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KFC Canada is celebrating their 60th anniversary by releasing a special version of their chicken bucket (dubbed “The Memories Bucket”) that is also a photo printer. Ordinarily, I would say that’s weird but:

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Exhibit B

It connects to your phone via Bluetooth so you can just beam the photos to the bucket and print out some very greasy memories of that time you ate at KFC and felt really gross and bloated.

Want one? Of course you do. Unfortunately, KFC notes that The Memories Bucket will be given away as a limited release.

Head on over to the KFC Canada Facebook page for more info and a video.

(via BuzzFeed)

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Danny DeVito proved himself to be an inflatable flip cup champion on a recent episode of The Tonight Show. Looks like all of the time he’s spent in Paddy’s Pub is paying off.

See the video after the break.

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We first saw this beautiful Disney princess three years ago when she accidentally Taco Belled. Since then, her Taco Belle has become legit thanks to this dress.

“The tacos are hand-painted card stock, tissue paper, and felt. The flowers and, uh, ‘ruffle things’ are made from [unused] Taco Bell wrappers. “

She looks elegant and now I look starving.

(via avantgeekart)

antacid disco

Here we see International Space Station crew member Terry Virts trapping antacid in a water bubble which turns it into a bubbly disco ball of science. The dissolving tablet grows tiny bubbles that are constantly moving and changing..and totally funky.

NASA used the experiment to test out new video equipment that’s capable of shooting in up to 6K. The camera captured tiny little bubbles expelled from the effervescent ball with incredible detail. NASA plans to use the new camera to broadcast videos from the ISS as well as document continued lab experiments.

Check out the memorizing video after the break.

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Phillip Figueroa loves pizza and Star Wars so he made this Domino’s pizza box stormtrooper armor for a fashion show. Then Domino’s caught wind of it. According to their press release:

“When I saw the artwork on Instagram, I knew we had to have it,” said Amanda Platt, Domino’s spokesperson. “It’s not everyday you see our brand combined with one of Hollywood’s most iconic series. We’re very excited to display this expression of Domino’s fandom at our headquarters.”

See Also: I Guess Beer Companies Aren’t Star Wars Fans Like Domino’s ‘Cause These Guys Didn’t Get Squat

Figueroa is very happy that he was able to create a piece of artwork that blends two huge franchises and puts the spotlight on recycling. It will be on display at Domino’s World Resource Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

(via Comic Book Resources)

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I’m deaf now but at least I’m not hungry!

This Chevy Tahoe has four 18-inch subwoofers that produce 30,000 watts of chip-destroying bass. What were once bags of potato chips and Doritos are now nothing but little bits of chip confetti.

See the video after the break.

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“Congratulations, son, you’re about to be famous.”

While the officer is addressing those words to the perp, I think it’s also true for Lt. Higgins himself. His passion and determination to get whoever it was that robbed Stelly’s Restaurant is palpable. Seriously, this guy is a star:

“The Sheriff likes Stelly’s restaurant. And so do I….We’re going to identify you, arrest you, and put you in a small cell. After that, I’m going to have a cheeseburger here, with fries and a coke…Meanwhile, your next meal with be served through a small hole in a cell door.”

Trust me on this. Watch it after the break.

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tiger sushi roll

Everyone knows that the only thing better than sushi is sushi that looks like a tiger. With that in mind, this uramaki sushi roll is filled with spicy salmon tartare and topped with a special mango agar gel.

If you’d like to try this yourself, Chef Davy Devaux made a video tutorial for you to follow. Having watched it, I can tell you that I’d never be able to make this, but I’d be perfectly happy to eat it!

Check it out after the break.

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The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile travels the roads spreading hot dog joy. However, it isn’t fantastic on rough terrain.

Not so with the Weiner Rover. The RC car is only 43 inches long but it can tackle any obstacle from a sandy beach to a picnic table to a ring of fire. Nothing will stop the Weiner Rover from delivering it’s tasty cargo.

Just don’t expect Oscar Mayer to sell these things anytime soon. Sigh.

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Remember the catloaf? Well, Lou Lou P’s Delights in Leeds, UK is back with a Pugloaf sequel. How anyone could eat that sad little face with a slice of ham and some mustard is a mystery.

(Foodiggity via Neatorama)