A weekly look into the Internet’s junk drawer with the brothers Roderick.
Happy Birthday, Chris! Hot & Spicy Bathroom Trips, Tums Pizza, Frozen Cabbages, Goldfish Meat, Indiana Jones And The 25 Foot Whip, The Grandma Slice, and more!
A Taxonomy of Pizza Styles in America From Old Forge pies, to Rhode Island’s pizza strips, the scope of styles and methods paints a fascinating portrait of America.
Uber rolling out self-driving cars in Pittsburgh Between acquiring Otto, the self driving big-rig company founded by ex-Googlers, and a new custom manufacturing deal with Volvo, Uber plans on replacing its human drivers with autonomous vehicles in Pittsburgh by the end of the month.
Baseball legend Babe Ruth always wore a cabbage leaf under his cap to keep his head cool. In South Korea, this is considered unsporting, unless the player has a doctor’s note. This was banned back in 2005.
Archaeological evidence suggests that people have been using hot spices in their recipes for over 6000 years.
Throughout the world, there are hundreds of different spices that contribute to an array of hot flavored foods. Hot foods can actually be very good for you because of their medicinal and antimicrobial properties. Garlic, chilies, onions, allspice, and oregano all kill bacteria and make food safer to consume.
To celebrate this holiday, try a few hot peppers or hot sauces with your food today!
Today is also National Soft-Serve Ice Cream Day
The World’s Longest Whip Crack Congratulations?: The World’s Longest Whip Crack
The Most People Playing “Seven Nation Army” Watch the White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army” played by 15,000+ people
Largest pile of marshmallows put on a person Most Marshmallows Stacked On A Person
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