So your old friend came over. You know the one we mean: the guy who got a nickname like Meat, or Tank, or The Human Keg, and has been living up to it ever since. And he brought beer! Specifically, he brought terrible beer! Which is now sitting in your fridge, taking up space well after the Tank got too drunk to drive and you had to call his long-suffering wife to come get him.
And now you’ve got this crap beer to use up. Fortunately, it’s surprisingly easy to do.
No native or visitor of the Crescent City can go more than a week without having at least one of the many carb-laden and meat-stuffed delicacies that is the traditional New Orleans Po’ Boy.
This massive sandwich gets its name from the same treat that kept striking workers full in the 1940s, and has been the food of the gods for anyone within the city’s borders. And that’s coming from a town where just about every morsel tastes like it’s fried in butter, churned slowly and sensually by Ali Landry, and seasoned by a heavenly cherub that farts Tony Chachere’s Original Creole.
Sriracha is technically a sweet Thai paste, but it’s best known in the U.S. as Tương Ớt Sriracha, a hot, oily variant sauce produced by Huy Fong Foods. Huy Fong was founded by innovator and friend to humanity David Tran, who is not Thai but Chinese by way of Vietnam by way of awesome by way of hot sauce. And we’ve compiled ten great uses for his spicier version.
You’d think Sports and Comic Books would be natural enemies, and you wouldn’t necessarily be wrong. But from the X-Men regularly playing baseball games throughout the ’90s to frequent attempts at WWE comic books, the funnybook industry hasn’t shied away from more athletic pursuits… Though usually with less than savory results. Here are five times sports and comic books went together like peanut butter and something that’s not jelly:
Life is all about learning. We better ourselves as we improve our understanding of the daily hardships and tough truths we encounter. The more we experience, the wiser we become. Sadly, there are some life lessons that we must wait years, decades, to learn.
Screw that. Let’s learn them right now. But rather than simply tell you some things you should know about life, let us learn them more viscerally. And by viscerally, I mean through short, low-fi, endlessly looping images with no sound – GIFs.
There’s so much you can learn from GIFs, such as…