For the series Good Mythical Morning, Rhett and Link create a number of edible items using the tools kids use to work with Play-Doh. While it’s not the most appetizing way to prepare food, it’s got to taste better than Play-Doh itself. Or not.
A demonstration of how ultra-realistic food samples are made for display in Japanese restaurants. These fake pieces are handmade using plastic and wax, and look good enough to eat. But don’t. That cabbage sample is insane.
(NSFW: Language) GQ’s series Most Expensivest S**t sees rapper 2 Chainz check out luxury items, such as a $295 burger, a $30,000 pair of headphones and a $2 million rust bucket, and evaluates how many chainz they’re worth.
If you’re lazy, lack career ambition and scare off the ladies with ease, here’s an amusing parody for you: No Choice microwave meals – TV dinners that punish you for being the slob you are. We think we’d enjoy the shrimpless alfredo.