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If you like to get buzzed, here’s some glassware that’ll get you buzzed like no other – tumblers blown from from specially-made Uranium-infused glass that glows in the dark. Blimey!

Don’t worry, though – the radiation from these glasses is negligible. In fact radioactive glassware has been popular in Europe since the 19th century, and we’ve even had some radioactive dinnerware of our own here in the US (though that was, uh, considerably less safe).

These glass tumblers the creation of Czech designer Martin Jakobsen, who had to get special permission from Czechoslovakia’s State Office for Nuclear Safety to produce them.

Check out more photos of these awesome glasses below. [click to continue…]

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Astonishing Studios is continuing their work on unique LEGO vending machines with this Pizza Hut version, which dispenses personal pan pizzas.

A customer deposits cash which is read and counted by a light sensor. When a total of $5 has been inserted, a pizza is released, as is .71 in change.

As cool as this is, it is obviously not intended for high volume use, as evidenced by the fact that it only holds two pies and $1.42 in change.

See it in action in the video below. [click to continue…]

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North Carolina classics Krispy Kreme and Cheerwine are flipping the script on their previous Cheerwine-infused donut with a donut-flavored soda.

Cheerwine’s normal cherry flavor will be enhanced with a “flavorful hint of Krispy Kreme’s Original Glazed doughnut” in a beverage dubbed “Cheerwine Kreme”.

One customer described the taste as “not bad”, while another said that he neither loved nor hated it. The drink is currently available only in select North Carolina, South Carolina and Savannah, GA locations.

(Mashable via Consumerist)

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Chris Pratt recently tried making a Donald Duck pancake for his three-year-old son, Jack. As you’ll see in the video below, Jack was quick to point out that his Dad needs a little bit of practice with his pancakes. He was being nice—the creature above is an abomination.

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Yellow cake? Don’t drop that sh*t!

Check out a file photo of the employee in question below. [click to continue…]

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A company called Distinct Kitchenware is living up to its name with a five piece flatware set that has a pretty awesome zombie-themed design.

They also have a cool-looking Angels & Demons set that you can check out below. [click to continue…]

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(via Reddit)

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Thanks to the head chef at Burnt Crumbs in Orange County, CA, people on the west coast no longer have to face the vexing problem of choosing between spaghetti and grilled cheese. The “Spaghetti Grilled Cheese Sandwich” simply combines the two into a creation that quickly spread across social media.

Unfortunately, the $9 sandwich isn’t available nationwide, so you’ll have to do some kitchen experimentation or drool over the pictures and video below. [click to continue…]

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Shmaltz brewing is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Star Trek with two collector’s edition beers dubbed “Golden Anniversary Ale: The Trouble With Tribbles” and “Golden Anniversary Ale: Voyage To The Northeast Quadrant”. Check out the descriptions and details below. [click to continue…]

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Food brands joining forces for wildly over-the-top treats is a hot trend right now, and Hostess is getting on the bandwagon. They’ve partnered with Mars Chocolate to launch brownies loaded with M&M’s and Milky Way candy. From the press release:

The Hostess Brownies made with M&M’s feature a rich, mouth-watering brownie with M&M’s swirled inside and a fudgy chocolate frosting finished with a sprinkling of milk chocolate M&M’s.

The Hostess Brownies made with MILKY WAY will delight treat lovers with a soft, decadent chocolate brownie and silky smooth topping of caramel icing finished with a layer of MILKY WAY candy bar pieces.

If you’re wondering how long you will have to wait to taste these, I have good news. They are likely on your supermarket shelves at this very moment. [click to continue…]