Jonathan Fallon

Back in February, Taco Bell announced that it would begin hosting summer weddings at its Cantina flagship restaurant in Las Vegas, and kicked things off with an all expenses paid Love and Tacos Contest. If you were one of the many taco devotees who didn’t win, and have been holding off on tying the knot until the dream venue was available for bookings, you’ll be happy to know that your planning can now begin. Read more on That’s Nerdalicious

Japan-based footwear manufacturer Narageta has reimagined traditional Japanese wooden “geta” sandals by giving them a feline twist. The result are these cat-shaped offerings dubbed “Nyarageta” – a name which combines “Nya” (meow) and Nara (the city where they’re made). [click to continue…]

In the wake of the wildly successful Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout ride, Disney has been finding new and edible ways to capitalize on the cash cow that is Groot cuteness.

First, “I Am Groot” sipper cups began popping up for sale, and now Disneyland has debuted bread shaped like the sentient tree’s head. Read more on That’s Nerdalicious

Etsy seller Alisa of Liskaflower has channeled her love for Japanese polymer clay into a series of brooches and pendants fashioned in a style that most have likely never seen before. [click to continue…]

We haven’t discovered wormholes yet, but you can get yourself engaged to the concept with this wormhole ring by Shapeways user Dustin Dennis (aka Polygonal Encyclopedia). [click to continue…]

Pokémon fanatics will recognize Poké Balls as devices used to catch and store Pocket Monsters. However, Bandai is changing things up a bit with a series of 11 Poké Balls designed to dispense breath mints. See more on That’s Nerdalicious

NYC-based eatery Pop Pasta has combined the popular Neapolitan spaghetti pie with an American donut to create a new frankenfood aptly referred to as the spaghetti donut. See more on That’s Nerdalicious

As part of a promotional stunt to attract Germans to Mexico, The Mexico Tourism Board teamed up with creative agency LAPIZ to create a man-made cloud that actually rains tequila. See it in action on That’s Nerdalicious

While contemplating interior design for a Ghostbusters-themed tiny house, Dave Delisle of Dave’s Geeky Ideas drew inspiration from their iconic ghost traps, repurposing them into what are quite possibly the most desirable/functional wall hooks nerds will ever encounter. [click to continue…]

McDonald’s has a reputation of serving some of the best fountain Coca-Cola around, and now we know the reason. Find out the secret on That’s Nerdalicious