The idea of vanilla ice-cream on some spicy fried chicken sounds good, but I’m skeptical of it on a sandwich. I don’t see how the structural integrity would hold. Maybe open faced and eaten with a knife and fork?
Ok yeah I’m not interested in getting a tat at all but if I was a chef I’d highly consider one like this.
No, this is an article about shaming terrible tattoos, not fricking awesome ones.
If I was going to get the image of a chef tattooed on my body, you can be absolutely certain it would be the Swedish Chef.
This could be Danny trying to be funny. It is hard to tell. Although his bio says he is a “comedian” there is a reason he is writing pieces for a food blog to pay rent (and the pandemic ain’t it).
Here you go, although it gets a few points for making me laugh.
this woman’s partner clearly doesn’t toss her salad
Nupe. Imma use soap all over like I have been my entire life. I’ll take a dry ass over stank ass.
That’s all very nice but I plan to keep right on washing my butt with soap, and lots of it, thank you very much. Also, if you want to come to my house, I suggest you do the same.
I honestly don’t understand the confusion of proper fucking hygiene. Soap and warm water are our friends. Warm water alone is not enough to remove the oil (which becomes rancid when left on the body). Wipe your ass with toilet paper, from front to back when you poo. If you have a bidet, then save the TP to dry your… Read more
I recall all the Cajun food and hot curries and Mexican hot sauce I’ve eaten through the years, and now you’re telling me my whatsit is in danger from soap? Go on.
Hey, Monday Morning. Whatcha got for me today, Internet? Oh, a story about buttholes...
...weird, sloppy writing that often
doesn’t make sense sounds like it was written by a Chinese or Russian person...
Man this article was poorly researched and written. You should never suddenly believe something to be unequivocally true just because one person/study/etc indicates it is. Just because one doctor thinks high-blood cholesterol levels do not increase chances of heart diseases does not make it true. In fact, it is firmly… Read more
correlation is not causation.
I suspect what's actually happening is that in cold, wet weather your immune system is less effective, so it's not able to fight the virus from coming on in full force. But whatever the reason, I find this particular myth-busting kind of annoying, because the bottom line is, I really don't give a crap what the… Read more