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These bizarre teacups are the work of Etsy seller VoodooDelicious. Unfortunately, the handmade items cannot be used for drinking and exist merely to enhance your decor and allow you to start uncomfortable conversations by introducing your pet octopus/Kraken/Cthulhu that can only survive in tea.

Numerous colors and poses are available, from a simple tentacle wave to the bashful peek-a-boo seen above. Check out some additional pics after the jump.

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Meet the Octeapus Tea Infuser. You can fill it’s silicone head with your tea and then set him loose in your teacup to brew the perfect cuppa.

Cute and functional, it’s estimated to arrive in October.

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Octopizza Pie


When it comes to pizza, it is usually picked up from a chain or hastily moved from the freezer to the oven when people don’t have time or energy for cooking. However, Instructables user “donedirtcheap” decided to turn the pizza canvas into a work of art, resulting in this Octopizza with pepperoni suckers. Thankfully, he has provided the details for making your own here, which will come in handy if you ever find yourself looking for a pizza project.

Check out a picture of the final product after the break.

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Coolamari Ice Cube Tray

Just in time for the cooling temperatures of fall, Perpetual Kid is gearing up to release this dishwasher safe “Coolamari” silicone ice cube tray, which will allow you to send little frozen octopi into the murky depths of your beverage. If you’re psyched about this, you can sign up to receive an email notification when it’s available, which should be sometime next month.

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There is no doubt that Karen Portaleo from Highland Bakery has some incredible skill when it comes to making specialty cakes. I mean, just look at this 200-pound Octopus cake she made for an event at the Georgia Aquarium last year. It’s so realistic that it kind of makes the idea of eating it feel kinda gross.

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