Geek Girl Diva

kaiju cake

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My belief that TeeFury is looking to take over the world is slowly coming to fruition. First t-shirts, then shoes, and now? Coffee mugs.

And not just any old mugs –– but mugs about our incessant need/craving/desire for all things hot and caffeinated.

The mugs are part of their “Caff-Fiends Collection” and, so far, the designs are pretty awesome. The mugs also include matching shirts.

Check out more designs after the break.

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Cap'n Crunch Delights

The people who design the dessert menu at Taco Bell must be tapped into the 2 am collective munchiness because they consistently come up with some of the most insane but delicious ideas ever.

Continuing their tradition of desserts that make you want to make a run for the border, they’re introducing Cap’n Crunch Delights—which are basically fried cereal balls stuffed with “sweet cereal milk” icing.

Taco Bell is currently testing them at select Bakersfield, CA locations, but if they test well, they’ll be rolling them out nationwide.

We’re pretty sure that they’ll pass that test with flying colors.

(NRN via Eater)


Here’s a great ensemble for those of you who like your space ladies more on the cheesy/sexy side.

In fact, we found two aprons from two different Etsy sellers with the same Alexander Henry fabric print. A full apron by Caroline Perez Designs and a half apron and oven mitts by Out Of Our Mind.

What is it they say about great minds thinking alike?

Head after the break to see more pictures.

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rainbow heart cookies

After watching the video on the making of these Rainbow Heart Cookies by Eugenie Kitchen, I’m both mesmerized and convinced that I’ll never have the patience to cook them. That said, I love that people put this kind of time and dedication into cooking something whimsical.

Head after the break to see how it’s done.

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I have no idea why these awesome Batmobile and Millennium Falcon mint cases (with sound) needed to be made, but I guess there’s a mint needing nerd demographic out there and these fit the bill for that very niche market.

Then again, they’re actually called “Crazy Cases” and are made by Bandai, who also made these epic DeLorean and Batmobile iPhone cases.

Now that I think about it, you could put other things in them besides mints. I would have loved to see Morpheus whip one of these out for the pill challenge.

Go down the rabbit hole and watch the promotional videos after the break. You life will never be the same.

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richard iii cake

Richard III cake by Conjuror’s Kitchen.

(via Miss Cakehead)

3d printed hummus

If you’re a fan of hummus, then you already know it’s delicious, nutritious, and a favorite at any gathering. But it can be a little…boring when it comes to presentation.

3DigitalCooks has changed all that.

By using patterns, some icing colors, and a Pinya food printer, he was able to create multi-colored 3D hummus sculptures. Is that important? Shut up brain. Just go with it.

It’s also pretty cool to watch being made. Check out the video after the break to see what I mean.

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write the fing book

We’ve all procrastinated at times and it’s easy to get distracted or even sidetrack yourself deliberately. Let’s face it, art and expression can be a lot of work. Still, we all need to find ways to remind ourselves to get back to the job at hand.

That’s where these “motivational” mugs come in handy. Not only will they hold whatever caffeinated beverage you hold dear, but they’ll flat out tell you to f*cking get on with your creative process.

They come in a full swearing version and a more PG version, but they all make themselves perfectly clear.

Maybe someone should send one of these to George R.R. Martin.

Product Page ($24 – $38 via Twitter)

breakfast food heaven

(via Stephanie Cooke)