Loliware Edible Cups
Like an ice cream cone for your drink, Loliware edible cups allow you eat the vessel you just finished drinking from. Featuring flavors like Tart Cherry, Yuzu Citrus and Matcha Green Tea, this succulent glassware is the perfect gift to nourish your thirstiest loved ones.
Remind them of how tiny they are, how insignificant their mere 18 Earth years is compared to the glory of the universe and its countless eons with this lovely set of tumblers emblazoned with Hubble and Spitzer space telescope images of majestic nebulae.
Interstellar nebulae are some of nature’s most beautiful creations. If they even know what that sentence means, they’ll probably appreciate these. A serious science geek’s gift if there ever was one. You know that girl with a crush on Carl Sagan? She’ll probably cry when she opens this box.
Who doesn’t love being spoiled? It’s time to flip the script and butter up your parents with lots of uncensored praise. This little treasure trove of adulation will make Mom and Dad feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Return the pat on the back this anniversary, and seal it with a kiss!
For a 50-year-old chemistry teacher, alchemist or Breaking Bad fan, these scientific coasters are sure to go down well. Like Plutonium in water (it’s a heavy metal, don’t you know?) What’s that? You need to put a drink on each one to make it light up? No problem. ‘Bartender, 3 more please!’ Let’s get this party started.
Candle light has a soft, natural beauty that helps it remain popular even today, no matter how many people have burned their houses down. With the right decorative holders, not only can you eliminate the chance of catastrophic fire, you can even transform the candle’s light into a projector of unique artistic images. These glass tealight holders feature nature scenes and uplifting messages to promote the calming atmosphere every new home needs.
Everyone hates doing the dishes. Anything you can do to ease that burden will be appreciated. Take glassware for example. With Loliware when you finish your drink there’s no need to take it to the dishwasher. You just eat it, or save it for a midnight snack.
For the person who still hasn’t found that special someone and is living alone, figuring out if food from the back of the fridge is still OK to eat without someone to answer when they ask, “Honey, does this smell off to you?” can be a challenge, so this gift will be well appreciated.
We think the 30th birthday is about as young as we’d recommend for this gift. It looks like a magic wand, and operates pretty much like one, as an electric blue, 2,012° F arc erupts from the tip to light candles. Or light everything in the whole house playing wizard, if the younger kids get hold of it.