Posts Tagged ‘food’

Eat Out More Often

Thursday, September 23rd, 2010

Thankfully this is a commemorative plate for decorative purposes only. The last thing you’d want a plate dedicated to this Gore Vidal-penned, Bob Guccione-produced semi-mainstream porn film to do is touch your food. Still, it’s an attractive and statement-making set of crockery. This plate depicts Caligula’s entrance to the orgy. We hope to find the others as time goes on. Check your attics and basements, people! This titillating tribute was discovered at Otto’s Antiques in Hempstead, TX.

Artificially Flavored, I Hope

Saturday, September 18th, 2010

If you think about it, you’ll see the story here. Lesbian couple and ice cream entrepreneurs Bon & Jorry decided to celebrate the conception of their first child through artificial insemination with a new ice cream flavor, a spin-off of their popular Cake Batter. The unfortunate twist? They didn’t consult Urban Dictionary before deciding on the name. Let’s hope the child has better luck. Found at the O’Call Mini-Mart in Savoy, MA.

Biohazard? More Like Bio-Licious!

Wednesday, September 1st, 2010

Here’s a real item for which the manufacturer caught some serious flack. A Jurassic Park lunchbox? Innocent enough.. Until you see the Thermos! If they had made that biohazard label a little more cheesy and a little less ominous and realistic, maybe it would have had less chance of encouraging kids to dig around for snacks in the sharps container the next time they visit the clinic. For added effect, why not put your sandwiches in matching “specimen bags”? This piece is a part of the official Evil Meatball Vs Cat! collection.

A Little Tay to Start Your Day

Friday, July 16th, 2010

Internet sensation Tay Zonday had a fairly profitable “15 minutes” a couple of years ago, but it didn’t last long enough to cash in on this idea. This prototype chocolate milk mix can was destined to contain his own special recipe, but alas, it wasn’t meant to be. Perhaps it was because Chocolate Rain’s baffling and confusing lyrics never really defined what it meant, and people didn’t want to drink whatever it was. This morning beverage wannabe comes to us from a private collector in Bancroft, ID.