Mountain Dew is getting new additions to the lineup in the form of Spiked Lemonade and Black / Green / White Label variants. Based on the marketing, one would think that these drinks involve alcohol—but that is not the case. What they’re “spiked” with is a “shot” of “prickly” pear juice. The association with alcohol is clearly implied, but what underage kids choose to mix or not mix in these is none of PepsiCo’s business apparently. [click to continue…]

That is how badly you needed coffee. Took that Terminator’s hand right off. Turns out the mug was filled with this, which explains a lot.

The Terminator: Hand-a La Vista Mug ($22.99)

What the hell is a Razer Chroma-powered Mug Holder you ask? Basically, it’s a very unnecessary coaster that some of you might find confusingly desirable. The longer explanation goes something like this: [click to continue…]

Admit it, you’re already sold on these tiki mugs (I really want that Deadpool version). You just need to know where to throw your money. [click to continue…]

If you like your unicorn mugs cute rather than snarky or intense, Elodie is the unicorn mug for you. It is the perfect vessel for this. [click to continue…]

This year is an important one for Harry Potter fans: it’s the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and the 10th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. In commemoration of these milestones, Llety Cynin—a family operated bed and breakfast in South Wales—has recently created a fun Harry Potter-themed tea service. [click to continue…]

You get yourself a lathe goddammit. Get some wood, fire that thing up and carve yourself some LOTR goblets like the ones made by imgur user TheHarlequinLady. No toasters, no serving sets. Lathe. Something nerdy on a lathe—that’s the only way to do this properly.

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A 16-year old high school student named Brian in Virginia decided to start matching the color of his shirts to his drinks “as a joke”. His classmate Chloe picked up on said joke and began documenting his outfits and, naturally, the resulting Twitter post went viral.

Unfortunately, he started this trend after Ecto Cooler went out of production for the second time. Now that would have been one hell of an outfit.

Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


If you liked unicorn cake and unicorn toast, you’ll love what Joanna Czikalla—owner of the Anaheim, California-based Crème and Sugar coffee and dessert parlor—has done with hot chocolate. The tasty concoction features a cornucopia of rainbow marshmallows, sprinkles, and white hot chocolate that’s been dyed pink. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


Christian Rivera, an art director with Youpanqui BBDO in Lima, Peru, came up with this eye-catching concept for a collection of Star Wars-themed cups, titled “Drink the Force.” The design features popular LEGO minifig Star Wars heroes and villains wielding lightsabers that, from the right perspective, become the cup’s straw.

It’s a clever idea that, quite frankly, I’m surprised McDonald’s hasn’t already done. Check out an additional example below. [click to continue…]