December 24, 2009
December 22, 2009
Some guy in Texas is claiming that he found a chunk of a rat’s jaw mixed in with his frozen vegetable medley that he purchased from WalMart. Yum.
From Slashfood here:
An East Texas man claims he found a fragment of a rat’s jawbone in a package of frozen vegetables he bought at Walmart.
Ben Leonard of White Oak, Texas, told KLTV-TV that his wife found the fragment in a package of Walmart’s Great Value brand frozen mixed vegetables. The family ate the vegetables before they figured out the fragment was likely a rat’s jaw.
“She thought it was a big chunk of corn cob or something and the further I got into it the more I thought, ‘Oh no, this is rat’s jaw!'” Leonard told KLTV.
December 18, 2009
Use your hand.
December 16, 2009
December 14, 2009
NYC health department is on its way to outlawing sugar-based drinks, starting with this offensive and gross ad:
December 10, 2009
December 8, 2009
A unicorn, leprachaun and a T-Rex go to Dennys after a heavy night of partying.
November 30, 2009
November 27, 2009
Bacon and beer. Two magical words, either of which will get me up from my chair and into the kitchen or pub. Thanks to [GAS] for the link!
November 14, 2009
November 12, 2009
This is just a typical German woman on a train.
November 12, 2009
Here is a cute chick tearing one out, but as a pro tip: Move the microphone back or put a sponge over it to prevent the overmodulation.
November 12, 2009
From the Jimmy Neutron TV movie:
October 28, 2009
Mmmm. 100 year old whiskey…. Bet its yummy. In fact, they are sending a special team to Antarctica to find out how good it is.
From Globalpost here:
This spit of black volcanic rock that juts out along the coast of Antarctica is an inhospitable place. Temperatures drop below –50 Fahrenheit and high winds cause blinding snowstorms. The only neighbors are a colony of penguins that squawk incessantly and leave a pungent scent in their wake.
But if you happen upon the small wooden hut that sits at Cape Royds and wriggled yourself underneath, you’d find a surprise stashed in the foot and a half of space beneath the floorboards. Tucked in the shadows and frozen to the ground are two cases of Scotch whisky left behind 100 years ago by Sir Ernest Shackleton after a failed attempt at the South Pole.
Conservators discovered the wooden cases in January 2006. They were unable to dislodge the crates, but are going in with special tools in January during the Antarctic summer to try to retrieve them. An international treaty dictates that the crates, and any intact bottles that are inside, remain in Antarctica unless they need to be taken off the continent for conservation reasons. The whisky’s condition after a century of freezing and thawing is unknown.
October 25, 2009
The security tapes of a drunk dude trying to buy beer has gone viral. This is a version of that, which I find absolutely hilarious!
October 22, 2009
Brad Garrett broke into showbiz doing a 7-up commercial 25 years ago. Now he’s back with one of the funniest commercials for a soft drink I’ve seen in a while. Enjoy.
October 19, 2009
The Michelob Amberbock is a good beer, but this commercial is better.
October 17, 2009
This print ad below was for Jamieson’s Raspberry Ale in Australia. Disney didn’t like it much, so the ad campaign was suspended.
From the Telegraph here:
The x-rated advertisement, for Jamieson’s Raspberry Ale, depicts the fairytale heroine blowing smoke rings while lying in bed with seven semi-clad dwarves.
In this Disney dystopia, Snow White has been renamed “Ho White”, while the loveable dwarves Sleepy, Happy and Doc are rebranded Filthy, Smarmy and Randy – supposedly to represent different types of drinkers.
The idea was to convince Australian drinkers that the fruit-flavoured beer was “anything but sweet”.
However, the advertisement has reportedly angered Disney, the entertainment giant which licenses Snow White.
Here is another photo of the characters to help you know who’s who.
October 16, 2009
I would love to try one of these new Pepsi products with real sugar in it. Whether this is in response to the whackjobs that think High Fructose Corn Syrup is bad for you or if that ingredient is just too expensive, or if it just tastes better, I’m not sure which. But I like the marketing and will certainly try the product. Check out more here.