Move over, Facebook and Twitter… You’re just full of baby pictures and sober people.
LIVR, a new social media concept, looks to change all of that, with an app that can only be accessed when drunk. The app comes equipped with a breathalyzer that will only grant access to those who provide a worthy BAC.
And, if that concept does not seem ridiculous enough — picture a bar full of drunk assholes blowing into their phone, so they can let everyone in their network know how drunk they are and that they love you, man.
Features of LIVR include a Truth or Dare game, Drunk Dial of another random LIVR user, and a Blackout feature that will erase all evidence of your night.
Unsurprisingly co-founded by two young Brooklynites who regularly partake in what they call “drink and thinks,” they currently seek funding for the app. Please watch the video below, and let us know how many times your eyes roll in the process…
UPDATE: We were hoping that this would turn out to be an elaborate hoax — you know, for humanity’s sake. And indeed it is. Please go about your regularly scheduled drunk Facebooking.
Who knew that McDonald’s, known for fattening up humans, could inspire a line of haute couture worn by waifs?
During this year’s Milan Fashion Week, Moschino unveiled a line of runway fashion inspired by McDonald’s. The challenge, for creative director Jeremy Scott, was to turn the garish red and yellow color scheme into something fashionable.
As a surprise to no one, actual McDonald’s employees are none too pleased — referring to the high-end line as offensive and exploitative to those who only earn minimum wage. That, and being upset that their mandatory unis don’t come with an adorable leather handbag and matching shoes.
A Japanese chef, Hironori Ikeno, creates minuscule pieces of sushi using very small cuts of fish and one grain of rice.
What started as a joke, quickly turned into a challenge of how small Ikeno could make his pieces of raw fish and rice. Now the joke is watching customers pay actual money for the microscopic pieces of octopus, tamago, and otoro. Please watch the video below…
Relax… This isn’t a government experiment, or a small farmer screwing with nature to produce a cucumber-banana hybrid. This and other foods are part of a fun art series by Hikaru Cho titled, “It’s not what it seems.”
Various produce and other foods are painted rather awesomely to look like completely different items. Other mind games include an egg disguised as an eggplant and a tomato painted to look like an orange. Although, a cucunana sounds pretty awesome.