Abbi Price, a teenager from Coventry, UK, celebrated her 18th birthday last week — a little bit too much, as you'll see.
The Florida State Seminoles begin their college football season next week, but FSU wide receiver Travis Rudolph is arguably already the MVP.
The team was visiting Montford Middle School and decided to grab some lunch in the cafeteria. There, Rudolph saw Bo Paske eating alone and asked if he could sit next to him.
There’s no shortage of “real” food porn, so to speak, in terms of pictures of fancy food beautifully plated and displayed for all to enjoy. But what about the frozen pizza? The hot dogs? The macaroni and cheese?
Look no further, my foodie friends.
These people value the humble food they prepare, and they think it deserves the chance to be displayed and shared for all to enjoy…but, honestly, I think I’ll pass.
A Deconstructed Hot Dog
Let's be real and say that a lot of wedding receptions can be, shall we say, kind of template and boring.
I told you that you don’t want to know, but apparently you’re not heeding my warning. So as long as you’re here, I should warn you: This is “adult” material. Yes, talking about the McChicken from McDonald’s is not for the faint of heart today, my friends.
If you noticed #McChicken was trending on Twitter but didn’t investigate further, good call, because what you would have found is something so disgusting it would make finding a video of a McChicken being made look delightful.
This pretty much sums it up.
The Pokémon Go craze is still alive and well, and if you’re walking around your town trying to catch ’em all and need to refuel, we have an adorable option for you — Pokémon-themed burgers.
That's right. The Sydney-based burger joint Down N’ Out just created three banging burgers inspired by none other than the Pikachu, Charmander and Bulbasaur Pokémon characters.
This is 31-year-old Colin Ross from Alberta who was laid off from his job in the oil industry.
Daughter Gets a Hilariously Huge Guilt Trip From Mom For Eating Ice Cream That ‘Belonged’ To Their Cat
Jenny Katz, a 20-year-old from Burbank, California, has a 17-year-old cat named Coco who’s always been “treated like royalty” by her family, especially her mom.
Have you ever been at the beach and thought, “I don’t want my skin to fry, but I also want to smell like fried chicken?”