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Everyone knows that fast food isn't good for you, but we didn't know things were this bad. 

Counting down the 10 grossest things found in fast food, YouTuber MatthewSantoro tells of things much scarier than saturated fat. Santoro tells of tongue-eating louse in tunafish, nails in mac and cheese, and unpackaged condoms in clam chowder. Excuse me...

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Check out the rest of Matthew's list, and please, for the love of God, open your eyes before you take a bite. 

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The Women's March on Saturday was a resounding success for protesters, as more than one in 100 Americans joined in at one of the many demonstrations around the country (and around the world). 

But it was also a resounding success for Big Lebowski and Steve Buscemi fans because Steve Buscemi posed for a photo with a man who's sign reads, "Shut the fck up, Donny, you're out of your element." 

"Hey dude, I dig your sign" (Women's March in DC).
This dude gets it. Steve Buscemi definitely gets it. And now all of us get it. Great work, team. 

If you don't get it, the quote comes from the Coen brothers' 1997 cult classic film, The Big Lebowski, in which, John Goodman plays a psychologically unstable Vietnam war vet who frequently tells his good friend and bowling teammate, Donny (Steve Buscemi), to shut the f
ck up. 

Example:



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Other famous Donnys: that reality-TV gameshow host who took the office of president on Friday, Donny Trump. 

Namaste, get into your downward dog positions, and crack open a cold one. Class is in session. 

Perhaps in an effort to get beer drinkers and hell raisers into the ancient art of meditative stretching, a German Yoga studio has created a form of yoga mixed with barley and hops. BierYoga, the German Beer Yoga studio, combines "The joy of drinking beer and the mindfulness of yoga compliment each other, and make for an energizing experience," according to their website.

Now with a studio opening in Australia, Beer Yoga has crossed international waters. Check it out and sign me up.

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There are few things more American than punching a Nazi. So as citizens on both sides of the aisle took to the streets to engage in the American political discourse this weekend, one American took on the important job of punching a Nazi. After all, this is America, and in America, we don’t take kindly to the tenants of National Socialism.

At the Inauguration on Friday, Richard Spencer, the white supremacist known for leading a “Hail Trump” chant to a room of “sieg heil-ing" neo-Nazis and for coining the term “alt-right,” which is white supremacy with a cute haircut, was giving an interview when an American hero punched him in the side of the face. Just as Spencer began talking about Pepe the frog, too. 

Of the video, Spencer said on Periscope, "“I’m afraid this is going to become the meme to end all memes. That I’m going to hate watching this.” 

Actually, there's a whole Twitter account to making sure this is "the meme to end all memes," and it's called @PunchedToMusic. Here's a few selections from around the web. 

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As if there weren’t enough to worry about this year, vampire bats, the bats with the scariest name in the animal kingdom, have developed a taste for human blood. Yes, human blood. If you’re reading this and are human, that should rock you to your core.

According to a report from New Scientist, researchers in Brazil found traces of human blood in vampire bats’ feces. They report:

“Enrico Bernard from the Federal University of Pernambuco in Recife, Brazil, and his team analysed 70 faeces samples from a colony of hairy-legged vampire bats, D. ecaudata, living in Catimbau National Park in north-east Brazil.

“They found that three samples out of the 15 they managed to get DNA from had traces of blood from humans. ‘We were quite surprised,” says Bernard. “This species isn’t adapted to feed on the blood of mammals.’”

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The article goes on to say that vampire bats usually feed on birds, but due to human encroachment, they may have started moving on to most dangerous game… HUMAN. 

Well, 2017 is off to a great start.

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