easter bunny jello shots

Easter isn’t really Easter until you slurp vodka-infused Jell-O out of a chocolate bunny head right? Sounds like the beginning of a wholesome new tradition to me.

If you’d like to learn how to make these shots, head on over to Oh Bite It!


Old bottles can be turned in and recycled, but it’s even better if you can upcycle them into something new. Suck UK has developed a rechargeable bottle light that will turn those old bottles into beautiful lamps.

It looks like a regular cork, but with a little white LED light at the bottom to illuminate the lamp. It’ll shine for up to 3 hours before you need to give it a recharge.

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Japan has all sorts of Kit Kat flavors that we don’t get in the United States and a lot of them seem like they would be delicious. This one looks questionable. Apple pie and carrot Kit Kats are a new flavor available in Japan for Easter. These limited edition flavors are collectible and even considered lucky so they are pretty sure to be a hit. This is one flavor that Japan can keep.

See Also: There’s A Kit Kat Sandwich In Japan. Let’s All Fly There

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Finally, the perfect treat for fans of sharks and chocolate. These chocolate Megalodon teeth are cast from actual fossil teeth and come in high quality dark, milk, and white chocolate.

That’s a serious sweet tooth. I’d take it over a chocolate bunny any day.

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Big fan of the Hulk? Then create a little homage to the angry Avenger with this plastic gelatin mold that’s shaped like the Hulk’s noggin. It stands at eight-inches tall, and it’s perfect for making Hulk-shaped Jell-O or chocolate treats.

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Do you know who loves pizza? Slimer. He’s more than happy to help you slice up that big ol’ pizza that you ordered (then steal it all for himself).

Oh, and just remember, Slimer’s a messy eater, so if you share a pie with him, there will be a mess to clean up.

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Ninkasi Brewing Company is releasing a new beer called “Ground Control” that was made with yeast that has traveled to space. The company sent its first batch into the black last July, but it went missing on its way back to Earth.

The second batch made it with six vials completing the trip in October. The beer will be available beginning on April 13th in limited edition 22-ounce bottles. According to Ninkasi Brewing Company:

Ground Control boldly combines local and out-of-this-world ingredients. This rich, complex Imperial Stout is brewed with Oregon hazelnuts, star anise and cocoa nibs, and fermented with an Ale yeast that survived a trip to space and back. Mankind will enjoy the sweet finesse of this beer that only fares better with time.

Style: Imperial Stout Brewed with Oregon Hazelnuts, Star Anise, Cocoa Nibs, and Ale Yeast Sent Into Space
Available: April 13, 2015
ABV: 10.0%
IBU: 80
OG: 1100
Malt: 2-Row Pale, Black, Chocolate, Munich, Crystal, Honey, Special Roast, Peated
Hops: Apollo, Bravo, Comet
Packaging: 22oz. Bottles

Look for Ground Control in Alaska, Alberta, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Vancouver, British Columbia, and select retailers across the country.

(via Popular Science)


I’ve seen Adipose put into the Doctor Who villain category from time to time and I’ll never understand why. They’re just babies. Cute squishy, adorable fat babies. It’s not their fault that their wet-nurse Matron Cofelia decided to speed things up and killed people in the process. Besides, I know people who’d be totally down to lose weight using Adipose Technologies if it created these cuties.

Anything Adipose always gets a thumbs up from me. So kudos to Etsy seller Timestitcher for creating this half apron design.

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These wonderfully creepy handmade mugs are the work of etsy seller Kilikia Designs. Each is slightly different and features a twisting mass of tentacles climbing over the edge of the cup. You’ll have to be extra brave to drink from one of these in the morning.

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