One mom is bringing a breath of fresh air to social media with her hilarious rants about totally relatable everyday situations. Her name is Heather Land, and her latest video about not wanting to exercise is going viral.
Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke recreates her character’s famous “Where are my dragons?!?” line while looking for very important items around her home, like her Spanx.
In this week’s New York Times review, critic Pete Wells details his visits to Señor Frog’s, the chain of margarita-fueled party-straunts that came conga-ing into Times Square in September.
This week, Instagram celebrated its 5th birthday. In that short time, it’s given us so much — not least of all countless hours of inspiration-slash-distraction (inspirtraction?) and a worrying tendency to see the world in squares. It’s also, of course, our favorite format for #humblebragging.
Fortunately (or unfortunately), scooping ice cream and slinging pizza slices don’t require much skill. I thought I was hot stuff recommending birch beer instead of Coke with hot dogs, and doubled candy sales in one weekend by convincing people they needed sweet with their salt: pouring M&Ms into a bag of hot popcorn so they would melt a little and make it extra scrumptious.
Roy Choi's forthcoming fast food chain, Loco’l, is slated to open its first location in L.A.’s Watts neighborhood later this year, and Choi promises it’s going to be cool. How cool, you ask? So cool it has its own comic strip.
When man – be he warrior, or noble, or Travis from Parsippany – doth require a satisfactory evening of entertainment and repast, that man knoweth only of a lone destination: the great, bustling castle scholars have thus dubbed Medieval Times.
Why the powers that be chose the name when they opened the restaurant 23 years ago isn’t exactly clear, but Anthony Torres, the hotel’s current food and beverage director, thinks it was a smart decision.
If you’re as rich as onetime basketball phenom Charles Barkley (according to the site CelebrityNetWorth.com, he’s worth nearly $30 million), you can afford to dole out a $25,000 tip once in a while. We learned this and more during Barkley’s recent appearance on Conan O’Brien’s late-night show. ”The more successful you are, I think the more you should tip. “Well, there’s nobody cheaper than Scotty Pippin and Michael Jordan,” Barkley dished.
In a perfect world, every waiter would be like that guy at your favorite neighborhood cafe, who knows his patrons on sight and furtively slips them gratis glugs ofwine , all the while complimenting this outfit or those shoes. But what a cold, unforgiving world it is.
Photo credit: Courtesy Franklin BBQ As we mentioned yesterday , Franklin BBQ in Austin, Texas draws around-the-block lines of up to 400 people on the weekends. Owner Aaron Franklin’s brisket is, devotees believe, the stuff of gold. "I’ve been here since 5:45 a.m.," said Jimmy Bashara, the #1 person in line on Saturday. He passed the time with his iPad and some soda.
Photo credit: Jen Fox Jim Andrews is a Piedmont, South Carolina man who was overcharged for his breakfast yesterday . WAY overcharged: what should have been a Waffle House bill for $16.51 was, in fact, $1666.61. And by “in fact,” we mean that his credit card was actually charged the larger amount. “I almost had a heart attack,” Andrews told Fox.
Credit: UCB This is What the New Cozy Dining Looks Like "I love this place! It’s so cozy and intimate!" So begins one of the more amusing video spoofs we’ve seen since the world’s longest list of specials—and one that will ring true to any urban restaurant-goer. An exceedingly normal couple sits down to dinner together at a table in the middle of a long line of two-tops.
Credit: CollegeHumor Ever listened to an endless list of specials at a restaurant—and then worry you won’t even be able to even place a friggin’ order because its description was as long and complicated as "Dante’s Inferno"? CollegeHumor has delivered a genius twist on the experience, in which a wa