Courtesy of onlineschools.org
Courtesy of onlineschools.org
A brief history on everyone’s favorite vice…
ChefRex recommends that you drink responsibly.
This is pretty interesting. I was a little put off by the peapod costume and his close resemblance to Jamie Kennedy (only with a speech impediment), but this clip is pretty informative and very eye-opening. Check it out and let us know what you think.
What better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day than with the best rendition of “Danny Boy” I’ve heard to date. In all honesty, this is a beautiful song that always brings back fond memories for me so here’s an actual version.
Happy St. Patty’s Day!
Absolutely amazing. I’m 100% sure that this is the next “Rick Roll” for a newer, even cooler, internet generation.
This isn’t so much ironic as irony is so played out. We here at ChefRex are moving onto, well… you’ve probably never heard of it, so never-mind.
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You’d better find us before we find you. pew pew pew
Hot dogs used to serve a dual purpose. 1.) Delicious all-American food and 2.) Instrument of death for kids who can’t chew properly.
This next generation of “safe”, albeit creepy, hot dog is designed with children in mind. Just take a big bite and try to choke. You can’t. The unnerving spiral shape increases surface area and decreases mass so that this highly processed treat wont clog your pie hole, or windpipe for that matter.
Did I mention its still made form the same delicious meat paste? My only question is why is it green?
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Though the propaganda above shows that this product is for commercial use, I can see it in the home. I know when I have dinner parties or small get togethers at my house, I’m always looking for a way to keep dishes warm when entertaining. Might be an option for those of you with house guests or company for dinner.
For some reason this also reminded me of the Green Lantern. But that’s neither here nor there.
Its really basic economics. If you don’t work, or are somehow unfortunate enough to make less than minimum wage, a free Grand Slam may have been worth it for you. I happen to drive by a Denny’s during my morning commute and have never seen such a large mix of college kids and homeless in one place before. I guess the students who took off of work to get a free $5.99 breakfast were also treated to a glimpse of their future selves.
Though I’m not an economist or mathematician, I did find a slight flaw in the formula when determining my own opportunity cost (we have a large lecture hall with huge blackboards here at the office). The dignity constant seems to inflate the solution quite a bit. Dignity ≈ 6.5 ? By my own research and calculations that figure is much closer to 0 in most people. (Source: http://www.peopleofwalmart.com/)
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From our friends at SFweekly.com
Image by Audrey Fukuman (lol)
You know, you could make one of these at home. We’ve got the tools.