Dip Your Sushi in A Shark Bite of Soy Sauce


Sushi is a funny thing. For starters, it’s the subject of interpretive fishy dances, which is questionable. However, the delicious Japanese cuisine is also a source of inspiration for awesome concepts, like this shark sushi plate.

Made by aviceramics, this clay creation is not only a clever piece of art, but it also serves as a soy sauce dish. It’s sort of like you’re fighting the jaws of death every time you go to dip your sushi, which, we’ll admit, would make us feel totally BA.

The only downside is that you might have the Jaws theme song stuck in your head while chowing down next to a toothy shark, making for a very dramatic meal.

H/T + Picthx Technabob


Minty Underpants, Butter and Thumb-Flavored Lollipops

Archie McPhee is the go-to place for campy confections, toys, accessories and all things bacon. They recently came out with the perfect stocking stuffers: one-of-a-kind lollipops shaped as different objects, each complete with their own theme, name and flavor. Adding to their collection of novelty lollipops is the Underpants Sucker, which (thankfully) tastes “minty fresh,” the too-realistic Thumb Sucker and the Shark Attack Sucker with the vicious head of a shark accompanied by a delightful blueberry taste. Oh, and make sure to check out the Butter Sucker that tastes like, well, butter.

Each cost $3.50, with the exception of the Googly Eyes which cost $8.00 because it comes in a pair of two and, as they point out, may be bigger than your stomach. Please don’t make anyone open a day on the Advent Calendar unless they get one of these.

via laughing squid