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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Peter Catpaldi

Jenny Parks, who previously drew Doctors 1-11 as felines, has been keeping up with Doctor Who‘s catsting… uh, casting. You can see the War Doctor as a cat on her Tumblr.

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This is just like magic!

Get Your Face, Possibly the Face of Tom Hiddleston, Printed in Chocolate

For between $80-$130 3D printing company Choc Edge will create a miniature sculpture of a face out of milk, dark, or white chocolate. Now the intention is that one orders sculptures of one’s own face, but seeing as they work off a photograph I see no reason why you couldn’t send in the face of your favorite celebrity instead.

I’m not creepy. You’re creepy.

(via: Fashionably Geek)

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In Which We Make A Terrible Pun

Yes, But Are These Chocolates… Organic?

I’m not even going to try to pretend that the sole reason I’m doing a whole post dedicated to these chocolates by Visual Anatomy Limited isn’t because I wanted to make that pun.

(via: Geekosystem)

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om nom nom

A Chocolate Circuit Board, For When She’s Already Got Enough RAM

Japanese manufacterer I-O Data has been making computer parts for more than thirty years now, and to mark the occasion, this year they’re giving away some pretty convincing-looking chocolate RAM to a few lucky folks chosen from those who shop from their website. So, this could either be for when your significan other already has more than enough RAM, or for when the price of premium RAM actually drops below the price of premium chocolate and therefore becomes an unimpressive gift.

Previously in Food

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It's A World of Laughter A World of Tears

Disney World Chocolate Dioramas Are Too Good To Eat

Walt Disney World’s Epcot International Food & Wine Festival is happening right now and while there are countless delectable items to eat, you won’t be able to get your grubby hands on these. In an exhibit called “The Chocolate Experience: From The Bean to the Bar” chocolatiers Ghirardelli have formed yummy candy into works of art – Disney art, that is! And no, they didn’t stick to just Disney proper. Take a look, but don’t touch, these awesome dioramas.

(via That’s Nerdalicious)

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For A More Civilized Age

If You Don’t Like Maraschino Cherries This Chocolate Death Star Is a Trap

Now I really want a version of this that’s like those chocolate oranges? Where you slam it on a table and it breaks into sections? Forge that for me, fickle internet gods.

Previously in Star Wars Food

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Do Try This At Home

How To Make Amazingly Gross Looking Chocolate Facehugger Eggs

Backwards Lamb prepared these xenomorph eggs from milk and dark chocolate, and, with the help of some silicone molds available online, has a guide for how you can do it too. Because you know all your friends are dying to chow down on the delightfully biological and creepy design work of H.R. Geiger.

Previously in Geeky Food

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The Future Is Now!

The Discovery Of The Century: Chemists Create Chocolate With Half The Fat

Good news everyone! We don’t have to fear haters snapping their head back Exorcist-style to judge our dietary choices when we reach for a chocolate bar in public anymore! Scientists have discovered a way to cut the fat in chocolate by half through the use of fruit juice. Finally, an adequate solution to the eternal, seemingly unsolvable equation: “Chocolate + ? = Cellulite-less thighs.” Science strikes again, ladies!

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Curiouser and curiouser!

Archaeologists find evidence of 2,500-year-old chocolate

Archeologists have long thought that cacao beans and pods were primarily used in pre-Columbian cultures to make an elite beverage, made by crushing up the beans and mixing them with liquids or allowing their pulp to ferment. But a recent discovery by Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History has shifted our understanding of the ancient food, suggesting that the historical plant might have actually been used as a sauce or condiment much earlier than previously thought.

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Apple Pie for Pi Day!

There is still time to plan for your Pi Day Pie! Check out the how-to for this apple pie by Sharon from A Periodic Table. (via The Laughing Squid)

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