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  1. There Will Be A Bake Sale To Benefit NASA This Weekend. Yes, Really.

    Not a Misprint

    NASA, we knew things were tough but we had no idea it was this tough.  This Saturday, there will be a bake sale held to raise money for space programs. There may also be a car wash in the near future. Why has NASA resorted to the tactics of middle school PTA members? To make a point. 

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  2. Things We Saw Today: A Unicorn Cupcake!

    Things We Saw Today

    How -- how, I ask you -- is anyone supposed to eat this? (via Geeks Are Sexy)

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  3. How To Make Captain America Cupcakes

    Make It So

    We're not sure we have the patience for contributor Elizabeth Giorgi's recipe for Cap cupcakes, but we would certainly have the patience to eat them. 1. Bake a cupcake. Any kind, then put white frosting on them. Make sure it’s pretty even, because it will help later. 2. Get some fondant circle cutters. I used these. Put the largest one on around the edge. Now, use your clean fingers to gently tap on some edible glittering sugar dust. I used this brand. (You can buy it at Michael’s Crafts.)

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  4. Game of Thrones Is Coming…Now That Mad Men Arrived [Video]

    You know nothing Jon Snow

    Man, this was pretty much everyone last weekend -- unless you're an ardent fan of both Game of Thrones and Mad Men, which returned last week. But we're happy to tell you that yes, it's finally this weekend -- the season premiere of Game of Thrones on HBO. Tomorrow. Not a week from tomorrow, but tomorrow. We know ... we know ... !!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks for the tip, Danielle! (via Funny or Die)

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  5. A 24-Hour Cupcake ATM

    A bakery in Beverly Hills, Sprinkles, has provided the world with something it didn't know it needed until it was presented with it: A 24-hour cupcake ATM. Sprinkles calls it the "world's first cupcake automat," and yes, essentially it is just a cupcake vending machine that never shuts down like a regular vending machine doesn't, but regular vending machines aren't exactly built in a way conducive to a cupcake's structural integrity.

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  6. The Periodic Table of Cupcakes Probably Involved Some Sodium, Hydrogen, Carbon, and Oxygen

    Do Try This At Home

    And that's just the partial chemical content of salt and baking powder. These cupcakes were created for a reception at somebody's chemical engineering department. Dibs on Polonium, it's got my name in it! Wider shots of how the table was laid out (on the table) below:

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  7. The Hunger Games In Cupcake Form: Problem Solved

    May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor

    Listen, if the Hunger Games just came in the form of competitive cupcake baking, I think everybody would walk away sated. What? The Hunger Games isn't about people being hungry? Well, at least if it was a cupcake making competition, Peeta would still win.

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Borg Cupcakes

    Things We Saw Today

    Despite how adorable these are, cupcake resistance is futile. There was no credited artist on these, so if someone comes forward with more information, we will edit and give credit where it's due. (via Geeks Are Sexy)

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  9. Corona and Blue Moon Cupcakes

    If you have always fantasized about a dainty way to pound a brewski, these Corona and Blue Moon cupcakes over on Erica's Sweet Tooth might just be for you. Erica chose Corona and Blue Moon not only because those are the two beers she prefers, but because she wanted to complement the cupcakes with a fruity frosting. Because the flavor of beer doesn't always survive baking, Erica poked holes in the cupcakes and brush some beer over them to make sure they maintained that Corona and Blue Moon essence.

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  10. Things We Saw Today: The Triumphant, Geeky Return of the Scrunchie

    Things We Saw Today

    This is just one use for a printed out 3D Hilbert curve. And what better than to resurrect hair accessories of the '80s and '90s by making them geek-friendly? (via Boing Boing)

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