Food and Drink
This guy calls himself the “LA Beast” and he makes YouTube videos of himself eating crazy stuff. He once ate two whole cacti just for fun. In his latest challenge he attempts to drink a gallon of honey while thousands of bees cover his face. Why does he do this? For your viewing pleasure of course.
The Coolest is the cooler that has everything you need to keep the party going this summer. It has tons of added amenities you won’t find on any other cooler including a blender, bluetooth speaker, USB charger, waterproof light, bottle opener, and even a cutting board. The Coolest recently launched a Kickstarter with a goal of $50,000. There are 45 days left in their campaign and they’ve already raised close to $5 million dollars. It’s safe to say that The Coolest will be making its way to party near you. Head over to The Coolest Kickstarter to get your own.
Summer is in full swing. That means plenty of cold beers and evenings spent stooping over the grill. Take your grill game to the next level and woo your buds with these 10 dope cookout items.
Obviously, we’re all familiar with carving pumpkins for Halloween. This artist, Clive Cooper, chooses to instead carve pieces of art out of watermelons. Here’s a look at a bunch of his work.
You guys might remember the Thug Kitchen from awhile back, if not check it out here. Well, now you can get there amazing modern-day health advice in the form of a cookbook. Currently, it’s available for pre-order, but expect it to available on October 7th.
While you were out working your day job, Zack “Danger” Brown raised over $39,000 on Kickstarter for his Potato Salad making project. Here’s the thing, Zack isn’t trying to start a Potato Salad business. In fact, he’s not even trying sell his Potato Salad at all. He just wants to get paid to make it. Zack described the project on his Kickstarter page saying, “Basically I’m just making potato salad. I haven’t decided what kind yet.” That’s riveting stuff right there. His original goal was to raise just $10 but he quickly exceeded that amount. As his Kickstarter grew, Zack decided to offer backers bigger and better incentives for donating. In his latest update, Zack promised to rent out a party hall and make potato salad for the entire internet if he reached $3,000. There are 24 days left to go on the campaign and Zack has already earned 10x that. This is why the internet never ceases to amaze me. On a side note, you may want reevaluate what you do for a living. Check out the Potato Salad Kickstarter right here.