Deodorant is boring. Candy is not. So why bother with an anti-BO stick when you can just eat something sweet, wait a little while, and then smell like flowers?
Deo Perfume Candy, a "body fragrancing functional candy" from Bulgaria, is designed so that after you eat about four pieces of candy, the i ... More >>
John Liu, who has spent more than half of his campaign expenses on legal fees, has issued a statement condemning the recent terrorist attacks in Bulgaria.
Recall that a suicide bomber -- reportedly using a fake U.S. ID -- killed five Israelis and the driver of their tour bus, as well as injuring d ... More >>
Is it really a surprise that the World Health Organization and the European Commission found that Europeans drink more than anyone else in the world? No, but the numbers, as reported by Reuters, are still pretty intriguing: the consumption of alcohol in the European Union is double the world average ... More >>
Not a Chase ATM, though we'd probably avoid this one.Two men have been arrested and face charges "including burglary, criminal possession of forgery devices, and larceny," reports the New York Times, for installing devices in card slots of 11 ATMs at four different Chase locations around Unio ... More >>
You've already seen shit on Broadway, but now you can go Off-Broadway for some far more lovely farting.
And it's done artistically, even more so than in the gay porn film Farts!, which I wrote about last year after having eaten Mexican.
Who knew Finns were pop-up fiends?Finland held its first Restaurant Day in May of this year: a magical day when anyone was allowed to create his or her own pop-up restaurant, permits and inspections be damned. The second one will be held this Sunday, and observed in 26 different cities and to ... More >>
Restaurants and bars, they come and they go. Here are a few making their debuts and bowing out this week.
Lee, Lee's Bakery in Harlem is closing this Monday, May 31. Apparently, the place was forced to shut down due to being in the red.
[Harlem Condo Life via Eater]
After almost five years ... More >>
The biggest aha moment regarding the Wall Street Journal's recent piece on girly men seems to have thus far focused on a portion of Arthur Sulzberger's ear and whether that snippet of ear was intended as a personal attack by Rupert Murdoch upon Sulzberger, as discussed by Michael Wolff in Van ... More >>
We realize the Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships are in session, but we also realize that the sport is not popular in the U.S. except as a source of derision. Nonetheless both the Daily News and the Staten Island Advance have photo features on it. In the slot where the News normally run ... More >>
Typical restaurant meal in Tehran (which Moussavi won't be eating--he's under virtual house arrest) would include kebabs, chello rice, and grilled mild or hot peppers. photo: razzletravels.blogspot.com
While newsies sit on the edge of their seats watching riots erupt in Tehran, fo ... More >>