Stranger Things will soon be back for season 2 with even more 80s nostalgia, the upside-down, Eggos and synth soundtracks.
It’s almost Halloween, so there’s no place for Happy Meals, or anything too cheerful. These horror-inspired Happy Meals, by Newt Cloninger-Clements, are scary horror movie and television-inspired versions of the McDonald’s boxed lunch.
Just like a traditional Happy Meal, these horror versions come with a free prize, only scarier. Stranger Things fans would receive a demogorgon, while The Walking Dead comes with a scary Carol doll. No mention how frightening the actual meal inside is — however, it is still McDonald’s, so be afraid.
There are few things more American than sitting on the couch and drinking a beer while watching television. But those pesky round beer mugs obstruct our vision.
The TV Beer Mug is here to help. The one-pint beer mug features a sloped edge that, when held to your face, opens up your field of vision. So, beer-drinkers will no longer have to wait for commercials, or miss any important parts of their show because there was a stupid round mug in their face.
Whether Guy Fieri genuinely loves his job, or is just eating his feelings — watching him consume copious amounts of food set to Johnny Cash’s “Hurt” works surprisingly well.
The video is brought to us by Mayor Wertz. Stick with it until the mid-song build-up… Totally worth it.
[link, thanks Sean Ween]
Sure, you know your IPAs and Belgian Lambics backwards and forwards. But do you know your totally fictitious brews, beer snob? Pop Chart Lab does, and has the poster to prove it.
Fantastical Festive Beers is a showcase of all the best and worst beers from TV, movies, books and video games. Some of the most well-known ones are there, such as Duff from The Simpsons and Buzz Beer from The Drew Carey Show. Then there’s some more obscure beers, such as Girlie Girl from Married with Children.
Either way, the poster makes us want to throw back some cold fictitious beers immediately… Preferably with Al Bundy or Bender.