Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Monday, March 29, 2010


Want to play video games with a girl but don't know any in real life? Well you're in luck, thanks to a new online service called GameCrush. For a minimum wage-y $6.60 you can play 10 minutes of XBox Live  with a scantily clad strumpet via webcam. Fun! Pathetic. That's so shameful I don't even know what to say.
"Girls somehow interested in this should know there's money to be made, with 60% of the proceeds from a match going to the "PlayDate", who at the conclusion of a game can be rated by the user on her "hotness, gaming skill, and flirtiness".
"GameCrush is restricted to those 18 years old and over, and players can select one of two kinds of match/date. I'll let the site's FAQ explain. "We have created two broad categories, "Flirty" and "Dirty" to help the PlayDate define and match her mood of gaming interaction and experience with those of the players. You can choose either option or both depending on how you feel!"

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Friday, March 26, 2010


Roll this around on your tongue: "bacon beer." Sounds delicious right? Well how about, oh I dunno, BACON-INFUSED BOURBON SMOKED PORTER? If you want to make your own, Grocery Eats has a recipe, which doesn't involve actually brewing your own beer.

Monday, March 22, 2010

I'm Here

Absolut Vodka has posted Spike Jonze's "I'm Here" short on the internet, so you should watch that at some point. Just a warning: the site says you must above the legal drinking age to watch, so I'm guessing it's not safe for work, either for content or because the constant reminder of vodka will send you back into a shameful spiral of alcoholism, and that should probably be postponed until at least after 5.

Anyway, click the pic.

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Best Picture... And Best Picture!

Jeepers! Until a few minutes ago, I knew nothing of Fifth Element director Luc Besson's Les Adventures Extraordinaires D'Adèle Blanc-Sec. Now that I've seen the trailer, it's my most anticipated upcoming release that involves a 1912 lady adventurer, a mummy in a bowler hat, and a pterodactyl.

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Friday, March 19, 2010

Dark Day

So, the World Wide Fund For Nature focuses on issues regarding conservation, research and restoration of the environment. And they encourage everyone to turn off their non-essential lights for Earth Hour on March 27th from 8:30 to 9:30PM to raise awareness for climate change. Which, whether you even believe in climate change or not, you've got to admit I am gonna go to the beach tomorrow.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

They're Not Magic?

Don't worry, you're not the only one who thought there was an explosive genie trapped inside. I'm right here with you.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

What Are You?

Catman, get it? It's a take on Batman but with "cat" instead of "bat" because, I don't know if you could tell or not, but that's a cat in the picture. I know, I know, the mask threw me off too.

Monday, March 15, 2010


So, instead of dogs it's wolverines. But it's not just wolverines... it's Wolverines!

Winslow Homer was a hack.

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Piece Of The Pi

So, it turns out it's, like. mid-March. I know, I thought it was still January too. But it isn't. It's March 14th, which -- 3.14 -- is Pi Day! And in five years it'll be 3.14.15. What a special one that'll be! And for everybody out there that's all, "it's actually 14.3.10 today," you know what -- YOU CAN'T RAIN ON THIS PI PARADE! YOU HEAR ME? You couldn't even hail on a cake walk!

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Friday, March 12, 2010

Handling Cans? Can Handle!

The Can Grip snaps on to any standard aluminum can providing the drinker with not only a handle, but a coaster. Yay future!

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

A Little Dab'll Do Ya'

"Color me up!" toilet paper serves as some sort of advertisement for some sort of company. I can't really read it, but their logo looks like a meditating Rasta. But that's not what's important, what's important IS THAT YOU STAY BETWEEN THE LINES!

Friday, March 05, 2010

25 Or 6 To 10:35

Fair enough, the "Mc10:35" isn't actually a secret McDonald's menu item because you have to buy two separate sandwhichs and put them together yourself. However, it is rare and dangerously delicious looking.
"I heard about this from a cashier at one of the local McDonald's. He said it's getting kind of a cult following in San Francisco.

"1. Go to McD's right when they are transitioning from breakfast to lunch.

"2. Order one of the remaining Egg McMuffins from the breakfast menu and also order a McDouble since the lunch menu is now open.

"3. Take the egg and Canadian bacon from the Egg McMuffin and put it on the McDouble.

"The guy at the register said people call it a Mc10:35 because that's pretty much the only time you can pull this off.

"They're damn good when hungover!"

You know what else is damn good when hungover? A bacon and aspirin omelet. Also, puking helps sometimes.

Thursday, March 04, 2010


Okay, that's clever... but I would have also torn off the top half of the green sign and penciled in "For a Good Time." No iPod AND solicitations for sexual favors -- you'll think twice before losing something else, Caroline!

Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Monday, March 01, 2010

Oh, Man.

Bad news for guys who can't grow a beard. A recent study finds that ind a little facial hair and a geeky personality the two biggest turn-ons.
"Despite complaining that it looks unkempt and feels rough to touch, the unshaven look on a man is actually a turn-on for 41 per cent of women.

"A slightly geeky personality came second, proving that women really do like a guy who knows their stuff when it comes to technology.

"A hairy chest was voted third, followed by a man who loves to read or cries at a soppy film. Other secret turn-ons to feature in the top ten include grey hair, glasses and being a passionate supporter of a sports team.

"The poll of 2,500 women also revealed that 91 per cent would actually prefer a guy who had a few flaws over someone who is perfect. And more than half would rather a guy who was soft and cuddly instead of toned and muscly."