Surely you remember that horrifying episode of 'Kitchen Nightmares' that took place at Amy's Baking Company. The cook, Amy, was the most legitimately insane person we've ever encountered not in real life.
You see it too, right? The awesome Terminator face on that...grill? To us it is now and will forever be Snow Terminator. Same goes for all of these other objects that have taken on personalities of their own. They can never go back. They have been permanently anthropomorphized. It's adorable.
Hooo boy, it is so close to being summer, we can practically hear the incessant song of the ice cream truck already. Frankly we don't want to wait until Monday to kick off the season. We can't. We've lost all control. Here are some pics of animals in kiddie pools to prove it.
This is a video about a dog named Dog. His owner traded a can of beer for him. Then he taught him how to ride a motorcycle. Really, what other choice do you have when you've got a dog named Dog that you bought with a beer? Did we mention Dog wears sunglasses? Dog wears sunglasses. All hail Dog.
It seems one of the disadvantages of always wearing sunglasses is that it makes it a lot easier for somebody to impersonate you. Even if you're incredibly famous. That's how an impostor managed to party it up at Cannes, while celebrities were excitedly tweeting about meeting Psy.
We know -- business cards? Even though nearly everything is done in the digital realm, they are still a thing. A thing we usually throw in the bin straightaway. We would gladly let these cards clutter up our desk, though. They're creative enough to warrant existing, and probably actually earn their proprietors some business. Check them out below.
In all the years he's been doing 'Kitchen Nightmares' (in the US at least), Gordon Ramsey never quit on a client. Until he went to Amy's Baking Company in Arizona. Those people were horrible. Taking waitstaff tips, screaming, firing people -- they genuinely are the worst. Unfortunately, they didn't take learning that fact very well.
CeCe Bruce had been working at a Steak n' Shake in Indiana for two years when she received the tip of a lifetime. After watching Bruce deal with some rude customers, a regular tipped $446 on her $5.96 check -- that's a 7,000 percent tip.
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