This Stack of Pancakes Is Actually a Pair of Socks; Starbucks to Finally Serve Almond Milk

This Stack of Pancakes Is Actually a Pair of Socks; Starbucks to Finally Serve Almond Milk

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Ariel Knutson
Aug 10, 2016
(Image credit: Otaku Mode)
  • That stack of pancakes you see above might look delicious, but you can't eat them because they are actually socks. Yes, pancake socks! Otaku Mode, the retailer of said socks, also socks that look like pizza, sushi, and bread.
  • Starbucks announced yesterday that they will star offering almond milk on September 6th at 4,600 stores nationwide. "We created our own almond milk recipe to complement our hot, iced and Frappuccino® blended beverages" says Yoke Wong, manager on Starbucks beverage R&D team. You can add the new nut milk to your drink for an additional 60 cents.
(Image credit: Joel Paglione)
  • Sick of getting water rings on your table because of your glass? Now you don't have to worry! Joel Paglione has created the first levitating cup and is looking to get the project funded on Kickstarter . Paglione describes how the cup works: 'Working via a system of magnets and an electrical field, the Levitating CUP features a metallic base that enables the cup to float above the table at zero gravity, completely weightless, and remain that way uninterrupted indefinitely." Say goodbye to coasters forever.
  • Oreo has been known to create some incredibly bizarre flavors, but this one might just be the weirdest. Swedish Fish Oreos are a real thing that exists and are only sold at Kroger. Here's what they taste like.
  • On August 1st, the annual American Cheese Society Competition was held in Des Moines, Iowa. The competition included 1,843 cheeses from 250 companies. The winner this year for best cheese in the United States was Little Mountain from Roelli Cheese Company, Inc. of Shullsburg, Wisconsin. Little Mountain is a delicious washed rind alpine cheese made with raw cow's milk.
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