June 6, 2013 // 10:27 am
It’s easy to mock Chuck E Cheese for being gross and grimy, but is that just because we know better now or because we’ve gotten too old to not care?
A couple of days ago, satirical news site The Onion ran a story on how “America’s best value…
May 23, 2013 // 10:32 am
I was once eating out with a Japanese friend when he stopped and told me I was “using my chopsticks wrong.” Now, as a lifelong Asian-adjacent eater (we Filipinos are always told to fill out the “Pacific Islander” box, after all), this took me by surprise. Chopsticks . .…
May 13, 2013 // 12:04 pm
Heroes just can’t catch a break these days. Save the girl, lose the suit. Find your long lost biological family, accidentally fall for your sister and get your hand chopped off by your dad.
After thoughtfully giving us the room to remember why the first video was funny in…
April 25, 2013 // 1:09 pm
In which Tabasco is a dapper, crotchety old gentleman and Sriracha is a hip and trendy cock.
Okay folks, let’s rap. More precisely, let’s rap about Sriracha.
Sriracha is one of those internet-famous things, like bacon and memes, that everyone knows
April 23, 2013 // 8:00 am
Watching re-runs of American Idol and Kitchen Nightmares, you almost can’t help but wonder what kinds of childhood trauma guys like Simon Cowell and Gordon Ramsay had to go through in order to grow up so mean. But what if they were always like that? Remember when you were…
April 22, 2013 // 4:33 pm
At least, the PG-version. Because we all know Pokémon are secretly cannibals.
Two weeks ago, awkward-comedy (awk-com?) mastermind Mister Epic Mann brought us the ever-useful series of demonstrations of how to eat like different animals, and it didn’t take the internet long to spawn its inevitable parodies.…
April 13, 2013 // 7:00 am
Tell me about the first time you ever went to McDonald’s. Do you remember who was there with you? Do you remember how it made you feel?
According to at least one McDonald’s ad which recently ran in Boston, the answer for some people is probably “f*cking depressed.” The…
This Little Piggy Had a Chainsaw: Streetwear Brand ‘The Hundreds’ Paints a Grisly Picture of Farmer John Hypocrisy
February 26, 2013 // 12:01 pm
This is a story about love and death in the golden land, and it begins, of all things, with a pig.
Well, technically a lot of pigs. Real ones, inside a meat factory. And a lot of fake ones painted all around it.
Five miles south of Downtown Los…
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