I’m sorry. I’m so, so sorry. But it looks like your burger is burning. I better get to flipping it with this nifty Doctor Who spatula, which is made from silicone and features a metal handle that’s 11 inches long. It’s even better than the sonic.
But wait. You’re probably saying to yourself, “I’m not eating a burger right now. I’m not at a barbecue. And that spatula isn’t available until October 2014. How are you doing this? What are you?”
Well… I’m a Time Lord? You’re welcome.
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When next you sit down with your faithful companions to watch an episode of Doctor Who, you can impress them by bringing out drinks and snacks on this snazzy TARDIS tray. Available for pre-order at Urban Collector, the TARDIS tray is going for $24.99. Expect it to ship in October.
It isn’t a party until Cybermen from Doctor Who show up, and this Cyberman cake was probably the life of the event he was made for. The confection by Happy Occasions Cakes looks like it rolled off the screen and onto a table; I wouldn’t be surprised if he started assimilating all the party attendees.
See more angles of the sugary Cyberman after the break.
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This is just the thing to have on hand next time the Doctor wanders into your kitchen looking for something to drink. It looks just like a sonic screwdriver, but pop off the tip and it’s a handy dandy bottle opener. Is there anything the sonic can’t do?
Well…Wood. It doesn’t do wood.
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Food blogger Kimberly Chapman wanted to make a cake for a Doctor Who fan and thought she’d have a bit of fun with an Adipose Cake.
She started with two 5″ pans, a 4″ pan, chocolate cake mix and buttercream. Once the cakes were baked, she stacked them up and then then carved out an Adipose shape (the Adipose was seated so she didn’t have to worry about it having to be held up). Then she added a buttercream cover and let it firm up in the fridge.
From there, it was all about giving the Adipose a shape with a 50/50 mix of modeling chocolate and fondant.
As a bonus, when Kimberly had too much batter, she decided to make little mini Adipose. Needless to say, it ended up being the cutest edible Adipose invasion you ever saw.
If you want the full run down on this Adipose Cake, you can find it over at Eat The Evidence.
This beautiful wine gift box with the TARDIS on the front is the perfect way to gift the nerdy bride and groom with their favorite wines. It holds three bottles with adjustable dividers and can even be personalized with names and dates. This is the perfect twist on “something blue” and will likely be one of the gifts the bride and groom treasure for years.
See more pictures after the break.
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Feeling really tired? This 500ml Cyberman mug holds more than enough coffee to perk you up. The shape of the Doctor Who villain’s head is ideal for a mug because it has two handles. You never have to worry about burning your hands because there is no wrong side of the mug to drink from. You also don’t have to worry about being assimilated; as far as we know, this mug is deactivated.
Better yet, it might be the Doctor’s friend “Handles”.
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We all love food and drinks with nerdy themes, especially when it comes from an equally geeky establishment. Unfortunately, going out to eat and being greeted by a nerdy menu is still something of a rare event. We don’t know why, but many places still choose to use the rather boring menu format without a themed-item in sight!
To fulfill our craving for creatively geeky menus, we conducted a search around the world. Here are nine of the nerdiest menus from the United States and abroad. See the menus and some of their deliciously nerdy food and drink after the break!
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How would you like to try a timelord pastry? This t-shirt showcases the breakfast of champions on Gallifrey and beyond: Pop-TARDIS. It doesn’t matter what the flavor is because they look like a TARDIS on the outside, but they’re probably packed with some kind of fruity goodness. Maybe it tastes like jelly babies. Then again, I like that the tee advertises a new popular flavor: fishfingers and custard. I’d try them!
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Getting married is all about making compromises, and it starts with the ceremony. So, if one half of the couple wants candy on the wedding cake, and the other half wants to feature Doctor Who, you just make it work. Lucy Partridge made this sweet time-traveling dessert, and I like all the adornments on both the candy and Who sides. All it needs is a Fourth Doctor posed beside it with jelly babies.
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