From the land that gave the world strawberry Cheetos and octopus soda, we now have spaghetti popsicles! The Japanese brand Gari-Gari Kun (Crunchy Crunchy Boy) already has popsicles in what we’d consider traditional flavors: orange, grape, pineapple, and has offered some odd limited edition flavors in the past, like bean paste and corn stew. The spaghetti popsicle contains bits of “tomato jelly” in a “Neapolitan” flavored ice cream.
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Mountain Dew Cheetos
This is a no brainer - this flavor goes together like a can of Mountain Dew and a bag of Cheetos.
A new papercraft site recently launched called Urban Paper Collective, where you can download some fresh sheets to fold, shape, cut, glue, tape, get a paper cut with, get frustrated because it looks nothing like the sample, etc…
You know it’s cold out when…
I totally think I can manage this origami thing….
There’s nothing quite so comforting on cool winter days as a thick, chunky stew. But sometimes you just want a snack, not a whole meal. The good news is Cheetos has you covered with their new creamy stew flavor. The bad news, as you might have guessed based on the writing in the picture, is that they are only available in Japan like so many other snack flavors.
The Burt Reynolds Eclair.
This artful chocolate-glazed and creme-filled piece of heaven is created by UK’s Lou Lou P’s Delight for the month-long Movember celebration. If the eclair looks familiar, it’s from Reynold’s 1972 Cosmopolitan nude centerfold.
Carl Jara goes far beyond sandcastles. This Cleveland-based artist who also goes by the name Grain Damaged sculpts sand into astoundingly complex and surreal images.
To encourage people to read, the National Literacy Trust has commissioned artists to paint book-shaped public benches in London. These will go on display in the summer of 2014.