Because cargo shorts never went out of style (despite what everyone who sees me wearing them says — carpenter pants too), Hot Pockets has created a pair of shorts with an insulated hot pocket for keeping your Hot Pocket nice and toasty. Obviously, XZibit is into this. Hot Pockets, best
This is a video of two Buzzfeed Australia journalists (does that make me a journalist too?) ordering the same Subway sub as the person in front of them at the drive-thru, then rating those sandwiches. Of course they’re in Australia, so the sandwiches are already a little different. Also, I’ve
Because dream it and you can achieve it, this is a video of Willy Wonka’s son Amaury Guichon (previously) constructing a full-size foosball table entirely out of chocolate. As in, it’s ALL chocolate, from the legs to the poles to the players to the balls. He likely made the table
These are several videos from latte artist runapocket demonstrating the interactive foam art she creates. And by interactive I mean you make the figures jiggle — they’re not going to play video games with you or anything. Good lord, just how interactive were you expecting this latte art to be?
This is a video showing how a Akshaya Patra Foundation food kitchen in Bangalore, India prepares some 75,000 school meals for children in the span of four hours. The Foundation has over 65 kitchens in the country, producing over 2,000,000 meals daily. Wow! And apparently, just like the square pizza
This is a video of a person buying and taste-testing different cakes-in-a-can from a vending machine in Japan. Even as a cake aficionado (caker), those cakes look GOOD. I like how they’re served in transparent cans too so you can actually see what’s inside. Here in the U.S. they would
Because terrible ideas come to marketing professionals in all shapes and sizes, the company has produced a gaming chair to promote the McCrispy Chicken Sandwich (and be given away via a UK-only contest because life isn’t fair). The chair includes a fry holder, drink holder, two sauce holders, napkin holder
In what is arguably the most important time capsule of all time, TikTok user Sunday Nobody built and buried a 3,000-pound concrete sarcophagus not to be reopened for 10,000 years containing a single snack size bag of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos encased in resin for future civilizations to discover, and, presumably,