How do you live to be 105 years old.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
A new study finds that processed meats like bacon, ham and sausage lead to greater risk of cancer and heart disease. Gee, thanks science!
Ever since word got out that the world is facing bacon shortage I've been waiting to hear from Ron Swanson for his reaction.
People, brace yourselves.
Nick Offerman (who plays Ron Swanson on 'Parks And Recreation') performed a poem about bacon for College Humor's Malarious fundraiser.
The manly food maestros at <a href="http://www.youtube.com/user/EpicMealTime?feature=watch" target="_blank">EpicMealTime</a> demonstrate how to properly pile Chinese food -- lots of it -- onto their custom dough.
Just because July 4 has come and gone again doesn’t mean that America’s done giving the rest of the world its fat, sausage-rolled middle finger.
Burger King is expanding its summer arsenal in a rather interesting way.
Don't you wish there was more Parks and Recreation for us to consume.
For as long as I can remember, Burger King's been encouraging customers to "have it your way.
If you were aspiring to publish the most important research paper ever, we have bad news.
Can a food become old meme, because if so, we're pretty sure that it just happened.
As a child I was taught never to laugh at anyone's misfortunes, but then 20 years later YouTube came along blew that whole idea to smithereens.
Police in Zurich, Switzerland have set up "drive-in sex boxes" in the city's red light district.
Did you know you can cook your bacon while slaughtering that pig's relatives with a machine gun.
Remember the <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2009/08/i-want-my-bacon" target="_blank">"Bacon is good for me!" kid</a> from "Wife Swap".
So, here's the clip from "Wife Swap" that's surging all over the Internet: a tubby little jackass gets pissed off that his health-conscious replacement mom throws away his bacon.