When I talk about something explosive in relation to food, it usually isn’t a very good thing.  Normally it is the consequence of food not agreeing with me.  However, in today’s case, explosives and food is a very good combination!  While I would never normally endorse the combination of the two (unless you are part of the Mythbusters team), this Worms Holy Hand Grenade cake is not lethal so I am not too worried about it.

This amazing Worms Holy Hand Grenade cake was made by Snickerdoodles Bakery of Hampstead, MD for a guy named Steve for his 30th birthday.  Apparently his wife and a friend decided to get this cake for him and I would say it made for a pretty awesome birthday!

I’m still five years away from hitting that big 30 milestone but I already think I want a cake like this for my 30th birthday!

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Worms Cake

Worms Holy Hand Grenade Cake

[Source:  Worms on Facebook]

I could be wrong, but judging by all of the amazing Star Wars cakes I have posted in the past, it seems like a logical conclusion to say that Star Wars fans are also huge cake lovers.

In the past, I have posted a couple of cool AT-AT cakes including a kind of squished looking AT-AT cake and an AT-AT cake with an incredible amount of detail and I think the cake below fits somewhere between them.

This beautifully colored and slightly shiny AT-AT cake was created by Cake Central Member Odry Cakes.  I don’t know any of the yummy details of this cake but it is still fun to look at.  However, I am very curious to know what it is standing in.

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AT-AT Cake

Star Wars AT-AT Cake

[Source:  Odry Cakes via Between the Pages]

Stained glass feels like a bit of a lost art these days.  It seems kind of rare to see it outside of big churches which I find to be an absolute shame.  I’ve posted some really geeky stained glass creations in the past such as the Halo Legendary Spartan Shield stained glass and the Half Life Gordon Freeman stained glass but it seems pretty rare that I come across any cool stained glass.  That is why when I saw this Master Chief helmet lamp made with stained glass, I knew I had to post it!

This amazing Halo Master Chief Helmet stained glass lamp was created by DeviantART user mclanesmemories.  This Master Chief helmet lamp measures 9″ tall x 9″ wide and 14″ front to back and took around 40 hours over two weeks to make.  I’d say it turned out quite well!

The best part is that this can be yours if your pockets are deep enough.  They are selling this for $840 in case there is anybody out there in major need of this lamp for their desk.

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Halo Helmet Stained Glass Lamp

Halo Master Chief Helmet Stained Glass Lamp

Halo Helmet Stained Glass Lamp

Halo Master Chief Helmet Stained Glass Lamp

[Source:  mclanesmemories via Nerd Approved]

I remember as a kid that a lot of people would collect Popsicle sticks to do arts and crafts but unless I had to do stuff like that in school or something, I never really messed with them as I wasn’t the arts and crafts type.  After I finished eating a Popsicle, I would enjoy the joke printed on the stick and then just toss them.  I never gave a second thought to doing anything cool with them.

Well, if you have some Popsicle sticks laying around and you are a Star Wars fan, perhaps you can do what Instructables member popsicle_mini-models did and create mini AT-STs out of them!  You can check out the step-by-step guide over at Instructables if you think this is a project worth trying, otherwise just sit back and enjoy the picture below!

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AT-ST Popsicle Models

Star Wars AT-ST Popsicle Models

[Source:  Instructables via That's Nerdalicious]

As somebody who only wears t-shirts, cufflinks are among the last things I have any use for, but I still admire geeky cufflinks.  In the past, I have posted some pretty geeky cufflinks like the Legend of Zelda Hylian Shield cufflinks and the Pac-Man cufflinks, but being a big Doctor Who fan, I think these Cyberman cufflinks might just be my favorite.

For the Doctor Who loving cufflink wearers out there, Amazon is selling this pewter Cyberman cufflink set for just $27.50.  They are officially licensed in case that matters to you.

Now you can go around yelling DELETE! at whatever black tie affair you happen to be attending!

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Cyberman Cufflinks

Doctor Who Cyberman Cufflinks

[Source:  Amazon via Geek Alerts]

Ever since we got an automatic ice maker put into my freezer, we haven’t the the need or room in the freezer to continue making our ice the old fashioned way with trays.  Even though I’m no longer having to make my own ice, I still enjoy posting about geeky ice cube trays I come across such as the the R2-D2 ice cube trays and the X-Wing ice cube trays I have posted in the past.  Well, now we have another awesome Star Wars ice cube tray to add to the group!

Actually, to call this a tray would be a bit of a stretch even though that is what the official product page says.  Instead, I am just going to call this a mold.

The geeky folks over at Neatoshop are selling this cool (pun intended) Death Star ice cube mold for just $19.95.  That seems a bit much for only being able to make a single Death Star shaped ball of ice at a time but I suppose its worth it if you really love Star Wars.

No matter what the price, I would love to have a Death Star floating in my glass of water!

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Death Star Ice Cube

Death Star Ice Cube

Death Star Ice Cube Mold

Death Star Ice Cube Mold

[Source:  Neatoshop]