Nicole Wakelin

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The Titans might not have wieners, but you can still enjoy an Attack on Titan hot dog in the theater if you don’t think too much about it. The hot dogs will be on sale at Aeon cinemas in Japan ahead of the movie’s debut. Diners can choose from honey mustard which goes on sale this week or relish and ketchup which comes out in September. Both are ¥550 or about $4.48 and come in Attack on Titan boxes.

See Also: New Attack On Titan Trailer Is Loaded With Maneuver Gear Mayhem

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The Electric Love Potato is the creation of Nathalie Lawhead and she describes it as “… a virtual potato desktop assistant that offers positive reinforcement, serenades you as you work, and creates random potato recipes.”

Alrighty, then.

Unlike other assistants, this one may prove distracting and actually reduce your productivity. From The FAQ:

Q: My potato is beginning to “creep me out”. What can I do? A: If your potato is causing you discomfort simply shake the window. You can do this by mousing over the potato, and grab the draggable bar (part of the window that appears). This will jolt the potato causing it to re-think what it is doing.

You can download it for free from Game Jolt and experience the spud goodness yourself.

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We’ve previously featured Ivan Owen of MechMadnessDesigns for his crazy cereal-eating machine. This time he had a little fun at the expense of the local pizza delivery guy.

Owen and his daughter built air-powered musical stairs with pressure plates and antique organ pipes. They look just like normal stairs, but when you step on them it’s a musical medley that caught the delivery guy by surprise.

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This wonderful mashup cake by Little Cherry Cake Company has Mario characters standing in for everyone in The Nightmare Before Christmas. There’s Jack and Sally as Mario and Peach, Oogie Boogie as Yoshi, Lock Shock and Barrel as Shy Guys, Boo Ghosts, Zero, Dry Bones, Yoshi eggs and Tim Burton style-Piranha plants all beautifully rendered. It’s a cake made in gamer heaven, or is that gamer Halloween?

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You’ll have much more fun eating your food when you use these Dragon Age: Inquisition chopsticks by AmmnraCreations. The removable handles are 3D printed and then hand-painted before being attached to the stainless steel blades.

Plus, they double as hair sticks.

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This kit from Japan will let you create the cutest little kitty rice balls for your lunch. It also comes with cutters so you can make whiskers and eyes from sheets of seaweed.

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Topping areas are limited on a traditional pizza, but one brilliant man in Pitea, Sweden has come up with a solution. Halmat Givara has created the “Vulkan” which you can buy at the Nya Gul & Bla pizzeria. It has little pods with pepperoni, steak bacon, and even french fries. The topping choices are up to you so you can make everyone happy for about £9 or $15.

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Shaped watermelons are popular in Asia, and the trend seems to have carried over to bread. Apparently, the idea is that children would be compelled to eat more bread during the summer months if it looks like a refreshing watermelon.

It might look like a watermelon, but it won’t taste like one. The color comes from green tea, strawberry, and bamboo charcoal.

According to Pouch, credit for this confusing baked good goes to Jimmy’s Bakery in Taiwan.

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These Star Wars tumblers and water bottles are as functional as they are fun. The water bottles look like lightsaber hilts while the tumblers are made to look like R2-D2, C-3PO, or a Stormtrooper.

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Behold the work of Oak Lawn, Illinois baker Timmy Hanno aka archiehemmingway who made these Alien-themed treats as gifts for his girlfriend. It included both a raspberry-filled facehugger fritter and a raspberry-filled xenomorph head. Nothing says true love like deadly alien donuts.

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