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Peanut Butter And Jelly Soda: Drink Your Favorite Snack From the Past

Jones Soda Peanut Butter And Jelly Soda

 

Too lazy to make yourself a peanut butter and jelly sandwich? Just grab a bottle of Jones’ Peanut Butter And Jelly Soda and gulp it down instead! The dark purple concoction is the latest limited edition carbonated beverage from Jones to hit the shelves. Inspired by the most-loved sandwich in the world, the soda combines the tart flavor of grape jelly with nutty peanut butter for a truly unique beverage.

Even those who are allergic to peanuts are welcome to try the soda as its free from any traces of peanuts. Jones’ Peanut Butter and Jelly Soda is available in packs of four for $12.99.

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Cruel Joke: Sinister Ghost Pepper Gummy Bears

Ghost Pepper Gummy Bears

 

Some practical jokes are funny, while others are just plain mean. These Evil Hot Gummi Bears are somewhere in the middle, although it mostly depends on who you’re pranking and how they take it as well. They look like typical gummy bears, save for the fact that they’re flavored with Naga chili peppers that’ll burn your tongue and set your insides on fire.

Hand them off to unsuspecting victims or chew a couple ones yourself if you’re up to the challenge. The Evil Hot Gummi Bears are available online for £5.99 (about $10.)

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Must Try: Kono Serves Up Pizza in a Cone

Pizza Cone

Pizza comes in many shapes, sizes, and flavors. Now you can enjoy your favorite snack-slash-meal fuss-free and minus the mess that comes when you use your hands with these cone pizzas thanks to Kono Pizza. The chain operates in 130 locations worldwide and offers pizza cones filled with typical pizza toppings like cheese, bacon, ham, and sausages, to not-so-typical fillings like Tiramisu with cream, biscuit, and coffee syrup.

Kono also claims that their pizza cones are healthier than your average slices, thanks to their thin crust, reduced grease, and “low-moisture cheese.” The first two we get, but we’re not so sure about the last one. Regardless, these pizza cones are worth trying, especially if you’ve got a Kono near you.

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French Fry Vending Machine Dispenses Hot Fries in 90 Seconds

French Fry Vending Machine

This is one vending machine that I’d love to see in my office.

It’s a french fry vending machine and it dispenses hot fries in less than two minutes. This particular machine is located in Chaussee de Gand-Steenweg op Gent in Brussels, Belgium and it costs €2.50 (about ~$3.35) for a cup of hot, crispy fries. Buyers can choose to have their fries topped with either mayo or ketchup, although it’s too bad the machine doesn’t allow you to get both. You get a generous serving in the cup and I’m definitely willing to fork over a couple of bucks to get my fill of fries anytime I want.

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Toasted Scorpions, Anyone?

Who says snacks have to be made of sugar or oily potatoes? No one, actually, but we couldn’t think of a better way of introducing the Toasted Scorpion snack you see above. We’re not saying it’s a good intro: we’re saying we’re creatively stunted. The Toasted Scorpions on the other hand are about as creative a snack as you’re going to find. These are sustainably farmed and delicately detoxified, bona fide scorpions that have been salted and toasted and packed for your snacking delight. So, no, they’re not poisonous. They are reportedly high in protein and low in fat and are sure to get the whole office talking if you find the courage to bring a pack of these tasty arachnids in, and eat it in front of your co-workers.

It’s £12 or about $20 for a box that contains roughly 5 scorpions. No one said exotic snack were cheap.

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