If you’re finding the weather outside to be frightful, fix yourself a nice mug of hot chocolate and enjoy these snow-related videos:
This first one illustrates the advantages of staying inside with the hot chocolate. Because if I ever decided to clean the snow from my roof, this is probably how I would do it too:
But it is possible to have fun outside as well. Even the Amish know how:
If you are an awesome eight-year old girl, you can go out and have your fun, then come back home and write a song about it:
Finally, you might want to at least pop outside long enough to collect a bowlful of the fluffy stuff to make your own Snow Ice Cream:
The recipe begins about halfway down the page. And as the author helpfully notes:
“Please don’t use yellow snow.”
I had been debating whether the bacon-cheese turtleburger was worthy of a blog post.
It was certainly unique, but there just seemed to be something missing…
Then it hit me – this turtleburger can’t be served properly without a bun.
Turtlebun found at imgfave
I can only imagine the card that went along with this cake:
We all wanted to make sure you appreciate how special this day really is. We hope you enjoy the gift card – be sure to spend it soon, because it is due to expire even before you are.
One of the many sugary disasters on view at Cake Wrecks
Disturbing evidence has been unearthed which suggests that the Pepsi-Cola Company holds an inexplicable and poorly concealed animosity towards the good people of Japan, who have found themselves on the receiving end of some of the least welcome product rollouts in recent memory. This undeclared war against one of America’s strongest allies began with an act of outright hostility:
When the proud island nation refused to crumble following the introduction of yogurt-flavored Pepsi White, the corporate behemoth brought out the big guns and began "test-marketing" a society-threatening beverage which Pepsi claimed was merely a response to the overwhelming demand for a carbonated vegetable soda:
No word as of yet on the number of casualties.