These are all things I would eat. Except the “Mice Krispies.” Maybe. (Thanks Emily.)
A food-related video posted on a new favorite blog, English Russia. Not cute, definately disturbing.
That about sums it up, don’t it?
This is worth looking at for the function of the graphic alone.
I can’t decide if this gross or not. Personal magazine copies are probably safe, but this raising interesting questions about magazines in waitingrooms and lobbies.
Cute, but seriously.
If you have to ever have to cover a Wienermobile crash, let’s hope you make it as entertaining as George Osgood does.
I don’t see this as a joke, really.
I love foie gras, but five courses is a bit much. As is $647.50 per head.
Sorry for the two Burger King-related items in a row, but I think these ads are actually pretty good. And BK says they’re working.
While it’s fun to play stuff the Flash programers, it’s kind of a sick twist on reality. You know, all those Burger King chickens confined in battery cages to serve our whims.
Perhaps my favorite part:
Q: Pringles are reconstituted and have flavor powder and some are even imprinted. Are Pringles molecular gastronomy?
A: No, Pringles are junk food.
Q: What’s the difference?
A: About 30 bucks an ounce.