he was made to be turned into adorable edibles. The latest dessert to feature the inflatable robot is from Nerdache Cakes: Baymax cake pops! I want to hug them before eating them. Ant goes through the step-by-step for making the treats, and it doesn’t seem too difficult. Well, at least the version without armor doesn’t.

Watch the how-to after the break.

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Gil Scout cookies are one of the most addictive substances on Earth, and now they’ve been turned into delicious shots. Trefoils, Samoas, Dosisdos, and Thin Mints have all gotten boozy in these recipes that sound pretty darn good. It’s still months before any of us will get our cookies, so this ought to make the time pass a little more quickly.

Check out the video after the break for the full recipes.

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Gabriel Harris was arrested in New Smyrna Beach, Florida after having one too many and then attempting to order at a Taco Bell drive-through at 3AM. The restaurant was closing and he refused to leave so the police were called. They happened to notice a Swiss Army knife hanging from a belt loop which concerned the responding officer who then tried to take the knife away. Harris wouldn’t let him and is now facing a charge of resisting arrest with violence.

Aw, someone get this guy a taco.

(via Mashable)

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Nothing makes teatime feel fancy like an intricately painted tea cup made from china. It hits a magical level when that tea cup is inspired by Sailor Moon. This matching tea cup and saucer set from Premium Bandai and Noritake is made from fine bone china and features a Sailor Scout bow, symbol, and Sailor Moon’s name written in script.

The only uncool thing about this beautiful set that will be out in April is that it’s tricky to order if you live outside of Japan.

Take a closer look at the cup and saucer after the break.

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The Buffalo, New York area got dumped on by Mother Nature with 6-feet of snow that pretty much brought life to a standstill. There are abandoned cars and trucks all over the place, including one Doritos truck that some residents decided was an open invitation. They broke into the truck and helped themselves to a snack. We love Doritos, too, but stealing them in a snowstorm?

See the tweet and a Facebook gallery after the break.

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Pizza made with Rice Krispie Treat crust? Sure, why not—there aren’t any rules when it comes to making food anymore. It was created by John Farrier for his ongoing food series over at Neatorama called, Don’t Eat That, John!

If you’d like to learn more about how this delicious dish was made, head on over to Neatorama.

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Homer Simpson has had a lifelong love of junk food so this statue version of the character made of nothing but junk food makes perfect sense. He was built as part of a series called Fast Food Formations by Mandatory.com and he looks delicious. There is licorice, gummy bears, cotton candy, marshmallows, and of course, lots of donuts. Mmmm, donuts…

See time-lapse video of his construction after the break.

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Avengers assemble! This tasty looking Avengers cake was whipped by With Love and Confection. The details, as you can see, are pretty astounding. I love Captain America’s shield and Thor’s helmet, and the bricks flying in the air–coupled with the Hulk’s massive green fist–are a nice touch.

Check out some more cake pics after the break…

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Now you can make mini Infinity Gauntlets for any occasion with this handy-dandy silicone tray. Ice cubes, chocolates, jello shots – if you can mold it and eat it, you can rule the Universe.

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You may be familiar with the Handpresso, but it looks like a Hong Kong startup called Wacaco, has developed an even smaller, pocket-sized espresso maker called the Minipresso.

It uses a cylindrical system that features a scoop for measuring and tamping coffee grounds, a tiny serving cup and a small built-in thermos for holding hot water. A small hand pump is used to cycle water through the grounds.

Watch the Minipresso in action after the break…

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