We get it. It wasn’t perfect, but it had promise. We shared the bacon-chocolate with others and reviews came back ranging from “ewwww” to “wow”.
So considering how many people are putting bacon into all types of desserts, Web Watch thought we’d throw some of the more interesting ideas together here. Try some of these and report back what you’ve come up with. Be careful and don’t eat too much: chocolate-covered bacon is also why you’re fat.
These days, parents have a hard time keeping track of what is good for their kids, or what their kids should avoid – if only due to the sheer amount of content that parents need to stay up with.
Did any of the parents who brought their young kids to a free concert in Central Park last week know what to expect when Green Day took the stage? The concert was sponsored by ABC’s Good Morning America and Walgreen’s, so nothing offensive was going to happen, right?
GEMCRAFT CHAPTER 0: Gem of Eternity is the latest edition in the “tower defense” game genre from Game in a Bottle. If you like tower defense games but were bored by the redundant nature of them, you’ll want to check out Gemcraft.
You can watch her talk here (and Web Watch highly recommends watching it, if only for the amusing video clip used to demonstrate item #7), but for convenience sake, Web Watch has included Mary’s ten items after the break.
NOM DE GUERRE bills itself as “the Real People’s Real Name Resource of Pseudonyms and Aliases”. Granted, it hasn’t really been updated since around 2003, so some of the more recent names you might be looking for are probably missing.
You go to the movies and stop at the snack bar for the “small” soda and popcorn before settling into your seat. Then you sit through 10 minutes of slideshow movie trivia and 20 minutes of trailers before the movie you came to see finally starts.
And then you have soda regret. The opening credits are rolling, and your bladder is full. But you’ve been waiting for this film for months – you don’t want to miss anything by running out to the bathroom now…
Pop quiz. What do you do, hot shot? What do you do?
(I mean really – while I admit that the last few Celebrity Apprentice episodes were hysterically entertaining, everyone knows that the best quality finale would have been between Jesse James vs Annie Duke. That would have been awesome. And we would next like to see Annie and Jesse take on Dancing with the Stars next. But I digress.)
Annie Duke and renowned Joan Rivers impersonator Frank Marino are joining forces on this charity poker tournament. Buy-in is $200 (with re-buys), and they expect a few poker pros to come out and join the fun. There are also going to be 20 other Joan Rivers impersonators playing along, each one with a bounty on their head for the lucky player who knocks them out.
Advance information is saying that the tournament is going to start at 6pm, but considering how much fun this sounds like, I wouldn’t be surprised if it started later and ran long into the night.
A few months ago, Web Watch presented the TOP 20 MALE POSES SEEN ON FACEBOOK, but that appears to be just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to stereotypical Facebook photos and poses.
Urban Dictionary even has a definition for “Facebook Pose”: An “I look so good from this angle” pose that people pull when someone is taking a picture of them that is likely to appear on facebook. Such pictures are usually taken at a concert/party/club, and are posted for no reason other than to make people appear successful popular and like they have a life.