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  • January 7, 2015
    This is 'Jurassic Sweet', a mashup by artist Alejo Malia imagining dinosaurs as delicious treats. And here I've thought dinosaurs were sweet enough without a sugary coating. Speaking of -- what do you think dinosaurs smelled like? Because in my mind velociraptors smelled lik... / Continue →
  • September 23, 2014
    This is the Pixel Waffle Maker, a waffle maker with a 9 x 9 pixel silicon tray that allows you to push individual pixels in and out to create custom waffle designs. Obviously, the designs you can make in a 9 x 9 tray are pretty limited, but that's not going to stop me from tryi... / Continue →
  • December 7, 2011
    The Pancake Plate is an ever-so-slightly tilted plate with a reservoir at the bottom to collect all the syrup runoff from your flappyjacks. Unfortunately, a set of two costs $45, making it far more economical TO EAT F***ING WAFFLES. They have natural syrup reservoirs built in... / Continue →
  • April 4, 2011
    This is an x-ray of a new species of stingray discovered in the Amazon dubbed the 'pancake' stingray (photo explanation after the jump -- SPOILER: It looks like a giant f***ing pancake). I assume the hunt is still on for a waffle stingray, which is good news because they'll pr... / Continue →
  • July 1, 2010
    Let's not kid ourselves, we all know the best foods come on sticks. Case in point: bacon, corn dogs, chocolate covered bananas and popsicles. AND NOW WAFFLES! Possibly made by the Blush Company to compliment the Corn Baller, the Lolly Waffle Maker can cook four 9-inch waffle... / Continue →
  • January 2, 2010
    Apparently these limited edition Star Trek waffles were released back in March to hype the new film before it came out. Why I never knew about them or got my syrup-loving paws on some is beyond me, but it probably had something to do with living under a laundry basket in my pa... / Continue →
  • May 9, 2008
    Well it's not news that lye has been used in the past to dissolve bodies. But now it's being considered as a possible alternative to burying, being shot out of a cannon, and cremation by the funeral industry. The process is called alkaline hydrolysis and was developed in th... / Continue →