Apparently Pokemon are on the menu at Polish restaurant Jadalnia. Needless to say, they are a rare delicacy.
Someone has figured out the key to make cliché food porn on Instagram great again, and his name is Popeye the foodie pup.
This rescue mutt from Los Angeles is the star of an Instagram account that sees him paired up with fattening edible awesomeness from pizza and bacon to burgers. As you’ll see in the additional pics below, it’s also clear that he’s well behaved – ignoring the food and staring at the camera without so much as a wayward paw or a drop of drool.
Good boy. [click to continue…]
Overwatch cosplay is getting downright clever. This time Vanessa Wedge and Auzzie L. dressed up as D.Va and Soldier: 76, respectively. Soldier: 76’s dad outfit is spot on, and the shoot looks like it was a lot of fun to pull together.
If you’re wondering why D.Va is snacking on Doritos, here’s a bit of context. Per Overwatch‘s backstory, D.Va used to be a pro StarCraft 2 player. Fans sort of took that “pro gamer” idea and ran with it, and they started cranking out artwork and cosplay that features D.Va doing stereotypical gamer things, like, of course, snacking on Doritos and chugging Mountain Dew.
Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
I’m going to come right out and say it—Banana PD would be the best cop show on television if it became a series. Even though the episode below is only a minute long and there’s no sound, I found myself truly invested in the main character. [click to continue…]
Jenn Aguilar is definitely a shoe-in for the “Punniest” Mom of the Year award. Since last fall, Aguilar has been drawing up these cute and extremely pun-packed lunchbag cartoons for her children: Konner, 12, and Kale, 14. She told BuzzFeed that, at first, her kids were a little embarrassed by the “punny” bags. But, she said, “I stopped doing them for a little bit and they were like, ‘Where are the bags?’”
It takes Aguilar roughly 20 to 25 minutes to draw up the bags every night. Though she comes up with a lot of the puns on her own, she sometimes uses Google for inspiration. Before she doodled puns, she used to put little notes in her boys’ lunches–but most of the time they either lost the notes or didn’t read them. So, she set about to create something that was a little more “impactful.”
“I definitely think they enjoy the bags, even if they don’t want to admit it,” she said. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
And by that I mean you’ll choke to death.
(via Joe Heenan)