The limited time flavor is officially-titled BBQ Pumpkin Ale Sauce, and is already being served at BWWs. Stop by and get seasonal. Go, sports team!
As if the Burger King Whopper with a side of Chicken Fries wasn’t scary enough, there’s now the Nightmare King.
BK’s Halloween offering will not only scare the bejeesus out of you by its mere appearance, but it’s been “scientifically” proven to induce nightmares. That is, if the actors in the short video below are to be believed.
The nightmare begins with a green bun [ooh!] quarter-pound of beef [aaahh!!], a crispy chicken fillet [make it stoooop!!], American cheese, bacon, mayonnaise and onions [I want my mommy!!]. Look for the nightmares to begin on October 22nd.
Over the past few years, Jim has continued his work of improving streets and communities with more ice cream mosaics, unmistakeable food packaging and other treats. Bachor has even taken his talents to the streets of cities across the U.S. and abroad.
Bachor’s shop has prints and original works available, even a piece that showcases and old-school Swanson TV Dinner. We assume that he did the dessert first.
What if we didn’t need commercials and Facebook ads to sell us products? And, what if those products could, instead, literally sell themselves?
Product Wars offers a short glimpse into this idyllic turned dystopian future, where consumer products are industrially-engineered to become their own mascot. Keeping in mind humans’ capitalist urges and their ease in discarding stuff that’s no longer of use to them, it should be no surprise that things don’t end well.
Perhaps the gun-wielding apple keeping an eye on a shackled hostage was a spoiler. See it all unfold below.
via laughing squid
When the kids go to sleep after a long night of trick or treating, so starts the tradition of eating all of their candy. And, after walking around the neighborhood and having to interact with neighbors, you may also need a drink.
Thanks to wine app, Vivino, you can properly pair your Halloween candy and wine. Is your kids’ candy stash mostly Kit Kats? Then you may want to pick up a medium red. Want to down a few hundred Skittles? Look towards a dry white wine, such as a sauvignon blanc or pinot grigio.
Do you find yourself with a lot of candy corns? Grab a sparkling wine and start looking for a new place to live… your neighbors suck.
via mental floss