This Baby Wants to Eat a Popsicle, but Dad’s Laugh Is Too Freaking Hilarious

Oct 9, 2014 By Abraham 0

Little Heath is just trying to enjoy a sweet snack before mom gets home, but dad won’t quit coughing. And, as we all know, dad coughing is the funniest thing in the world…

These 12 people have no clue how to spaghetti

Sep 24, 2014 By Abraham 0

We’re used to babies slopping delicious noodles and sauce all over themselves when they try to eat spaghetti…

Baby Spaghetti

But we expect people to be able to successfully create and consume this Italian standby by the time they reach adulthood. But it doesn’t always happen…

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14 food issues that divide us all. Do people really put ketchup on their fries like that?!

Sep 18, 2014 By Abraham 1

There are lots of questions in life where it seems like there are only a couple possible answers — the sort of issues that lead us to say the classic phrase, “There are two types of people…”

Indian online restaurant guide Zomato put together a list of such divisive issues with a focus on food— everything from “Are you a tea or coffee person?” to whether you’re the sort to pay the bill or conveniently duck out to use the restroom when the waiter brings the check.

For most of these, both sides have merit. All except the question of how you eat ketchup with your fries…

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Competitive eater challenges hamster to a hot dog eating contest. Guess who wins…

Sep 16, 2014 By Abraham 0

Takeru Kobayashi is a competitive eater who holds the world record for number of hotdogs consumed. He has eaten 110 in 10 minutes with buns, and 60 dogs in a mere 2 minutes when buns weren’t a part of the equation.

So who could possibly compete with this guy? A hamster, that’s who.

Give Kobayashi a platter piled high with hotdogs and give a hamster a similar number of hotdogs, but sized down to match his size proportionally, and see who can eat more faster…

Would-be groom turns prepaid reception into charity ball after his wedding is called off

Sep 11, 2014 By Megan Berman 3

Several months ago, Phil Laboon asked the woman he thought was the love of his life to marry him. But, unfortunately, things didn’t work out for them and they called off the wedding. So Phil was left with a scheduled reception that had already been paid for — almost $20,000 of food, drink, and entertainment.

Instead of feeling sorry for himself, he decided to make the best of a bad situation, and used his prepaid wedding resources to host a charity ball.


Selling out all the $75 tickets and taking additional donations online and at the party, Laboon and friends raised tens of thousands of dollars for the Surgicorps International, which performs free surgeries for children in developing countries.

The nonprofit has performed over 4,000 surgeries in over 18 countries and looks forward to being able to continue their mission thanks in part to the generosity of Laboon and all his guests.

Laboon explained…

It was obviously pretty heartbreaking for everybody involved. But this ended up becoming a really good scenario…. Bad things happen, but nothing I experience will ever be equal to the obstacles these kids face each day of their lives.

This restaurant literally doesn’t want you to buy their food. Just look at their menu…

Sep 8, 2014 By Abraham 1

Bank Street Brewhouse is exactly what its name says it is — a brewery. And that’s all they want to be. But to abide by local laws, if they want to sell beer to their patrons they also have to offer food.

And just snacks isn’t enough. They have to have sandwiches, soup, milk, and soda available at all times for at least 25 people. As annoying as that is, not existing is more annoying, so they have a full menu.

But they’ve done everything they can to make sure you don’t order anything off it…

Bank Street Brewhouse's Menu

(via Reddit)

Of course, a few beers in, that hot dog sandwich might be kind of tempting. DON’T DO IT! You can just turn your hungry eyes to the opposite page where they’ve listed all the restaurants nearby that will deliver to you at your barstool.