Last Call: This Autotuned Cheeseburger Review Is Better Than You Could Imagine
Serious Eats: DaymDrops, the YouTube user behind the greatest candy bar review of all time, has had his Five Guys burger review autotuned by The Gregory Brothers. Just when everyone thought it couldn’t get any funnier, it did. (Good luck trying to get that song out of your head, though!)
Gawker: Speaking of amazing Internet-created food songs: introducing “Hot Cheetos and Takis”, the best rap about snack foods ever performed by a group of children. It may also be the best culinary/hip-hop jam we’ve ever heard.
Facebook: Guy Fieri received a Super Bowl-esque driving ring for “driving the pace car at the Indy 500″. It’s going to look great paired with a flame-printed shirt and some backwards sunglasses.
Washington Times: A man arrested for shooting at the offices of the Family Research Council in DC was found to have 15 Chick-fil-A sandwiches in his backpack along with his ammunition. Awkward.
NHS Choices: So, it turns out that egg yolks aren’t actually bad for you, after all. And it’s probably best to make sure that you have the proper evidence to back up your “scientific study”.
Eater: A restaurant in Los Angeles is offering a discount to customers who relinquish their cell phones to “phone check”, in an effort to discourage cell phone use during dinner. Seriously? We actually reached a point where we need to reward people for not being rude?