Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Unappetizing Food Photos On Instagram (Of The Day)

Trying to diet? This will help. From Buzzfeed.


Stouffer's lasagna. Cooked for fifty-eight hours instead of minutes. Dad never could work that microwave.

The middle one looks like a deep-fried squid. Eyes and all.


Sizzler side salad: $0.69 (Thousand Island dressing included and no, you can't have it on the side.)

Surely a child made this

Giant pan o' cheese. Does it really matter what's underneath?

Looks like something I found growing under a rotten stump in my yard.

Is that custard or leftover bacon grease?

That steak just twitched.

Deep fried shotgun shells?

The Thing

Salmon croak-ettes?

That's someone's tongue.

Pan-fried earlobes. Yum.

This what it looks like when fries die.

Are those maggots?

Church-supper Mexican Night reject. At least they tried to class it up with a styrofoam plate. Paper is so gauche.

(See more here if you're a glutton. For food or punishment.)

Commercial That Didn't Get Made Of The Day

Sharks in a conga line and an actress wearing only body paint. WIN!

News: Vancouver Park Board approves 'Dude Chilling Park'

Ha, awesome! The Park abides.
Vancouver Park Board approves 'Dude Chilling Park'

Feb. 4, 2014

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Feb. 4 (UPI) -- After a “Dude Chilling Park” sign was erected in Guelph Park in East Vancouver, the Vancouver Park Board has approved a plan to make the sign a permanent fixture.

During a vote on Monday night, the Vancouver Park Board approved the sign after more than 1,500 residents signed a petition in favor of keeping it.

Steven Bohus of Residents Association of Mount Pleasant claims that his organization was not consulted about the matter.

“A lot of the residents feel that this isn’t a game," Bohus said. "There is a school there, there’s a parents’ advisory committee, and I don’t this is a joke.”

According to Vancouver Park Board Commissioner Trevor Loke, only eight percent of residents disapproved of the sign.

(read more)

Photoshops Of The Day: Celebrity Couple Face-Swaps

Some say that married couples who have been together for a long time start to look like their partners. I don't believe that's true, but just for fun, I did a little photo editing of celebrity couples to see if I could make them start to look like each other. Here are the results. ~Daisy


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