Serena Williams Just Fought Fatigue Mid-match Like No Tennis Player Ever Has Before

Jan 6, 2015 By Abraham 0

In the middle of a recent match, after her first set, Serena Williams was “dead.” So she decided to try a simple and proven technique for combatting tiredness (one we’ve almost all tried at some point). But this technique also happens to be absolutely unprecedented in professional tennis, so Williams had to make sure it was legal first.

After the ref said it was OK…she ordered an espresso.

35 Delicious Chocolate Chip Treats…That Aren’t Even Cookies

Jan 1, 2015 By Promoted Content 0

We all love chocolate chip cookies, but this list from Foodbeast shows there’s way more you can do with those little treats than just make cookies. The frozen hot chocolate and the cookie dough dip seem especially tantalizing…

How Much Is 200 Calories of Each Christmas Food

Dec 22, 2014 By Abraham 0

In complete opposition to the spirit of Christmas, here is a dismally guilt-inducing list of holiday foods from The Atlantic. Each pic shows how little of each item it takes to reach 200 calories.

Sorry everybody. It looks like it’s all Champagne, candy canes, and Clementines from here on out.

Let’s start with drinks…

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MasterChef Competitor Can’t Open a Jar. She’s About to Lose…but Dad Is in the Crowd.

Dec 18, 2014 By Abraham 2

During a timed competition on Brazil’s MasterChef, one of the cooks couldn’t open a container she needed for her recipe. Without it open — and fast — she would lose.

Try as she might, however, the lid would not come loose. She even went so far as to risk her fingers and pry it off with a knife. But then…

…she looks into the crowd, and there is Dad.

And to make the story perfect, it all ended with her winning.

MasterChef Winner

Good job, dad.

Insane Harvard Prof Threatens Mom-and-pop Restaurant Over $4. His Emails Are Unbelievable…

Dec 10, 2014 By Joey 18

When Ran Duan was 3 years old, his parents moved to the United States and started a small Chinese restaurant. They knew customer complaints would be part of the business, but they had no idea how petty some of those complaints could be.

The man pictured on the left below is attorney Ben Edelman. He holds four degrees from Harvard University and his an associate professor at Harvard Business School

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Last week, Edelman ordered food from Sichuan Garden, the Chinese restaurant where Duan, pictured on the right, works with his parents.

By Edelman’s own account, the food was good, but the attorney noticed an issue that he felt warranted the restaurant’s attention…

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Duan, who manages The Baldwin Bar inside his parents’ restaurant and was named “America’s Most Imaginative Bartender” by GQ Magazine just last month, wanted to rectify the situation, even if it was over just a few dollars.

Duan replied with this…

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