Via (you guessed it) pauladeenridingthings.com...
Shit...Link & blockquote via timesonline.co.uk...
A study of 30 university students aged between 20 and 24 years old found that drinking just one 250ml sugar-free can of the caffeinated energy drink increased the “stickiness” of the blood and raised the risk of blood clots forming.
As if the water/gas-tight seal wasn't brilliant enough, the "color wheel" area represents what would be a full color, high resolution ad. Developed by the future gazillionaires @ Davis Advertising Inc. Blockquote via DVICE...
The inventor says his invention can create a completely gas-tight and liquid-tight seal. An added incentive toward this idea’s adoption is a space on the resealed top for advertising. That right there would pay for the can itself. Or, the soda (or beer) company could display contest results, letting you know if you’re a winner. It’s about time someone improved those 250 billion drink cans consumed annually.
Blockquote via Holy Taco. The skinny via inventorspot.com...
Aside from the fact that ol’ Kittiwat is a probably a child-murdering weirdo, I have to hand it to him for his realistic-looking body part bread. But, I wonder if making food that resembles things you don’t want to look at—let alone eat—is really the best business decision. Since his family makes their livelihood on selling their bread, this is how I imagine most conversations with his father sound like:
Dad: Hey Kittiwat, I was wondering if I could talk to you for a second.
Kittiwat: Not now. Making deformity.
Dad: Yeah, that’s actually what I wanted to discuss. Those bread sculptures are very realistic, son. But people aren’t really into eating…ya know, gruseome-looking body parts.
Kittiwat: What? Who say?
Dad: Well, people like to look at your disgusting creations, but they don’t really buy them. We have no money left for flour. Your sister starved to death last night and now she looks like one of your sculptures. The funeral is tomorrow.
Kittiwat: I take corpse. Use for model. Make more bread.
Dad: I hate you, Kittiwat.
I had an occasion calling for bacon themed food and my mind immediately turned towards the famed bacon mat. I needed something a little more single-serving though, so I decided to attempt bacon cups. In the bacon mat instructions there is mention of draping the mat over an overturned metal bowl and cooking it so that it would turn out in as a bowl shape. I decided to try using the backs of various muffin and mini cake pans, I ran out of bacon before I got to try as many as I would have liked so I'll have to try more at a later date. Any excuse for more bacon.
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