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

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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.

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Walking Dead Pancakes Aim For The Head

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Since we recently featured Zombie Pancakes, Nathan of Saipancakes returns with the breakfast that’ll bash their brains in.

Walking Dead Pancakes represent our favorite protagonists from the show. Grab the syrup and enjoy a Rick flapjack, or tear into a Daryl.

Good call not including Lori or Andrea… they’d just ruin breakfast.

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The Kwik-E-Mart Reusable Shopping Bag

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If you need to grab a few expired hot dogs and a six-pack of Duff — there’s not a more suitable vessel for carrying your goods, than the Kwik-E-Mart Reusable Bag.

In honor of The Simpsons’ favorite convenience store, the 100% polyester shopping bag will hold up to 15 liters of goods.

Saying no to non-recyclable plastic bags will also help save the planet, so you won’t eventually have to live in a giant glass dome. Thank you, come again.

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Famous Chunkies, Pop Culture Characters Get Fat

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Our favorite pop culture icons always seem to remain in perfect shape. But what if they, like actual people, were to let themselves go? Let’s find out, shall we?

Famous Chunkies, brought to us by artist Alex Solis, is a fun cartoon series that provides a visual of some fattened-up pop culture icons. Poor fat Spider-Man will hardly be able to do whatever a spider can now, while Darth Vader apparently discovered the Death Star food court.

And, Captain America… Let’s just say he’s never looked more American. See more below, and the entire series here.

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TV Dinners, An Illustration Series of Fictional Meals From Television and Movies

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TV Dinners is a fun illustration series by artist Kyle Platts. It’s part of a project by Food Republic that asks artists to “dream up a fantasy restaurant, then devise a menu for it.”

London-based Platts chose to visualize a few fictional foods from television and movies. Whether a McDowell’s combo meal from Coming To America, or a yummy stallion heart from Game of Thrones — the drawings might make you yearn for some cartoon grub while you queue up some Netflix.

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