I can't tell you how many times I've watched this video. Because I lost count.
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It's been a long time since we've seen Burger King's creepy King mascot—BK cut him out of their ad campaigns last year—but thanks to Atlanta-based "surreal comedy group" The Woodcreek Faction, your nightmares may be reignited by this video of a prancing King handing out free Whoppers at a McDonald's in Rome, Georgia.
In this fun video, YouTube member The Ming Thing (sort of) explains Malaysia's widely varied food culture by the common language of "ordering at a fast food burger joint," showing how complicated ordering would be if Malaysians had discovered burgers first.
"Oh My Dayum" is the catchiest auto-tuned song made from a glowing review of Five Guys you'll ever hear.
"You don't know much about wine, but you do know that you shouldn't get the cheapest. That's why we make it easy for you to get the second cheapest." Finally, a wine for people like me who don't know anything about wine!
If you're one of those people who take photos of all their food and tweet/blog/instragram their photos obsessively, this music video "Eat It, Don't Tweet It" from barelypolitical is for you. If you're not one of those people, but enjoy British accents, singing food, TV licking, and bear attacks, then this video is still for you.
"Would you like your Slamburger in a traditional sesame bun, in a taco, on French toast, or rolled up in a naan, which is this traditional sesame flatbread?" "Do you want to lobsterate your meal?" "Would you guys like...
In the latest episode of South Park, "Ass Burgers," Stan is diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome and Cartman opens a successful burger joint, Cartman Burger, after sticking burgers in his pants to pretend he has "ass burgers." And then ... their worlds collide.
If you're looking for fool-proof recipes with clear instructions taught to you by a confident host with excellent knife skills, Henry's Kitchen is not for you. But if you're looking for the opposite of all that and only intend on feeding your lonely self, then it's perfect! Indeed, I have found my new favorite cooking show.
[Illustration from membase.com] Aw, poor bf. Will power doesn't have a prayer when free pizza is involved. You can use the ragecomics builder on cheezburger.com to build comics. About the author: Meredith Smith is the Slice editor. You can follow her on Twitter: @mertsmith....
Make your dinner a wiener with Happy Hot Dog Man, the kid-safe tool that cuts those boring 'ol meat logs into floppy, sort of human-shaped figures! According to their infomercial, a world with normal hot dogs is desaturated and devoid of fun; add Happy Hot Dog Man for a world of color and endless smiles!
[Illustration: Jim Benton] Here's a comic for Star Wars and pizza lovers alike reblogged by laughingsquid.com...
The guys behind the no-holds barred cooking show Epic Meal Time have constructed an insanely sweet dessert pizza: candied bacon stuffed cinnamon bun and chocolate chip cookie crust, cherry pie filling, cotton candy "cheese", and topped with sour candy and gummy candies.
The circle is complete. First Parks and Recreation unveiled the Ron Swanson Turkey Burger—a burger with a fried turkey leg center—then Eater made the fictional burger a reality, and finally, the real life Ron Swanson, actor Nick Offerman, made a real life Ron Swanson burger on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. And cut it in half with a crosscut saw. [via Eater]