Chicken wings, pizza, beer, and chips are among the top five most popular Super Bowl foods, and we eat them in staggering quantities. According to the stats, last year Pizza Hut and Domino’s sold over 25 million slices of pizza during the Super Bowl. In 2012, Americans snacked on over 1 billion chicken wings, over 11 million pounds of potato chips, and drank over 49 million cases of beer.
Super Bowl Sunday means super appetites, and this dip combines all of the most popular game-day foods into one. This cheesy dip just might be the only Super Bowl recipe you actually need, as it combines the… more
Super Bowl Sunday is just around the corner. With 111.5 million viewers tuning in last year (112.6 if you count streaming), which broke another record that it previously set for the most-watched television event in U.S. history, it’s safe to say that most of us will be watching Super Bowl XLIX on February 1st, 2015, whether via TV, web, or mobile.
Of the millions that will be watching the big game, many won’t be paying attention to the majestic athleticism and sacrifice displayed by the players. No, a lot of people will be tuning in just for Katy Perry’s halftime show and the various… more
In today’s world, we’re constantly switching back and forth between all of our internet-connected devices. A PC may be great while you’re at your desk, but the living room couch is tablet territory, and nothing beats the portability of a pocket-sized smartphone while you’re on the go.
Many apps already exist to aid in interconnecting our various gadgets, allowing us to easily pick up where we left off. But all of these services—like Pushbullet and AirDroid—require either a user account or additional software to be installed on the computer. For folks that use public workstations such as… more
If you ever want to make your own bouncy ball, all you need are basic white glue, borax, food coloring, cornstarch, and water.
Simply combine warm water, cornstarch, and borax together in one bowl, and in a separate bowl mix together white glue and food coloring. Pour the first mixture into the bowl of colored glue and mix well until everything starts sticking together.
Once everything is clumping together, remove the concoction from the bowl and begin rolling the ball between the palm of your hands. Once the ball has lost its stickiness, you can begin bouncing your DIY bouncy ball around… more
When one knows Paris as it is now – cramped, noisy, polluted – it is hard to imagine that it used to look like a village with women selling flowers out of carts, horse-drawn vehicles on the Alexandre III Bridge, and a traffic-free Place de la Concorde.
The following images, captured between 1907 and 1930, were taken using the autochrome Lumière process, an early method of photography that allowed artists to capture the world around them in its natural colours. It is believed that most of the pictures featured below were taken by Léon Gimpel, Stéphane Passet, Georges Chevalier, and Auguste Léon. Thanks to Nicolas Bonnell and his blog Paris Unplugged, we are now able to see what Paris looked like over 100 years ago.
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It has always been important to me to pass on my love of weather to my family, so we decided to chase storms together on the last day of my project. We drove 8 hours from Dallas, TX to Guymon, Oklahoma and caught this amazing supercell at sunset. To me, this was the perfect ending I always wanted to my project. I wanted to honor and thank them with this last image. The storm is not as close as it appears, but close enough 🙂
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THERE’S AN ENTIRE subsection of America that has no interest in watching the Super Bowl, and watches it just for the advertisements. In the age of YouTube, though — now that advertisers have realized that if they’re paying $4.5 million dollars for a Super Bowl ad spot, they might as well get as much exposure out of it as they can — you can watch the ads without having to watch the game. Here are all of the Super Bowl ads that have already been posted online, in alphabetical order.
BMW’s “Newfangled Idea”
Katie Couric and Bryant Gumbel reunite to recreate their clueless 1994 discussion of the internet — this time to discuss BMW’s new electric car.
Bud Light’s “Real Life Pac-Man”
Bud Light’s ongoing successful “Let’s throw a party for some poor schmuck who’s so impoverished that he has to drink our beer,” ad campaign continues with the latest schmuck being thrown into a real-life version of Pac-Man — which admittedly, looks like a ton of fun.
Budweiser’s “Clydesdale Beer Run”
Because honestly, the only way you’re buying a case of Budweiser is if a horse bullies you into it.
Budweiser’s “Lost Puppy”
“Budweiser: get drunk on our beer and lose your cute little puppy dog so he’ll be rained on and attacked by wolves.”
The secret to being a really good, non-negligent father? Soap.
E!’s “The Royals”
E! has a new TV show that’s about English royalty starring the woman from Austin Powers who turned out to be a fembot. It can’t be bad, right? Right?
Kia’s “The Perfect Getaway”
A commercial about how Pierce Brosnan’s getting tired of cashing in on James Bond by making the poor guy cash in on James Bond.
Lexus’ “Make Some Noise”
If you buy a Lexus NX, you’ll be locked into a parking garage and you’ll be forced to perform in STOMP.
The guys at Mercedes-Benz spend 62 seconds kicking the corpse of Aesop by defiling his most famous fable.
Mophie makes a complex theological argument that an all-knowing god somehow didn’t know to purchase their all-powerful phone. Also, the universe is actually a phone, which I guess makes us apps.
Hot Tub Time Machine 2
Hot Tub Time Machine 2 puns on Deflategate by pointing out that “balls” is another word for testicles. This ad wins this year’s “Truest Representation of the Product” award.
Question for the runners of the Terminator franchise: if Arnie’s Terminator is a robot with synthetic skin, why is the robot aging?
Snickers’ “The Brady Bunch”
Actually a pretty solid commercial, but it would’ve been better if it’d turned really dark and violent and had turned into another Machete sequel.
Kim Kardashian wasn’t sure everyone knew how into herself she was, so she decided to make this PSA.
Victoria’s Secret does not need to be edgy, funny, or creative. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.