Mr. Baked Potato Head

We all know that Mr. Potato Head was a huge stoner — but this is an actual baked Mr. Potato Head. Wrapped in foil and baked at 400 degrees for 40 minutes, Mr. Baked Potato Head makes a pretty pointless, but giggle-inducing kitchen ornament. Available already melted at The Cheeky — or you can DIY since they’ve already supplied the recipe.

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Mr. Potato Head, The Original Hipster?

We all know that Mr. Potato Head was the original anthropomorphic spud-related toy. But what no one has realized until now, is that he may have also spawned a subculture that most of us would like to rip out his interchangeable eyes for — Hipsters.

This illustration, by devgupta86, makes a strong case for Potato Head’s accountability. Now, if only the toys were equipped with a can of PBR, the theory might hold a bit more water.

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Foodiggity’s Best of The Week, 2/21-2/25

People Food, Eco-Comics, and Svelte Spuds… It’s Foodiggity’s Best of The Week.

The greatest thing since sliced bread… Behold The Loaf Dog
Poor Cap’nThe Last Breakfast
It’s People!!!Soylent Green Is People Magazine
Eco-ComicPlantable Comic Book That Will Grow Herbs
Spaghetti-No’sPac-Man Pasta
Cutting carbsMr. Potato Head Is Now Thinner, Wears Pants

Mr. Potato Head Is Now Thinner, Wears Pants

In what could only be described as a carb-cutting measure [he, he], Hasbro recently unveiled a new and noticeably thinner Mr. Potato Head. Officially named Active Adventures Mr. Potato Head, the svelter spud was presented last week during the 2011 International Toy Fair convention in New York City. Thankfully, Potato Head is now able to wear those jeans that haven’t fit since 1952.

Not to be outdone by her mate, Mrs. Potato Head has also gotten off of the couch, and is sporting a slimmer figure.

Now, it is only a matter of time to see if the skinnier spuds will have the intended effect of encouraging active lifestyles. Perhaps potato-shaped humans will now be inspired to take on a more oval appearance — or, the new Potato family will just encourage our youth to develop their body image issues a little faster.

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