Few things are more luridly delightful than midcentury food porn—fishy Jell-Os, mayonnaise frosting, all canned everything, foods ground up and then moulded into the shapes of other foods. If you've ever flipped through your grandma's post-war Betty Crocker cookbook, then you know what I'm grimacing about. These are…
A few weeks ago my Uncle Dennis, on vacation in Hawaii, posted a photo on Facebook of a novelty snack he found at a grocery store. It was a can of "SPAM-flavored" macadamia nuts. My mom immediately piped up in the comments: "The next gross food Lindy can test for Jezebel? Maybe even worse than breast milk lollipops…
According to Jezebel inbox records, we have received the following email three times: May 2011, April 2012, and yesterday. As we have found it to be quite informative and useful, we are now sharing it with you.
While employing a distressing amount of euphemisms, TechCrunch's John Biggs reported that Pinterest has banned Sex.com from being a source for user pins. Though Biggs notes that Pinterest does contain some softcore, feathers-and-lace, Red Shoe Diaries porn, it falls short of bodily juices-explicit.
The other week, I got a random Facebook friend request from a suspiciously modelesque shirtless dude who sent me a message that read "I wish to accept friendship." We had no friends in common. My coworker Dodai got a similar request with the same message but from a totally different person. Were we among the chosen…
Fed up with the constant barrage of email promising to increase the size of his genitals, San Francisco resident Daniel Balsam did what any fucking brilliant person would do: he quit his job and sued the spamming bastards.
Like you, we get lots of spammy emails. Nigerian diplomats need wire transfers. Ladies have been mugged in London and can't pay their hotel bills. But today, a first, forwarded from a reader: Alexander McQueen spam!With that in mind, here's the full email, for your enjoyment:
This week, Spirit Airlines sent out an email advertising its latest airfare deal: "MUFF to Diving Destinations from $9." (MUFF stands for "Many Unbelievably Fantastic Fares.") No word on whether passengers can earn their red wings. Email after the jump.
- Barack Obama would like to sell you a new, fuel-efficient car with an underpriced voucher to save the auto industry. He'd prefer you buy American but probably can't make you. [Washington Post]