Jonathan Fallon


Brody Berson put his engineering skills to work bettering the human condition by hacking an Amazon Dash button so it will order pizza from Domino’s whenever it’s pressed.

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The effort was reportedly accomplished by reprogramming a Dash button that had been disconnected from his Amazon account with a specific order and an API that could send payment information to a pizza delivery service.

The job took about 10 minutes to pull off, plus another 30 for delivery, and is demonstrated in the video after the jump.

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Portland, Oregon-based Münkstein is bringing their vision for modern beer steins to fruition with a new Cthulhu series emblazoned with graphics by world-renowned artist Skinner.

The steins are available with either a dynamic “waterwash” glaze high relief or a low relief screen printed finish. They are each available as an mug and a limited edition stein with lid.

The 1 liter vessels are available for $40 (mug) and $70 (stein) and will require several months for shipment – although Münkstein thinks it will be worth the wait. Based on these images, we would have to agree.

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A squirrel in NYC recently raided a trashcan and got away with the remains of a Shake Shack milkshake, making quick work of the straw and immediately seeking refuge behind a fence.

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The squirrel’s all-out devouring of the shake was done without regard for stickiness, or the crowd who filmed the event like it was the greatest thing that ever occurred in the history of the world.

Check it out after the jump.

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As you probably know, Japan is the home to a number of bizarre yet intriguing Kit Kat concoctions. Now a coffeehouse called “Pronto” has endeavored to take things to the next level by offering Kit Kat croissants.

The two offerings currently available include milk chocolate and matcha green tea-flavored Kit Kats in the center of a baked croissant. The flavors have been described as “a great contrast to the bitterness of a cup of coffee”. It can also be heated to get it all melty up in there.

Both examples are priced at 170 yen (US$1.40) and are reportedly available at all Pronto location from 7 am to 5:30 pm. However, they will only be around for a limited time.

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This Goat Coffee Mug will make it look like you’re drinking out of an 18th century powder horn like some sort of tweaked out badass.

The Slovenian design agency behind the design has created the mug to be 100% leak proof, dishwasher safe and capable of keeping your beverage warm for two hours. It’s also made from eco-friendly materials, features a faux leather cross-body strap and carries a sleeve that doubles as a stand for propping the mug up.

Beyond that, it’s described as a way to add “freakin’ style to your coffee drinking.”

Product Page: ($38.19)


These Takeaway Marshmallow Pizzas looks like typical margherita, pepperoni, Hawaiian or vegetarian pizzas, but are in reality vanilla flavored marshmallows.

Available in 8″ or 12″ sizes, the products also arrive in a pizza box to help enhance the illusion and confuse your taste buds. Customers can even add an optional, personalized message on the inside of the lid.

Giant pizza s’mores anyone?

Product Page: ($20)


If you find yourself eternally irked by uneven pizza slice sizes, or continually bickering over who gets the biggest one, you need the pizza protractor.

The protractor features a guide to measure out either six or eight perfectly-proportioned slices as well as a cutting blade – all in a one-piece, easy to clean device.

The pizza protractor is currently available for pre-order, although a release date hasn’t yet been announced.

Product Page: (£12.99, or about $20)


Realizing that fall flavors need to consist of more than just Pumpkin Spice, Starbucks has launched a new Toasted Graham Latte. The beverage, which is described as being “reminiscent of favorite fall memories… inspired by the nostalgic flavor of milk left behind in the cereal bowl,” and “graham crackers and milk all grown up” is a basic latte enhanced with a cracker-and-sweet cream base and a topping of cinnamon graham crackers.

It even comes in a whimsical new fall-themed cup design.

The Toasted Graham Latte (or TGL) is now available across the U.S. and Canada and can also be ordered on the company’s new mobile order and pay ahead platform.

(via Eater)


NYC comedian Matt Little probably didn’t know how much he was about to affect the Internet when he posted video of a rat trying abscond with a slice of pizza in the subway. However, after millions of views and a newly christened “Pizza Rat” meme, he surely realizes that it was a great career move.

The rat on the other hand is completely unaware of its newfound fame, and wasn’t even able to make his getaway with the slice.

Check it out after the jump.

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Thanks to you are about to know what your body will go through during the hour after consuming a Bic Mac.

If you think your body will run like a well-greased machine, you will be sorely disappointed.

(via Sploid)