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Prom season is here, and you don’t want to present your date with any old corsage. Spice up the traditional flower bracelet with some KFC. The fast food joint has partnered with Nanz & Kraft Florists to offer the limited edition drumstick corsage – only 100 are available.
The corsage kit doesn’t actually come with chicken, just a $5 KFC “gift check” so you choose whether to include Original Recipe, Extra Crispy or Kentucky Grilled Chicken in the corsage with fresh baby’s breath. For $20, I’d say it’s not such a bad deal, and it’s certainly something your prom date will remember forever. And hey, it’d be great to have a snack on hand (literally) during the dance.
Watch KFC’s ad for the chicken corsage after the break.
Listen up, ya scurvy Internet scum. If ye be after sushi the size of a Spanish galleon, then you’ll be needin’ the assistance of Captain Peg Leg Pirate Chopsticks. He be 7 inches tall, and he can help ya snatch up any tasty sea treats of unusual sizes that ya might find. (Yarrr and other assorted pirate noises.) Oh, and remember to get plenty of vitamin C and stay away from anyone named Davy Jones too…yarr.
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YouTuber CrazyRussianHacker demonstrated in his latest how-to video just how crazy he really is. He recorded himself breathing fire using a mouthful of probably disgusting-tasting cornstarch. With his very handy Phantom camera, Crazy Russian was able to capture all of the fiery action in super slow-mo detail, and while he was smart enough to wear safety goggles, we would strongly recommend not trying this out for yourself.
Watch the video after the break…
Earlier this week we posted a picture of the One Donut to rule them all and now we have news of the Fellowship that created the treat. The whole thing is the work of DeviantArtist MirachRavaia who staged this shot which shows the donut on the table and features more than a little magic. Since she is a historical fencer she had plenty of costumes and props, so she wore them all and created her very own Fellowship of the Donut.
Just when you thought it was safe to order take out, Freddie Krueger is hiding in your pizza. You can blame Wilhelm Rodriguez of Papa’s Pizza in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. The talented food artist carves portraits of horror movie icons like Jason and Chucky and recognizable faces like Daryl Dixon into cheese pizzas carved pumpkin style. The art form uses negative space just as much as the cheese, and it’s pretty impressive.
It may surprise you to learn that there is a U.S. Pizza Team, and that Rodriguez is on it. He’s not only good at creating pizza portraits, he can throw around dough like no one’s business.
Check out more of the spooky pizza art after the break along with a video of his dough tossing skills.
Image via Richard Ellis, California Institute of Technology
This delicious spread of Star Wars food was recently featured at the UC Berkeley Astronomy Tea. Credit for the idea goes to Chelsea Harris who is a Berkeley Astrophysics graduate student, a Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellow, and a big Star Wars fan. She got the idea when it occurred to her that the Death Star looks an awful lot like a honeydew melon.
She then went to work making a honeydew melon Death Star with scone asteroids, some chocolate Han Solo in carbonite treats, and an unbelievable sculpted bread Jabba the Hutt. The finishing touch was playing music from soundtrack throughout the event.
See more pictures after the break…
You know what they say about Pringles, “once you pop, you can’t stop.” In this case, if you don’t stop, you can eventually build an Iron Throne! How’s that for incentive? I always prefer eating to win a throne instead of fighting a war.
Pringles shared the image above on Twitter for the season four premiere of Game of Thrones and encouraged followers to say no being hungry. Check out the tweet after the break…