This guy’s bizarre drinking skill guarantees him friends in any bar he ever goes to…

July 17, 2014 | No comments

If you’re capable of pouring beer like this, then you will never need to wonder how to strike up a conversation with strangers at the bar…

(via Reddit)

The best interviewee in baseball hilariously explains why he eats bananas

July 16, 2014 | 1 comment

Blue Jays shortstop Munenori Kawasaki has mastered the art of second-language interviewing. He may not speak English as well as the rest of us, but he’s way funnier and more confident, especially when he’s talking about how to avoid craps…I mean, cramps…

These 10 corporations make almost all your food

July 11, 2014 | 3 comments

In any ordinary grocery store, there is a shocking array of culinary options awaiting your possible purchase. But a quick look at this chart shows that, despite the numerous foods, there are very few food companies.

Almost everything in the store is from one of these ten corporations…

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To make the products easier to see, here is each company’s section of the graph enlarged…

Coca-Cola

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Funny $10 Kickstarter for potato salad has raised thousands, but comes with a very important risk…

July 7, 2014 | No comments

When Zack Brown opened his Kickstarter for potato salad, he couldn’t have imagined it would get as big as it has.

Zack set a goal of just $10 for his project, which had a simple purpose:

Basically I’m just making potato salad. I haven’t decided what kind yet.

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With that insanely simple premise, he quickly raised about $100.

Zack’s bewildering project gained a little more steam four days ago when it was posted to a subreddit dedicated to crappy Kickstarters. From there, the project has spiraled out of control, with Zack now having raised thousands of dollars to make what will have to be an epic potato salad.

The more incentives Zack comes up with, the more people snatch them up.

After hitting his initial $10 goal, Zack added a few stretch goals…

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