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Puccini mushrooms?

This ad would be funny if kids actually knew what porcini mushrooms were.

(via an ad.)
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OMG Facts and Microsoft Excel

Whoever created OMG Facts in February of this year was a genius. I don't know how it took me so long to find this amalgam of unnecessary facts. This is like Internet nirvana. Did you know that there was a ship buried underneath the World Trade Center excavation site?

On a related note, I was reading said site today and found out that, no joke, Excel spreadsheets DON'T scroll forever. I quote:

"In the old version of Excel, you can only scroll over as far as column IV and you can only scroll down as far as row 65536. As of the 2007 version you can go as far as column XFD and row 1048576."


(via OMG Facts)
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"Let the Bodies Hit the Floor"

So I was watching RayWilliamJohnson's Youtube videos and stumbled across a parrot in a death metal band.

The original for comparison purposes:

And the parrot:

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Foodie term. I had to look up what it meant. "Addictive".
Etymologically it makes sense. "Moreish". "I want more... ish." Who came up with the word? Why was it necessary? And why does "moreish" sound so educated when you don't think about it, but when you do, it sounds stupid?
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Children's programming has been getting weirder and weirder. Who came up with the concept of Yo Gabba Gabba! anyways? How did that meeting go down?

"Let's make a show with a man wearing an orange unitard and bearskin singing about his plastic toys who then come to life and talk about digesting food."

You know what else has been getting weird? Children's toys. Like these things.

That entire commercial was made without one coherent word of English.

Even more disturbing: am I the only one who thinks the shape of their lips looks a bit inappropriate? Especially this pink one.

(via Amazon)
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South Park - Food Network episode

HAHAHAHAHA Giada/Alton/Gordon Ramsay.