lotr-rings-topTakayas Custom Jewelry looked to J.R.R. Tolkien’s fantasy realm for a little inspiration when they created this incredible wedding ring set for LOTR fans Wesley and Sarah.

For Wesley’s ring, Takayas looked to The Key to Erebor for design inspiration while Sarah’s rings incorporated elements from the Leaves of Lorien and Arwen’s Evenstar necklace (they’re also designed to fit seamlessly together).

The finished products look like they were actually forged in Middle Earth. Take a closer look on Fashionably Geek


YouTuber “Tassia” decided to speed up the process of eating corn on the cob by fitting it to a drill and consuming it like a human lathe.

The video after the jump demonstrates the method, which is surely going to be torture for dentists to watch.

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The latest additions to Bandai’s character-shaped sweet line feature two Doraemon-inspired treats based on Japanese confections commonly eaten during tea ceremonies.

The treats cost about 280 yen (US$2.50) each and can be found at Aeon Super Centers and Max Valu, Daei, and Aeon stores around Japan (excluding Okinawa) starting this week.

Take a closer look below.

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death star breakfast

This delicious Death Star was destroyed by Allie Wojtaszek at the the Yellow Door Bistro during the Calgary Expo this past weekend. Fortunately, the Empire will never stop making Death Star waffles.

little-mermaid-cardiganFrom Fashionably Geek: The Little Mermaid flyaway cardigan is perfect for cool summer nights at the beach. Made of 94% polyester; 6% spandex, this seafoam cardigan has an ivory lace raglan sleeve and back panel and ivory allover Ariel and shell print.

The Little Mermaid Flyaway Cardigan ($49.50-$53.50)


Hippos love watermelons, and they have giant mouths. So watching them eat a melon is like watching it get thrown into a trash compactor.

Nagasaki Bio Park in Japan compiled a video showing feeding time, and as you’ll see below, there’s no table etiquette, no cleanliness and no concern for pits or rinds… only watermelons being crushed in the gaping maw of a hungry hungry hippo.

It’s surprisingly satisfying to watch.

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120-sided-die-e1462137031792When French-Belgian mathematician Eugéne Catalan came up with the concept of the disdyakis triacontahedron or 120-sided die over 150 years ago, it was, in theory, the most mathematically fair die possible.

Catalan’s theory has become a reality thanks to the talents and efforts of Robert Fathauer, Robert Bosch, and Henry Segerman who have created the first actual D120. Luckily for dice fans, they’ve started The Dice Lab to make it available.

They also made a video about the D120 and the mathematical magic behind it, which you can watch on Nerd Approved

Girl Eat World


So many of us have dreamed of traveling the world and experiencing all of the culinary delights it has to offer. Clearly Instagram user Girl Eat World is living the sweet life.

Check out more of our favorite pics below.

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LEGO bricks come with a clear warning that they’re a choking hazard, but when they’re crafted into awesome replicas of delicious food and snacks, it almost seems worth the risk.

LEGO artist Tary has recreated some of the most famous snacks around the world in a series of brick sculptures with vibrant, awesome colors.

The artist’s most popular LEGO food creation is definitely the pizza slice, but there are many others. In fact, Tary’s take on shrimp tempura won first place in a recent LEGO building contest.

Check out more examples below.

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A place in Korea, apparently called “The Place”, is taking pizza eating to an extreme new level with this Korean Bomb Pizza.

The offering consists of a (weird looking) pizza concealed inside a dough bubble that is doused with oil and set ablaze. Afterward, the bubble is removed with scissors and the pizza is cut into slices.

If you’re having trouble getting a picture in your mind, you’re in luck, because there’s a video of the process below.

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