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From That’s Nerdalicious: The original Harry Potter cauldron mug has been upgraded for a more realistic look. It even comes with a spoon so that you can properly mix your Folgerserum Eye Opener potion.

Harry Potter: Toil and Trouble Cauldron Mug ($19.99 shipped)

From That’s Nerdalicious: Some say that the unicorn tiki mug was the chalice of Dionysus himself. But that’s only one of the many legends surrounding these vessels. Those who have raised the mug to their lips tell tales of its mysterious powers—from turning water into glitter to curing canker sores. I wouldn’t be surprised if all of these stories are true. They also come in white and pink, which is nice. Unicorn Tiki Mugs ($21.79)

Subsisting on microwaveable ramen wouldn’t be so bad if you were eating it out of a unicorn bowl right? Elodie is the bowl for that job. Or should I say bowls? Yes I should, because Elodie is two bowls in one. See more on That’s Nerdalicious

ThinkGeek has just dropped their Star Wars series of ceramic snack bowls in Chewbacca, Jabba the Hutt, and Wampa styles, and I’m already wondering if I could handle filling them with sugary cereal so I could use them EVERY SINGLE DAY. See more on That’s Nerdalicious

Gladiators were the sports celebrities of their time. If they existed today, I’m sure that the Gratiator Cheese Grater would be endorsed by a champion. I can picture the commercial now: the gladiator stands victorious over a wheel of parmesan. He looks up for the signal from the crowd and they respond with thumbs down. The gladiator could simply stab the cheese, but he chooses to grate it. A gruesome but fitting end for a competitor that didn’t put up a fight in the arena. See more on That’s Nerdalicious

From That’s Nerdalicious: This Mrs. Potts teapot looks like it came right out of the animated Beauty and the Beast film. It is an actual, functional teapot—but I wouldn’t be surprised if it starting singing or solving murders.

Beauty and the Beast Mrs. Potts Sculpted Ceramic Teapot ($49.99)

This is an in-game replica lunchbox from the Nuka-World DLC for Fallout 4. Inside you’ll find stickers—which is cool, but I was kind of hoping for a sandwich and a Nuka Cola (preferably not irradiated). See more on That’s Nerdalicious

Everyone needs a good umbrella, so why not get one with a Deadpool chimichanga print and a hot sauce carrying case? Plus, it’s only $13 right now with Box Lunch’s 30% off sale. Keep telling yourself that this is a very logical, practical purchase. See more on That’s Nerdalicious

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

Disney/Lucasfilm is determined to Star Wars up everything in your kitchen that’s even remotely lightsaber-shaped. There have been lightsaber immersion blenders, cutlery, BBQ tools and even chopsticks. Now you can add lightsaber salt and pepper grinders to that list. See more on That’s Nerdalicious