If you’re a zombie than obviously you noms brains. But if you’re still human, then why not eat food right out of this brain bowl? Etsy shop owner KatBones makes these hilarious non-toxic ceramic bowls which are dishwasher, oven, and microwave safe. And check out her listing of “materials”:

Materials: fingers, Matter, glaze, saliva, ceramics, clay, pottery clay

Just look at those wonderful memory wrinkles. These bowls perfect for Halloween, a Walking Dead party or achieving maximum weirdness when eating your cereal.

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If you recall that horrible commercial where stereotypical ’90s kids show extreme, radical enthusiasm for Sunny Delight, you’ll be happy to know that the company decided to revisit the concept with a 2015 update. As you’ll see after the jump, everyone’s older and the drink has a shorter name, but everything else is basically the same… the pastimes, the dependence on Mom – even the unidentifiable purple crap is still hanging out in the fridge.

Check out the original and the update after the jump.

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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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Despite the obvious discomfort that Napo feels after receiving said brain freeze, the kitty doesn’t even hesitate to dig back into that frozen treat.

Napo is just like all of us.

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(via Tosh.O)

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Ralph, Tails, George and Oz are tortoises. Generally speaking, a tortoise’s diet consists mainly of leafy greens. So, when these tiny tortoises came across some tiny pancakes in this latest Buzzfeed video, they were a bit confused. One of them even looked down right daunted. But, thankfully, the video has a happy ending, as all the tortoises realized that pancakes are, in fact, quite tasty.

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These days, restaurants are trying to outdo each other with the craziest burger concoctions. Etsy shop owners Sunshine Sisters have jumped in the game with burger bags that can be topped with books and laptops. The bun is padded for extra protection and the inside is made from water-resistant fabric. And it actually holds quite a bit of stuff since it’s 13″ across (in all directions) with an inner compartment that’s 5 1/2″ deep.

Too bad it doesn’t come with fries. But it does come in an equally delicious-looking backpack version.

Check out more pics and the cheeseburger backpack after the break.

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This father-daughter project has resulted in the craziest, most ineffective way to eat cereal. It was built by Ivan Owen and his daughter to make the arduous task of shoveling cereal into your mouth a little easier. It’s also a little messier and much funnier.

See the video after the break.

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For the past 17 years, astronomers at the Parkes Observatory in New South Wales, Australia were baffled by mysterious radio signals that would appear once or twice a year. The signals were known as Perytons (PDF), which are described as “millisecond-duration transients of terrestrial origin.” Scientists believed that lightning strikes and other atmospheric activity was the culprit.

Turns out it was the friggin’ lunch room microwave.

A recently upgraded receiver detected strong signals at 2.4 GHz within five kilometers of the telescope. They conculded that the interference only occurred when staffers opened the microwave door while their food was still heating.

In order to combat the ever increasing levels of digital noise, a new telescope named the Australian Square Kilometer Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) is currently being built in a much more remote area. It will be completely free of radio signals, Wi-Fi and cellphone coverage. I guess staff will have to do with PB&Js from now on.

(The Guardian via The Verge / Image by Sean Fallon – That’s Nerdalicious)


True story – I once fell asleep under a pile of half eaten take-out pizza in my hotel room. You know what’s way better and less greasy to fall asleep under? These amazing food-themed duvet covers from Rage On. They have a ton of designs with pictures of all the favs like burgers, fries, cupcakes, donuts and…Fruity Pebbles? And then the store gets even more out of control with pickles and cats double-fisting pizza and tacos. I’m serious!

Oh and pancakes. MMMmmmmmmm. See more designs after the break…

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