"Porn Sex vs Real Sex: The Differences Explained With Food" is some extremely funny -- and sexually significant -- stuff, and has one of those absolutely perfect titles that require no explanation at all.
Porn Sex vs Real Sex: The Differences Explained With Food
From Quirk Books: a collection of shooped Ben and Jerry's flavors inspired by great books.
Keep Cool this National Ice Cream Month with Book-Inspired Flavors!
Chris-Rachael Oseland's "Captain America's Breakfast S.H.I.E.L.D." is a quick and delicious recipe that combines refried beans, salsa, a tortilla, shredded cheese, and an egg to recreate the Captain's iconic shield.
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Cakecrumbs, creator of the amazing Earth Cake, has topped that marvel with a Jupiter layer cake whose layers reveal the theoretical makeup of the gas giant. Its multiple layers represent "a core comprised mostly of rock and ice... surrounded by a layer liquid metallic hydrogen, and the outer layer is composed of molecular hydrogen."
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Kylaiajmaa made traditional gender rolls!
I made traditional gender rolls.
(via The Mary Sue)
Thingiverse's Cookie Cutter Customizer is a tool for taking doodles and sketches and turning them into 3D-printable cookie-cutters.
Thingiverse | Draw and Print Custom Cookie Cutters
Another bit of unidentified net-weird: sausage meat mixed with gummi bears. Shooped? Real? Only the shadow knows.
Update: Holy. Crap. It's real.
The original Ronald McDonald was pure nightmare fuel (click through for video of him in action). Fun fact: he was played by Willard Scott, who went on to be the weatherman on the Today Show.
The Original Ronald McDonald or The Joker?
(via Neil Gaiman)
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On Long John Silver's "Big Catch" meal: "This company is taking perfectly healthy fish and entombing it in a thick crust of batter and partially hydrogenated oil." -Center for Science in the Public Interest executive director Michael F. Jacobson. The dish has 16 days' recommended allowance of transfats.
Pork Shop's EAT ME shirt features "the grossest burger ever." It's a cookbook illustration from a Wolvertonian alternate universe. $18.
"EAT ME!" T-SHIRT
To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Heathrow Express train service from Paddington to the airport in London, a PR firm built a 4m-long cake shaped like a train on the platform, guarded by birds of prey to keep the pigeons away. Passengers were invited to eat the train on Monday.
Happy Birthday Heathrow Express! – A Train Made Entirely From Cake
(Image: Nathan Pask)
A group of Idaho "gun enthusiasts" have created a line
of ammunition meant to fight Islamic extremists. The bullets are coated in pork-infused paint. Apparently some people think that halal dietary laws are somehow related to lycanthropy.
Redditor Txmaluda works at a Whataburger and used their little ketchup-tubs to construct an AT-AT Walker during a slow shift. Bravo!
Update: From the comments, robcruickshank sez, "I hope the rebels mustard a defense." I hope so, too, Rob.
Assault walker I made from ketchup packets when I was bored at work. (i.imgur.com)
Ogilvy Colombia did a promotion for Coca-Cola wherein they dispensed The Black Waters of American Imperialism in rather appealing little bottles made of ice. I'm fond of ice shot-glasses full of vodka -- similar principle.
Ice marketing is hot (and eco-friendly)
McDonald's Singapore is selling a "Durian Crunch McFlurry" that combines soft-serve ice-cream with everyone's favorite stinkily delicious T-Rex-testicle-looking fruit. It sells for S$2.80 or about USD2.23. Singapore sports many spectacular shave-ice dessert places that combine durian with things like kidney beans, sweet corn and candied fruit (serving durian cold suppresses some of the eye-watering perfume), and I'd have one of those over anything McHorrible's produces any day.
Our newest McFlurry from McDonald's
(via Super Punch)