Nick Offerman Has A Pizza Farm With Acres of Pepperoni Slices


Nick Offerman, like most, has a dream of growing his own pizza slices, thwarting whole pies and ridiculous delivery charges. Seen in this Funny or Die video, Farmer Nick’s philosophy of, “If it’s on a plant, it’s good for you,” is encouraging healthy eating with “acres of pizza, kissed by the sun.”

Offerman was even nice enough to harvest some taquitos, fish sticks and sloppy joes — for those who are sick of stupid fruit. I’m just glad that this is all very real, as the pizza seeds that I planted as a kid, have yet to show any progress. Thanks, Farmer Nick.


Pizza Commercials Fed Through Google’s Artificial Neural Network Will Deliver Nightmares


Google’s new Deep Dream Artificial Neural Network was created to help understand and train our perception of dream imagery, by studying the system’s interpretation of images. Or, simply-put, to reproduce acid trips without any permanent damage.

Neue Modern had the brilliant idea to feed pizza commercials through the network, and the results are horrifying. Not only are we subjected to slices of Papa John’s and other sub-pizzas pulled away slowly from their gooey brethren — but the pizzas are interpreted by the network as dog-like creatures and other nightmare fuel.

Please watch this…

[link, via Laughing Squid]

Pizza Fried Chicken Wings Exist, Thanks To KFC Hong Kong


Pizza and fried chicken can be wonderful. As long as they’re consumed at different times with at least a few days in-between. KFC Hong Kong has no time to wait for your separate fried chicken and pizza nights.

Officially-titled Napoli Crispy Pizza Chicken, it’s fried chicken sprinkled with mozzarella cheese, cheddar, and pizza sauce. At least this pizza chicken will help consolidate a few take-out nights.



[link, via Buzzfeed]

This Is The World’s Longest Pizza


What at first glance appears to be the world’s cheesiest slip-and-slide, is actually The World’s Longest Pizza.

Created for the 2015 World Fair in Milan, Italy, the pizza measured 1,595.45-meters, or 5233 feet — finishing just short of a mile, because Italians don’t care about silly American units of measurement.

And, since it took longer than 30-minutes to deliver — actually about 18 hours — it was free to all participants of the fair and donated to a local food bank.


[link, via Neatorama]