What you are looking at here is the nuclear option in a ugly Christmas sweater war. If you wear the “All I Want for Christmas is Pizza” crewneck sweatshirt at the office party, the blast radius (which is a odd mixture of horror, disgust, hunger, amusement and respect) will cover an entire city block.
All I Want for Christmas is Pizza Sweatshirt ($59.84)
If you live in a tropical locale or want to shake up Halloween traditions this year, consider carving a jack o’ lantern from a pineapple instead of a pumpkin. As these examples illustrate, the change appears to work out pretty well and offers natural Pinhead-esque protrusions that lend themselves well to menacing faces. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
Ty Junemann and Ashley Idema are big Disney fans. They originally got engaged near Sleeping Beauty’s castle at Disneyland, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that they also had a Disney-theme at their wedding. Ashley used her DIY skills to make different Disney centerpieces for each of the tables at their wedding reception. And yes, the centerpiece for Ashley and Ty’s table was Sleeping Beauty’s castle. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Jennifer Wold with Clever Wren Cakes & Sweets transformed chocolate chip cookies into the perfect Halloween treat. With a few sugar pearls and some almonds, she created cookie monsters that are definitely not big, blue and lovable. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Lucky Chip, a restaurant chain in England, came up with a clever way to take down the Demogorgon. They made it into a tasty burger! It features pickled onion, cheddar cheese, and a meat patty stuffed with gorgonzola.
There’s also an Eggo-themed burger that Eleven would love. It features waffles, American cheese, and peanut butter and jelly. The burgers will be available this month at the Lucky Chip locations in Dalston and Camden. Check out both burgers in the pics below. [click to continue…]
Marketing specialist Lukas Yla is showing potential employers he can live up to the title thanks to his clever donut resume idea. Specifically, Yla dresses up like a courier and delivers boxes of deliciousness to companies with his details inside.
“I was looking for the most direct way to reach decision makers at the companies. I thought that I might fail competing only on ‘resume’ level with other candidates that have work experience in San Francisco.”
The campaign was reportedly “precisely crafted” and went through “multiple iterations” prior to getting attention. Of course, the delicious allure of donuts is irresistible, and have helped Yla secure 10 interviews after delivering 40 resumes. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Custom PC buildsmen Maingear are partnering with big-name brands to create bespoke one-of-a-kind PC rigs, and their first is Coca-Cola themed. Mountain Dew would have been more appropriate, but at least it’s not a Pepsi PC.
This Coca-Cola branded computerbox is fitted with a liquid cooling system that incorporates a custom-made reservoir that looks a lot like a Coke bottle filled with a liquid that looks quite a lot like Coke, but isn’t. Apparently, we can expect more crazy stuff like this in future builds. The specs in this particular model include:
- Functional glass Coke bottle reservoir
- Custom crystal hardline water cooling
- Unique one-of-a kind chassis modifications
- Luxury automotive paint finish
- Intel i7-6950X 10-Core CPU
- Dual NVIDIA GTX 1080 Graphics Cards
- HyperX Fury 16GB DDR4-2666
- Samsung 950 Pro 512GB M.2 NVMe
- EVGA X99 Micro 2
Check out more close-up photos showing the interior of this amazing and preposterous rig below. [click to continue…]
Thanks to Tom DesLongchamp, Taco Bell’s 404 page actually makes a website error an enjoyable experience. As revealed in the animation above, the page features a tripping taco that spills, then recovers its filling, all with unbridled joy. Clearly, the five second rule is in effect.
As you will see in YouTuber George Hufnagl’s video below, the Internet is already improving on it. [click to continue…]
The Deli Mansion Park in Altoona, Pennsylvania has figured out the code. French fries are the key.
(Reddit via Laughing Squid)
A couple of weeks ago we reported on a Japanese Cafe being opened by Square-Enix. As mentioned, they were also planning to open an eSports establishment in Ikebukuro. As it turns out, the new restaurant is called “Storia”, and the concept centers around diners watching people play video games while they eat.
Screens are set up around the venue showing the game currently in play, with one massive screen on the exterior of the building. The gamers themselves taking pride of place on a center stage. The restaurant already has events scheduled featuring play sessions of Dragon Quest Monsters Super Light, Dissidia, and Street Fighter V, and they even have a raffle allowing diners the chance to enter and play the games themselves.
It’s a nifty concept, especially considering the expanding popularity of stuff like Let’s Play videos and eSports over the last few years. But is it catchy enough to sustain itself? Only time will tell. For now, though, you can check out photos of the venue – as well as some of their menu items below. [click to continue…]