This is even funnier because the artist Sephko spelled her name wrong too. Poor Daenerys.

Let’s just go with Dany.

(via Tastefully Offensive)


Did you know that you can boost the volume of your smartphone’s built-in speaker simply by popping it into an empty glass? Alternatively, you could get the Hydra SmartBottle from ThinkGeek which works as a Bluetooth 2.1 speaker, an FM radio, a speakerphone, a white noise generator, an emergency light, and a party light. It has a built-in battery pack for mobile charging, a hidden compartment for your keys, a bottle opener in case you fancy drinking something a little harder… oh, and it also holds 20 ounces of liquid, if that’s your bag. Seriously, this thing has more features than a video game blog during E3.

Hydra SmartBottle ($59.99)


In an effort to bring the world food as it was in the 18th century, YouTuber Jonathan Townsend has recreated fried chicken using an old English recipe from 1736.

Sourced from Nathan Bailey’s Dictionarium Domesticum, the preparation differs from present-day fried chicken in virtually every way, though the results look the same. Instead of a typical buttermilk-based marinade, this recipe involves a three hour soak in lemon juice and malt vinegar, and replacing wet and dry breading with a single-step application of flour and white wine.

As for the frying itself, is is believed that lard or or clarified butter were typically used in place of vegetable oil.

Check out the recipe below. [click to continue…]

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And by that I mean you’ll choke to death.

(via Joe Heenan)


In the following video, Han Solo learns the hard way that you should never drink and drive the Millennium Falcon. I would have thought C-3PO would be the voice of reason and Chewbacca would have taken his keys.

I mean, Lyft and Uber are both operating in Mos Eisley. [click to continue…]


So that’s one small latte. Would you like art on that?

Japanese artist Kohei Matsuno can transform a simple cup of coffee into something magical, and Utah-based Kuma Films caught his process on film. Check out the video below, along with additional photos of Matsuno’s amazing work. [click to continue…]


Despite the recent move to offer all-day breakfast, McDonald’s still isn’t selling items like the Sausage McGriddle and Bacon Egg & Cheese Biscuits in the afternoon. If you’re someone who can’t make it out of bed in time, HellthyJunkFood has a solution.

The channel’s latest video teaches how to make 10 favorites from the menu at home, including the Sausage Biscuit, Sausage McMuffin, Sausage Burrito, Sausage Egg McMuffin, Hash Browns, Egg McMuffin, Big Breakfast with Hot Cakes, McGriddles, Steak Egg and Cheese Bagel and the Bacon Egg and Cheese Bagel. As if that’s not enough, side by side nutrition comparisons are also provided, as is a price comparison.

Indeed, these recipes are actually cheaper and healthier than they are at McDondald’s.

Check out the video below. [click to continue…]

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Parenting is all about making tough decisions. None are more important than deciding whether or not you’re going to raise your children on burgers or tacos.

If you’re in the latter group, then only one handcrafted felt mobile will do.

Taco Dreams Mobile ($48)

Oh, and while you’re at it you might want to add these.

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Japanese katanas are known for being deadly but beautiful weapons. As an homage to these legendary swords, Kotobukiya released this set of four katana handguard coasters. Each coaster is inspired by a significant figure from Japan’s feudal era.

Check out the entire series below. [click to continue…]


Mathematician Clifford Stoll has turned his attention to the most popular method of pizza consumption and concluded that it is “remarkable”.

Stoll reports that pizza prefers a Gaussian curvature despite being partially flat and having no natural curvatures. Humans correct this by folding the slice in half lengthwise using mathematician Carl Gauss’s “theorem egregium” or “remarkable theorem.” This improves the slice’s rigidity and makes it easier to eat.

So if you don’t fold your pizza when eating, you’re doing it wrong. Another of life’s great debates has been solved by math.

At any rate, if you’re good with numbers or you just want to watch a guy get super excited about pizza math, you can check out the video below. [click to continue…]