The candies themselves are fatter and less uniform than traditional M&M’s. More radically, these M&M’s have no candy shell — just a shiny topcoat with a marbleized, almost metallic-looking finish in bright colors.
There are five flavors — mint chocolate, mocha, triple chocolate, raspberry almond and chocolate almond — sold in a 6-ounce package for $3.99. Instead of lying in a rectangular brown bag, M&M’s Premiums sit in an upright cardboard box with a clear window that shows off the candy.
Yeah, I’m a sucker for chocolate and I will be sure to get my box.
It’s the hottest season of the year in Japan, and that means it’s eel season. So, bottom’s up!
A canned drink called “Unagi Nobori,” or “Surging Eel,” made by Japan Tobacco Inc., hit the nation’s stores this month just ahead of Japan’s annual eel-eating season.
“It’s mainly for men who are exhausted by the summer’s heat,” Hayashi said of the beverage, believed to be the first mass-produced eel drink in Japan.
Many Japanese believe eating eel boosts stamina in hot weather.
The fizzy, yellow-colored drink contains extracts from the head and bones of eel and five vitamins — A, B1, B2, D and E — contained in the fish. The $1.30 drink costs about one-tenth as much as broiled eel, but has a similar flavor.
Imagine what the burps taste like after guzzling one of these beauties!
Cornish pasty makers in Cornwall moved a step closer to securing branding and marketing rights for the traditional snack after the government backed their European bid for regional protection.
If successful, only pasty makers in Cornwall that use traditional methods and recipes for the meat and vegetable snack will be able to use the trademark, barring copy-cat like products from branding and marketing their products as Cornish pasties.
Any trademark would cover the Cornish pasty’s traditional recipe and appearance. A genuine Cornish pasty has a distinctive D shape with the pastry crimped on one side, never on top.
It is filled with minced or roughly cut chunks of beef, swede or turnip, potato and onion.
The pasty originated as a meal the tin miners could easily pack for a lunch. It contains hunks of beef and local veggies. Think of an American pot pie, folded in half with heartier fillings, and you get the picture.
Here are three commercials for Keystone Light beer, which all involve hot chicks in the local quickee mart running into dopey guys who just want to get some tasty beer. For this first one, a chick takes it on the schnoz for helping the dopey guy open the beer cooler.
And this should also be a poke to the eye of all those haters out there that think McDonalds is evil, like Morgan Spurlock. The company feeds more people than the United Nations, and its healthier than anything provided by the UN too. You can even lose weight eating there, as proven by Chris Coleson from Virginia.
A Virginia man lost about 80 pounds in six months by eating nearly every meal at McDonald’s. Not Big Macs, french fries and chocolate shakes. Mostly salads, wraps and apple dippers without the caramel sauce.
Chris Coleson tipped the scales at 278 pounds in December. The 5-foot-8 Coleson now weighs 199 pounds and his waist size has dropped from 50 to 36.
The 42-year-old businessman from Quinton says he chose McDonald’s because it’s convenient.
Coleson says his goal is to get back to the 185 pounds he weighed when he married Tricia Summer. Their 10th anniversary is Saturday.
Now the question is- Will McDonald’s try to capitalize on this man’s success to market its fresh food?
I know, I’m a bad webmaster for not having updated in so long. Well here’s a great beer ad, and I hope it makes up for the absence. Its from Pure Blonde Beer, and Australian beer with ultra low carbs and full rich flavor.
This video could have been edited better to cut out the wasted parts on non-burping, but there are some real gems in this clip. This chick has a big rack, loves sodas, and allows her boyfriend to film her while she belches. Click to marvel.
This isn’t the best I’ve heard, but its funny and features Diet Coke. And the guy is a comic book freak judging my his awesome collection of action figures tacked to the walls of his basement. Click below to enjoy.
5. 5 Dollar. 5 Dollar Footlong. Simple, yet effective, this is probably Subway’s best commercial ever. The jingle is catchy and the food looks yummy. click below to see the ad then go to subway for a footlong.