Cotton candy infused with bits and pieces of Pop Rocks, combining soft and crackly textures to make your mouth happy. In blue raspberry, strawberry, piña colada and coconut flavors.
McDonald’s Canada takes us to a burger photo shoot, comparing an in-store Quarter Pounder to the precisely styled ones that show up in ads, which surprisingly use the exact same ingredients.
This luxurious floating dining room offers a built-in charcoal grill, seating for 10 adults and a retractable 11′ diameter sun umbrella. Also has an electric motor for cruises through calm waters.
Made to order decorative toothpicks made of titanium. You can order plain, non-anodized ones or go wild and add stripes, colors, glow rings, glow bulbs, steampunk brass finish and more.
We always thought serving cotton candy was a pretty basic task, but this street performer does it with flair, entertaining the crowd as he cranks out the wispy treat to the tunes of Michael Jackson.
MIT researchers have invented a substance called LiquiGlide which can be used to line surfaces to make them super-slippery, keeping ketchup and other thick liquids flowing from bottles with ease.
Whether you like red hot foods or just want to play a nasty prank on your friends, Satan’s Spawn’s slightly sweet, very spicy habanero/chili-infused gummy bears should do the trick.
With Cinco de Mayo coming up, other than falling down drunk, there’s no better way to celebrate than with these awesome piñata cookies, which have candy inside them when you crack ‘em open.
A ceramic plate shaped especially for everyone’s favorite bready treat. Just slide it under a slice of pizza and then lift it straight to your mouth. It might even be sharp enough to cut pizza.
Burger King in Japan was having a bacon special, so this guy ordered himself up an insane Whopper loaded with 1,050 strips of bacon. Just one question: Where’s the beef?
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