Wednesday, July 22

Hot Dog Hideaway

Build-It-Yourself Meat House Kit
What child doesn't imagine a house made of meat during the holidays? Our bestselling Hot Dog Hideaway kit comes with enough cured deli slices and kosher dogs (Over 10 pounds!) to make a veritable McMansion of meat! Just follow the included blueprints and use the pate spackle to join it together and smooth over the rough edges. Not only will you get the complete Hot Dog Hideaway, but also a set of meat landscaping materials to make pimento loaf trees and meatball bushes.

Note: This kit will only remain edible for three weeks without refrigeration.
buy yours HERE for only $79.95

Monday, July 20

Lost: 15 Must-Answer Mysteries

Head on over to EW and read what Jeff Jensen has to say about the mysteries of LOST.

Do YOU have any others you'd like to see resolved in the final season?

You Don't See This Every Day.

So I was driving home the other day and I saw this dude riding his bike. Didn't think much of it until I got closer and realized he was riding no-handed. Through the grass. Along side the road.

Now, it's one thing to ride no-handed on the regular street, but this guy, it seemed, was really quite talented. Okay, I'll admit that not only am I easily amused but I am not a very good no-handed rider. In fact, I probably can't even do it anymore. Besides, one of the worst bike wrecks in my childhood happened while attempting to ride no-handed while jumping a curb. Yeah... bad idea. But I digress.

As I pass the guy riding no-handed on his bike through the uneven grass, I notice part of the reason he's no-handed is because he's on his cellphone. Hey cool trick! And, to add to his repertoire of tricks, he's also listening to an ipod!!

I think the only way to top this act would be to have a cigarette dangling out of your mouth. Anyone care to try it?

Weinermobile News

One of the six iconic Oscar Mayer Wienermobiles had an unfortunate accident last Friday, crashing into the house of Nick Krupp in Racine, Wis. July 17th. The 22 year old female driver lurched the vehicle forward, according to eyewitnesses, mistakingly thinking she was in reverse. The vehicle plunged forward into the dwelling cracking the foundation, shifting front decking, and causing moderate damage to the vehicle. The driver was fortunately found to be unharmed when police arrived and insurance is expected to pay for the damage. The unlucky Wienermobile will be back in action shortly, following repairs.


The Hamburger Bed

I heard the Hamburger Bed was up for auction on Ebay. Although I would have loved to own this wondrous piece of pop culture, I definitely wouldn't have been able to come up with THAT much money for it. Wow. Wonder if the winner actually did pay that much.