twizzler prank

You know they’ll get baked later and Micah here will have the last laugh.

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Back to school supplies started popping up in stores a few weeks ago. Halloween candy is on shelves in at least one Walgreens. The creep is out of control.

Jill Cataldo writes:

“I asked my husband to grab a newspaper so I could photograph this, thinking no one would possibly believe these photos were taken today without date proof,”

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Update my Facebook profile now, because I am having a serious relationship with these milkshakes. Canberra, Australia-based café, Pâtissez is responsible for the milkshake to end all other milkshakes, and it is aptly named The Freakshow.

These dangerous looking desserts take the traditional recipe of milk and ice cream and stuff syrup, whipped cream, candy, pieces of cake, and your wildest dreams into a mason jar and then hand you a spoon. They’re as big as your head.

Yes. Please.

Aside from these gigantic sugar-rush drinks, Pâtissez creates a wonderful array of whimsical cakes. Check out more mouth watering pics after the break…

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To honor the character known as Kirimi-chan, whose head is a giant piece of salmon, Japanese companies Pucco and Sanrio teamed up to create salted-salmon chewy candy. The limited edition offering features a gray color to mimic salmon skin and the addition of salmon flakes to its center. But rather than acting as a ipecac, the candy has been described as having an orange flavor and only “hints of fish”, while others described it as sweet and mild.

Whatever the case, most purchases will most likely be the result of curiosity rather than any sort of appetizing appeal.

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Australian YouTuber “The Simple Cooking Channel” has taken to the net to teach us all how to make a Rainbow Piñata Cake that is stuffed, and topped, with gummy bears. The process is described as surprisingly easy, requiring only cake mix, food coloring, frosting, and mounds of gummy bears.

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starbust smores

I hate to use the tired old line, but I think we’ve been eating Starbursts all wrong. It turns out we should have been roasting them all along. You can even make s’mores with Starbursts!

See the roasted, gooey, Starbursty-ness after the break.

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Pizza is good. Dessert is good. Combining the two is great! It’s not delivery, it’s gummy:

Every ingredient that makes up this sweet pie is a unique gummy flavor, starting with the crust (orange) and cheese (berry blast), all the way to the toppings of pepperoni (cherry), green peppers (apple), and yellow peppers (lemon).

Each pizza measures 8″ in diameter and comes in a traditional pizza box.

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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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As part of an ongoing partnership between Google and Nestle, 600,000 KitKat wrappers in the UK will be rebranded as “YouTube Break”. As part of the promotion, Nestle will sponsor YouTube’s trending videos on UK mobile devices, repeatedly displaying the candy on smartphone screens. In addition, users can gain access to the day’s top-performing clips by utilizing their phone’s voice recognition software to say “YouTube my break”.

Check out the video after the jump for additional info.

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These beautiful, realistic candy animals are from Japanese confectioner Shinri Tezuka of Ameshin. The shop, found in the Asakusa district of Tokyo, uses a 1300-year-old art called Amezaiku that involves mixing sugar, water, cornstarch and organic coloring for sculpting candy. According to Tezuka:

(translated) Retention of candy crafted a traditional technology of Japan, and aims to further develop stand-up candy goldsmiths population, it is “candy crafted Ameshin”. And holding a workshop store in Tokyo’s Asakusa, manufacture and sale of candy craft, production demonstration, made-to-order production, we do hold, etc. of experience classroom. In addition, across the country of the event, also business trip production demonstrations and business trip experience classroom such as at a party, etc.

They’re really too pretty to eat!

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