Ranch dressing is the ultimate American condiment. So it’s about time someone combined it with another great tradition: eating contests. The guys in this video really have a taste for the stuff — and some strong stomachs.
When Curtis and Katie bought a new house they had to deal with the gallons and gallons of breast milk they had stored in the freezer of their soon-to-be-old home.
The milk was there because the couple’s two children had spent time in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit after being born, and they had pumped it out of fear that Katie would lose her ability to produce milk in the absence of a baby to feed.
In fact, they’re calling for a boycott of the ice cream, whose name pays tribute to a ‘Saturday Night Live’ sketch in which Alec Baldwin plays Pete Schweddy, a man who makes popcorn, rum and cheese balls.
One Million Moms’ statement, released Wednesday, states:
Nicolas Cage has been involved in some pretty bizarre scenes as an actor, but a real-life incident that he described while promoting his home invasion thriller ‘Trespass’ at the Toronto Film Festival may top them all.
It’s hard to believe ‘The Simpsons’ is about to air the 22nd edition of Treehouse of Horror, the show’s beloved annual Halloween special, this October. Burger King is celebrating the best way they know how with a line of ‘Simpsons’ action figures that come free with the chain’s Kids Meals.
This pooch was able to stay perfectly still as his owner built a Jenga-like tower of tempting dog treats right on his snout. Then the canine continues the balancing act until getting a signal that the trick is over.
For its latest flavor, ice cream purveyors Ben & Jerry’s drew from history. Comedic history.
Months after Alec Baldwin dropped hints that a flavor named “Schweddy Balls” was on the horizon, B&J have made it a reality. The concoction, made of vanilla ice cream with fudge-covered rum and malt balls, got its name from an old ‘Saturday Night Live’ sketch win which Molly Shannon and Ana Gasteyer play low-key NPR hosts who delight in holiday confections made by eatery-owner Pete Schweddy (Baldwin).
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