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If you’re bored of all the normie content that’s flooded the internet (ahem, cat memes and uber-relatable content) these cursed images might be those actions you’re looking for. These unsettling photos as well as strange usages of beans may very well be anything but pleasant. But sometimes boot camp exactly what we need.
In case you thought you were a bad cook…think again. These people really f*cked up their attempts at cooking so badly that you’ll feel really good about your own cooking skills, even if you can’t cook for sh*t. Like really, how hard is it to boil water for pasta? Is this some kind of Millennial phenomenon??
We gotta take this time to show our appreciation for all the line cooks out there who work tirelessly to prepare our delicious food with little to no gratitude. Like, damn you guys are badass and most of the time you don’t even get tips or health insurance! Our hats are off to you!
(And honestly we wouldn’t really blame you for spitting in a rude customer’s food.)
Macy’s has come under fire for selling “portion plates” which mark the plate with how much food you “should” be eating at each meal. Many people are angry that the plates could potentially encourage eating disorders. Macy’s did decide to pull the product from the shelves, but many others don’t believe the move was necessary.
What do you think? Did Macy’s go to far with this stunt, or are people overreacting? We’d love to know what you think!
Seriously, who do the Brits think they are to be criticizing an Italian chef of all people?
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We all have behaviors that we’re not proud of. Some of us send drunk texts, others eat our daily allotment of calories in ten minutes. We all want someone to blame. Fortunately, thanks to 2016’s Split, there’s a perfect meme for dodging responsibility. In the film, directed by M. Night Shyamalan, James McAvoy plays Kevin, a man with 23 personalities. One of them is named Patricia. The rest is pretty easy to figure out.
Pretty much every person over the age of 50 loves to complain about how terrible the current generation is, from smart phones to our being “entitled” about everything (because God forbid we just want to eat, amirite?). So the next time an old person tries to pull that crap on you, just whip out this gallery of highly disturbing foods that the public actually used to consume throughout the 20th century, and we’re betting that it’ll shut down any and every argument they could possibly have about who the “best generation” is.
The five-second rule creates a temporary force field around the food that’s been sacrificed to the floor gods.
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The U.S. is pretty well known for its bastardization of other cuisines. We gobble down crab rangoon, California rolls and rainbow bagels with sheer delight. The debate over whether or not pineapples belong on pizza exists solely because some demented genius decided to place the fruit on a classic Italian dish. We see the backlash all over social media. so it should come as no surprise that there’s an entire Twitter account dedicated to the infuriated Italians eager to reject these crimes against their cuisine.
Italians Mad At Food is basically an aggregator of enraged Italian commenters bemoaning the culinary abilities of anyone who, well, isn’t Italian. The comments are hilarious, lofty, and oftentimes hard to decipher – which arguably makes them even funnier. While we do believe an apology is in order for Olive Garden and Chef Boyardee, the existence of this Twitter account and its heated comments has left us grateful for our criminal takes on Italian cuisine.
Summer’s around the corner, folks, and people are dieting and hitting the gym to attain that elusive beach bod. We’re more interested in the lazy route: looking at grotesque food pictures until we have absolutely zero appetite! Try it, we think you’ll enjoy the results.
The world lost a champion of the senses today. Anthony Bourdain, celebrated Chef, author and television personality, took his own life early this morning in Strasbourg, France. Bourdain was no stranger to life’s seemingly infinite struggles – he had coped with addiction earlier in his career – and perhaps that was why his utter revelry global food and culture felt so goddamn real.
Bourdain was very vocal in his support for the underrepresented – from Harvey Weinstein’s accusers (including his girlfriend, Asia Argento) to marginalized populations of third world countries. He opened peoples eyes, ears, and taste buds in a way not many people can share. His wisdom was not reserved to this egalitarian warmth – the rock and roll boozehound had a keen wit and a filter thinner than cheesecloth. We’ve put together a collection of some of his best quotes – from sassy tweets to inspirational rants.
Anthony, we’re gonna miss you.
Somebody call 9-1-1! These crimes against food are making us incredibly uncomfortable. At the same time, we really can’t look away. From heinous hot dog pairings to revolting ramen, these memes and pics will definitely help you lose your appetite. Great tactic for dieters. To keep that appetite down, follow @boyswhocancook – the sadistic genius behind most of these memes.
Part of growing up is realizing that you won’t always have someone making delicious (or gross) meals to keep you alive and well. Seamless isn’t an option either unless you have a trust fund. There are times when we have to suck it up to save money and try to put a meal together. These memes are for those times. Bon appetit!
Maybe when are parents and their parents were our age they could afford to live alone. But when you’re in college or just trying to get by, chances are you can’t pony up dough to live in sweet, sweet solitude. These memes are for the claustrophobic souls that have to share their space. May we get through it all together.
Pulp Fiction memes have been popping up a lot lately – some more popular than others. The latest format to come out of Tarantino’s cult classic is a lot more tame than we’re used to, and has proven to be incredibly versatile. Memers are using it to describe “serious gourmet shit” both ironically and seriously. Here are some of our favorite iterations of the meme.
Few things get the internet heated up like controversial food preparation. It feels like we’ve been talking about pineapple on pizza since ARPANET’s creation. Today’s crime against food occurred in St. Louis, Missouri. Alek Krautmann rocked Twitter with a joyful announcement that he brought “bread-sliced” bagels in to work, and wowed his colleagues St. Louis style. The outcry has been…intense. From St. Louisians admonishing their brother, to horrified New Yorkers, people have a lot of feelings about this method. Even Dictionary.com and Panera weighed in. We’re going to come out and say we are 100% against this method. How bout you?
Have you ever wondered why the heck Pi Day is even a thing? Well, we’re not sure either. All we really know is that Pi Day was always used as an excuse to bring in pie to math class in elementary school, so we looked forward to it every year. And as adults, we still like pie, so we’re okay with this.