We’re all about judging other people. But there’s probably no better way to gauge someone’s personality, than with their coffee preference. What Your Coffee Says About You is brought to us by Doghouse Diaries. Use it to pass judgement today.
Video game food… It helps us rack up points and extends our playing time. But the thing about those digital foodstuffs — since there’s no video game FDA to speak of — we have no idea what we’re putting into our little pixelated bodies.
Complex Gaming has put together a handy guide — The Nutritional Guide To Popular Food In Video Games. From power pellets to magical mushrooms, we can finally get some nutritional peace of mind, while we consume pork rinds and energy drinks from our gaming chairs.
This Thanksgiving, know your ratios. Not so much your baking measurements, or how much wine is needed to tolerate your number of guests — but more importantly, using some simple math and the constant of pie.
Pi vs. Pie is brought to us by Grant Snider of Incidental Comics, and should be a handy guide to help make your Thanksgiving tolerable. That, and much pinot.
What Your Style of Eggs Say About You by Bite.ca, is a handy little infographic/personality test. Covering almost any preparation of eggs imaginable — it will either give you a good laugh at the expense of more pretentious egg-eaters, or present some unfortunate self-realization.
Have you ever wondered about the story behind some of your favorite fancy foods? What constitutes “extra virgin” olive oil? Why is Kobe beef so expensive? Frugal Dad blows the lid off a few of these “fancy foods,” that are anything but. In fact, the deceptive labeling and claims on these items are nothing short of a total fraud — wasting a lot of people’s money. Unless you’re a foodie, who chooses not to know.
To capitalize on our obsession with infographics and pie, Pop Chart Lab recently created Pie Charts (A Baker’s Dozen). I’m still not sure why it took someone so long to think of this, but thirteen of the most popular pies known to man, have their ingredients broken down into handy pie chart form.
Although undeniably awesome — this would have surely made our heads explode and broke the internet, had it been released on Pi Day. The 18″ x 24″ print is now on sale at Pop Chart Lab.