Instructables user SFHandyman created a great tutorial for making gummy Lego bricks. He even included instructions on how to make a mold for the candies. Grant Thompson, The King of Random, used those instructions to make some gummies and then created a video of the process that you can check out after the break.

[click to continue…]


The folks at Zombie Burger, a Des Moines, Iowa-based restaurant, are fans of the Human Centipede movies and decided that they would be a great inspiration for food. Naturally.

In honor of the series, the burger joint recently concocted the “Martin’s Revenge” burger–named after the bad guy in the second film, Martin Lomax–and it features a “three-piece slider bun with a different burger in each segment.”

According to dmjuice, Zombie Burger chef Tom McKern notes:

The first burger is steak with cheddar, bacon and red raw onion. The second is a burger patty with American cheese, pulled barbecue bacon and sauteed red onion. The third burger is a loose meat sandwich with house-made cheese whiz and bacon-red onion jam.

“I was trying to figure out a way to do a take on the movie through a burger,” McKern said. “I basically started with whole ingredients, and processed them down from slider to slider.”

The burger goes for $10.79, and frankly, I’m just happy the chef didn’t sew the burgers together…or include human meat.

(via The Nerdist)


Because you can’t go five minutes without using your phone, Kentucky Fried Chicken chains in Germany came up with a wacky techno-marketing gimmick that involved lining serving trays with disposable Bluetooth keyboards. Yep.

The deal here was that you could sync the keyboard (pictured above) with your phone, and then type away while you’re snacking on greasy chicken. Presumably, this would help to keep your screen clean (though wouldn’t you still have to touch your phone to wake it up or switch apps?).

It seems stupid, but stupidity sells. Apparently, the week-long campaign was so successful that all of the customers who received one felt compelled to take the keyboard home.

Check out the commercial after the break…

[click to continue…]

beer can burgers

Although beer has long been associated with burgers, the BBQ Pit Boys have developed a Bacon Burger that actually makes the beer can an integral part of the burger recipe. The process involves using the can as a mold to create a bacon-wrapped meatball bowl that is then stuffed with toppings such as onions, peppers, mushrooms, meat chili, and roast beef before being grilled to perfection.

Check out the video tutorial after the jump.

[click to continue…]


It’s easy to embrace all things Disney when you’re a kid, but there are fewer opportunities once you’re all grown-up. These beer labels let you channel your inner child while you kick back with your favorite adult beverage. There are 12 different labels and they’re all available as free printables. Each label is a nod to a different film or character so you can have fun with names like Looking Glass Lager, No Strings Attached Liars Lager, and Beer Necessities.

See more pictures after the break.

[click to continue…]


A couple that shoots zombies together, stays together. Etsy shop owner Plasticsmith has a ton of fantastic silhouette toppers for themed wedding cakes. Made from 1/8″ black ABS Plastic with non reflecting pebbled surface on the front and smooth back, these are sturdier than they look.

Available themes include the famous upside down Spider-Man kiss, Batman and Poison Ivy smooching, a lip-locked Joker And Harley (also Batman and Harley. The Joker won’t be happy) and even the most romantic moment shared between Han and Leia.

Check out all the super nerdy designs after the break.

[click to continue…]


Fried food is tasty and it can be fun when it’s done in interesting shapes, but not every shape is a good idea. What you’re looking at here are pork cutlets shaped like Pikachu. They are sold in street stalls in Korea, ready to eat, and can even be ordered in jumbo packs to eat at home. Some people think they’re cute, but others are a bit bothered by the idea of biting off Pikachu’s head. Hey, kids do it to chocolate rabbits every Easter so Pikachu should be fair game.

Product Page (9000 won or $8.20 Gogo Tsushin via Rocket News 24)


You could grab a handful of pasta and guess if it’s the right amount, or you could use this T-Rex pasta measuring tool as a guide. The T-Rex is the largest helping which measures out enough pasta for four. The man, woman, and child are for smaller appetites and hopefully won’t get eaten by T-Rex when you put this back in a drawer.

Product Page ($18.99 via Incredible Things)


Ecole Cantonale d’Art de Lausanne student Anne-Sophie Bazard created a short film called Eat Me. It features people eating with a pair of chopsticks that have a GoPro camera attached to one end. The idea was to showcase Chinese cuisine and the many ways you can use a pair of chopsticks to deliver tasty Chinese treats to your mouth.

See the video after the break.

[click to continue…]


If you’re aiming to make your refrigerator (or just about any metallic appliance in your kitchen) a bit more fantastical, then you should probably pick up this pack of Magical Unicorn Magnets from ThinkGeek. The magnet pack comes with three sheets of magnets, which include eight unicorns (because you can never have too many unicorns) as well as a whole mess of stars, clouds, candy, and yes, rainbows too.

Product Page: ($9.99)