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  • November 25, 2015
    Note: I moved this post up from last year (and the year before) because Thanksgiving should be scary. This is the Cthulhu inspired Christmas dinner made by Texan Rusty Eulberg and his wife. It consists of a bacon layered turkey (although I'm using the term 'layered' very ligh... / Continue →
  • November 4, 2015
    PROTIP: Adjust according based on the number of over-eaters in your family. This is a handy poultry cooking chart created by the folks at Personal Creations detailing how much bird to buy for how many people, and how long to cook it. It's for people who might be new to hostin... / Continue →
  • July 29, 2015
    These are a handful of shots from Walter's Coffee Roastery, a Breaking Bad themed coffee shop in Istanbul, Turkey. The staff wear yellow hazmat suits, make blue rock candy, and the whole shop is chemistry/meth lab inspired. You think anybody ever comes in asking for 'the good... / Continue →
  • August 12, 2014
    This is the terrifying scarecrow (technically a scarebear) robot built by a Turkish farmer to keep bears from destroying his crops. The robot makes car alarm sounds (presumably because it's half car alarm) and has a 25,000-volt taser in one hand which it wildly swings around, ... / Continue →
  • February 24, 2014
    Two Street Fighter related posts in a row, what a Monday! What a horrible, horrible Monday (per usual). This is a commercial created for Turkish insurance company Anadolu Sigorta about a guy who doesn't think he needs auto insurance until Ryu comes and f***s his car up bonus ... / Continue →
  • October 29, 2013
    So apparently men are flocking to Istanbul, Turkey, to get mustache implants so their upper lips don't look so boyish. As I'm sure you're well aware, a nice well-formed mustache is a sign of manliness, and guys who can't grow them are basically women without tits. Back me up,... / Continue →
  • August 15, 2013
    This is a shot of the around 5,000-year old board game tokens recently unearthed at Başur Höyük, in southeast Turkey, making them the oldest known game pieces ever discovered. Any idea what they were playing? Chutes and Ladders? D&D? The Game of Life? I'm going to be a warr... / Continue →