I’m aware this is not a food blog but bear with me for a moment.
The sandwich shop next to the Ace Hotel is phenomenal. I know you’ve probably read this before because it’s all the rage on the blogs these days… but ladies and gents, I just ate it for the first time.
And No. 7 Sub is so good that I don’t care if it’s on the other blogs, we need to talk about it on this one too.
I ordered the Brussel Sprout Sandwich, I’ve been dying to try it ever since I read about it. But two bites into it I realized they mistakingly gave me the Eggplant Sandwich. I did not care. It was perfection. I will just have to go back and get that Brussel Sprout Sammy tomorrow.
Has anyone else tried this place? DAMN.
Oh holy crap. I’ve actually been thinking about (my personal) seminal favorite video game, Toe Jam and Earl lately, and then I find this!
Now let’s take another trip down memory lane and revisit their highly funky, toe-tapping (remember Earl’s toe-tap and eyebrow-lift?) intro. Seinfeld beats got nooothin on this intro:
All this excitement led me to revisit my second favorite Sega jam, Streets of Rage 2! Totally forgot about this cover. Blaze’s rack was not very kid-friendly. Or was it?
Impressive. Yet, what are these parents thinking?
Equivalent? Yeppers. Creepy? Totes. This is basically what I see when I see Lady Gaga doing anything.
What do you guys think? Smiley face or frowny face? God, I love foreign TV.
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Check out these ca-ra-zay old cereals!
I like to imagine a focus group of 1970’s moms naming this cereal. (Note the Purina logo. Dog food company expands to kids cereal! Yow!)
I would have fucking loved this cereal.
Tiny glazed donut cereal…how did this not succeed?!
And that Amazing Blackstone Card Trick System is a whole other post. Jesus!
See more at Now That’s Nifty.
Now that I have Selleck Waterfall Sandwich, how can I live without it?
Scott Brown, circa 1982 Cosmo
Check out Gail Huff’s (Brown’s wife) own foray into pop culture in the 1980’s with her starring role in Digney Fingus’ music video for their single, “The Girl With the Curious Hand”. You heard that right.