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Gummi Lights are colorful, not chewy

Posted in Lamps by Conner Flynn on July 9th, 2009

Gummi Lights are colorful, not chewyDo you have an unnatural love of chewy gummy bears? Then why not use them as a lighting source. These Gummi Lights come in a wide variety of colors, are not chewy and have no flavor at all. Your choice of red, orange, yellow, clear, green, blue, purple and pink.

Each Gummi Light is lit up by small LED bulbs, making them look ghostly as if the souls of the dead Gummis that you have eaten are now haunting you. These scary fake candy bears stand 7″ tall. Individually the Gummi Lights will cost about $125, while a set of five is $500.

Wiimote chocolate bar looks yummy

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on May 3rd, 2009

Wiimote chocolate bar looks yummyCheck out this Wiimote chocolate candybar. Now you can have your cake and eat it too. Now you can throw your Wiimote at the TV and eat it too. This Wiimote chocolate replica is the product of Digital Chocolates, a company that specializes in making chocolate bars shaped like various game controllers, like the Sony Playstation controller and this Wiimote.

Not only is it delicious, but it’s got some nice detail too. It’s made of Merckens melting candy wafers. I don’t know what those are, but I’m sure they are yummy. They supposedly taste like the white from Hershey’s cookies n’ creme chocolate bars.

Hershey & Jazwares developing line of gadget treats

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on February 24th, 2009

Hershey & Jazwares developing line of gadget treatsChalk this one up as yet another thing that will be lying around your home, waiting for infants and those with Homer Simpson IQs to put in their mouths. Hershey’s is teaming up with Jazwares to develop a line of consumer electronics that will have you craving sugar and running out to get some chocolate.

Look for 1 to 4GB USB drives shaped like your favorite treats. It’s not just USB drives though. Expect some digital cameras, earphones and speakers too, whether they take the form of Hershey’s Kisses or Mr. Goodbar. Prices should be in the $15 to $30 range. No release date yet. Expect them to end up in Halloween bags in affluent neighborhoods…Or regular neighborhoods by mistake.

Forget roses: Chocolate Wii Miis for Valentine’s Day

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on January 22nd, 2009

Forget roses: Chocolate Wii Miis for Valentine’s DayIt’s that time of year again. Time to celebrate love and shower that special someone with gifts like roses,jewelry, fine wine and chocolates. If you’re going to give that special geek someone candy and chocolates this year why not tie it all in with their favorite hobby? The Wii. Give them some chocolate Miis.

They come in white, milk, or dark chocolate flavors of both male and female. It even comes packaged in a box that looks like a Wii. Give a geek this gift and they will be yours forever. Only $19.95 and for each purchase they will donate a $1 to the Child’s Play Charity.

Maxell’s M&M Earbuds will melt in your ears, not in your hand

Posted in Maxell by Conner Flynn on January 11th, 2009

Maxell’s M&M Earbuds will melt in your ears, not in your handiPod accessory maker Maxell is all set to release some music player earbuds that look like kid’s candy. Hmmm. I wonder if some young and dumb kids will try to eat them. I’m guessing yes. Even the packaging makes them look delicious. Plus, just like the candy, these earbuds come in many colors: Red, pink, blue, orange, and white.

You’ll note that the packaging proclaims “Sweet sounds”, which to a toddler who can’t read, simply says “Look at the funny candy people who want me to eat them.” It does say “Not candy!” but anyone old enough to read that probably knows better anyway. At $10, it’s a bargain choking hazard for the home with a curious toddler.

Candy lightsabers filled with…goo

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on April 2nd, 2008

Candy lightsabers filled with…goo
Jedis aren’t real. Despite that fact, there are more lightsaber gadgets floating around the solar system then you can shake a… lightsaber at. These particular lightsabers won’t slice through flesh, but they will give you a sugar high that will have you bouncing off the walls like Yoda in a rubber room.

Hasbro’s Candy Lightsabers are based on the authentic movie weapons of Darth Vader and Anakin Skywalker (red and blue). They’re filled with some sort of gooey, glittery, edible nastiness known as “Spliquid”, which comes in fruity flavors. If that dude who played Anakin in the prequels had sucked down a few of these, his acting would have been a lot less wooden and far more “I’ll kill you all with my candy lightsaber.”