The Cheeseburger Hair Bow Is Deliciously Stylish


If you need to tie some hair back, and you love burgers, the Cheeseburger Hair Bow is here to help.

Brought to us by Happy Mills Shop, the handmade hair bows are a stylish way to keep some hair organized, while letting everyone know that you love your burgers.

There’s also a Pizza Bow and Ice Cream Sandwich Bow available, if burgers ain’t your thing.



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Sandwiches Deconstructed and Organized Neatly On Vintage Lunch Trays by David Schwen


Artist David Schwen has a way of using minimalism, incorporating everyday objects, and making the end result so awesome that it hurts.

Schwen’s recent “How To” series is a perfect example of this. Created for The Daily Share, the series takes a few well-known sandwiches and lunch items, breaks them down into parts, and presents them segmented on a vintage lunch tray.

The images that Schwen creates become a thorough exercise in minimalism, deconstruction, ephemera and food styling. And, if you didn’t already know what makes up a cheeseburger or Reuben, the photos can be a handy tutorial in sandwich-making.






Food Underwear Should Be In Your Top Drawer

food-underwearGetting a bit too old for Underoos… but still want to wear some fun undies? Food-Inspired Underwear, by San Francisco-based lingerie company Naja, has got you covered.

Whether you decide to cover the goods with a cheeseburger, sushi or some fries — the food knickers will certainly be the quirkiest undies in your top drawer. Unless you still have those Wonder Woman Underoos, in which case, congrats to you and your significant other.

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This Seemingly Brand New McDonald’s Cheeseburger Is Actually Twenty Years Old


Whether or not you like to eat McDonald’s food items, you cannot deny their resiliency and seemingly infinite shelf-life. Evidenced in the recent photo seen above, this Quarter Pounder with cheese was actually purchased in 1995.

The story goes that two friends from Adelaide, Australia purchased the burger in ’95 for a friend. After the friend did not claim the burger, the two decided to keep it indefinitely. Fast forward to 2015, and the cheeseburger not only still exists, but it appears as though it was just bought.

We assume that these two friends are just experienced embalmers or sorcerers of some kind. Or, perhaps McDonald’s resiliency to outside elements is just that terrifying.


[link, via BuzzFeed Food]

Parks And Recreation’s Fake Paunch Burger Commercial Was Mean and Awesome


If you haven’t been keeping up with the final season of Parks and Recreation… firstly, what’s wrong with you? But if you are in the know, then you witnessed an epic episode last night of a TV show within a TV show, complete with fake commercials.

Although all of the ads were thoroughly awesome — the one bogus commercial that stood out, and is more pertinent to this website, was the spot for Paunch Burger.

The ad quickly launches into why healthy eating is for chumps, and then tries to strong-arm us into eating their artery-clogging fare. Well, let us tell you, Paunch Burger… Your bullying tactics aren’t needed to get us to eat horribly. Nice try though.