Tuesday, February 24, 2009
I guess it's a commercial for pizza, but I'm not entirely sure. After watching it I had the same reaction as Homer Simpson after he watched the Mr. Sparkle commercial.
Friday, February 20, 2009
Can you imagine the anticipation that must grip this guy waiting for them to play the one song that he's worked so hard to bust a routine to?
The Joe The Blogger Investigation Unit has been hard at work trying to find out some details about the dancer. JTBIU has found out that his name is Jeremy Fry, and has a serious thing for Bon Jovi and attention from crowds.
Personally, I'd avoid inviting him to your next karaoke jam or 80s party.
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
It's a chicken, inside of a duck, inside of a turkey, with the whole thing wrapped in bacon. This is just one of the many disturbing, yet somewhat appetizing dishes featured on thisiswhyyourefat.com.
Looking at some of these things is like looking at a deep-fried chocolate-coated train wreck. It's awful and disturbing, yet impossible to look away.
This one might be my favorite, it's a McNuggetini: A McDonald’s chocolate milkshake with vanilla vodka, rimmed with BBQ sauce and garnished with a chicken McNugget.
Thursday, February 12, 2009
Apparently to scientists in India, nothing.
In a country that has boycotted Coke and Pepsi since 1984, their new take on a refreshing summer beverage involves moving forward with a drink made from cow urine and herbs.
"Don't worry, it won't smell like urine and will be tasty too," said project leader Om Prakash. "It's going to be very healthy. It won't be like carbonated drinks and would be devoid of any toxins."
I'm glad their addressing this, because if there's one single drawback to urine-based drinks, it's got to be the smell.
Somewhere, executives from Sunny D (formerly known as Sunny Delight) must be thrilled to know that somebody has finally made something more disgusting than the swill they've been pushing on kids for years.
Tuesday, February 3, 2009
Those poles can really sneak up on you.
Apparently not everyone realized this was a prank, including a few clueless motorists.
"It's kind of crazy. I'm totally confused," said one motorist. "I'm kind of expecting … dinosaurs to run down the road, or something."
Another puzzled motorist said, "Which raptors?" before adding that he hadn't seen the sign.
This comes less than a week after someone hacked into electronic road signs in Texas to warn about Zombies.I'm certainly not endorsing the practice of hacking into road signs, but I think an award should be given for the most creative hacked sign.