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Actor Chris Pratt had some fun promoting his upcoming appearance in GQ (along with Fireball Whiskey) by giving us all an acting lesson, while hilariously drunk. Apparently, whiskey (Fireball only) is what it takes to help you truly understand the imminent threat of being eaten alive by a dinosaur.

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You’ll soon be able to drink Heisenberg-style you’re in London. A pop-up bar called ABQ after Albuquerque, will be offering adult beverages in an RV like the one Walter and Jesse used for their operation in the early days. It’ll cost £30 (about $47), to “cook” up two custom drinks with the bar’s expert mixologists.

Most of them will be blue I’m guessing.

Up to 22 people at a time will be able to customize a drink, but there’s already a long waiting list. There are over 18,000 guests who have already signed up for their chance when the bar is open starting in July through August.

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Instructables user SFHandyman created a great tutorial for making gummy Lego bricks. He even included instructions on how to make a mold for the candies. Grant Thompson, The King of Random, used those instructions to make some gummies and then created a video of the process that you can check out after the break.

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It’s easy to embrace all things Disney when you’re a kid, but there are fewer opportunities once you’re all grown-up. These beer labels let you channel your inner child while you kick back with your favorite adult beverage. There are 12 different labels and they’re all available as free printables. Each label is a nod to a different film or character so you can have fun with names like Looking Glass Lager, No Strings Attached Liars Lager, and Beer Necessities.

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Fried food is tasty and it can be fun when it’s done in interesting shapes, but not every shape is a good idea. What you’re looking at here are pork cutlets shaped like Pikachu. They are sold in street stalls in Korea, ready to eat, and can even be ordered in jumbo packs to eat at home. Some people think they’re cute, but others are a bit bothered by the idea of biting off Pikachu’s head. Hey, kids do it to chocolate rabbits every Easter so Pikachu should be fair game.

Product Page (9000 won or $8.20 Gogo Tsushin via Rocket News 24)

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You could grab a handful of pasta and guess if it’s the right amount, or you could use this T-Rex pasta measuring tool as a guide. The T-Rex is the largest helping which measures out enough pasta for four. The man, woman, and child are for smaller appetites and hopefully won’t get eaten by T-Rex when you put this back in a drawer.

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Ecole Cantonale d’Art de Lausanne student Anne-Sophie Bazard created a short film called Eat Me. It features people eating with a pair of chopsticks that have a GoPro camera attached to one end. The idea was to showcase Chinese cuisine and the many ways you can use a pair of chopsticks to deliver tasty Chinese treats to your mouth.

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You can wear all your favorite junk foods with this whimsical ‘Good Enough To Eat’ dress. It’s made from 100% cotton and has all your favorites from hamburgers to cupcakes to popcorn. You’ll look great and make everyone crave a snack.

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Bloodsport, the 1988 martial arts film starring Jean-Claude Van Damme, just happens to include a scene that works as a Mentos ad. It works so perfectly in fact, that Redditor Soperypear wonders whether or not the actual commercials could have been based on it.

See the video after the break and decide for yourself.

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7-Eleven is where we all normally head for a snack and a giant drink, but in Japan it’s also where wealthy Attack on Titan fans can go to buy $14,000 statues of their favorite characters. The chain is offering just ten Levi Ackermans and ten Eren Yeagers as individually numbered statues.

They’re life-size with Eren standing 5.64′ tall and Levi coming in at 5.3′ tall.

You can’t just walk in and buy one however. As with similar Evangelion-themed 7-Eleven promotions in the past, interested parties will have to apply through a lottery that opens on May 22nd. Those selected in the lottery will have the chance to buy the statues. Yes, you have to enter a lottery to pay $14K to buy these things.

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