In the new world, all consumer goods will have a shot at starring in a million dollar feature film. Next up The Good, The Bad and the Pepsi. This sounds terrible.
The best thing about this time of year isn't a little extra daylight in the evening or the blossoming of spring flowers; it's the endlessly inventive dioramas people make with those sugar-coated marshmallow treats known as Peeps. In this one, posted by redditor jostler57 on behalf of a friend, we witness the…
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It's Easter weekend, the time of year when people celebrate bunnies and chicks with plastic grass, colored sugar, and unnaturally shaped marshmallows. (Sorry, Passover-celebrating peeps; Peeps aren't kosher.) Food site epicurious has decided to pay tribute to the Peep in its own way, by illustrating scenes from the…
The best uses for marshmallow Peeps have nothing to do with eating them. When they're not busy exploding in microwaves, bunny and chick-shaped Peeps are making important discoveries in the field of particle physics. Take a look inside the sugary search for the Higgs Just Born.
Peeps: delicious to some, disgusting to others. At least we can all agree that these sugary Easter sweets make for some fantastic dioramas, remaking scenes from some favorite scifi movies, books, and TV shows.
We're still a week away from watching Megan Fox snack on schoolboys in Jennifer's Body. In the meantime, we're serving up a list of the other women in science fiction who hunger for human flesh.