Alex Eustace writes:
“This is my #NoKetchupSelfie. It’s the first time I haven’t worn ketchup in ages. I don’t have any money to donate to anyone for the next couple of weeks unfortunately, but I will as soon as I can. Thanks,”
It’s an overused term but that’s just about the most disgNOMNOMNOM
The gory and delicious aftermath of an accident where a truck carrying thousands of bottles of ketchup crashed on Interstate 80 near Reno, Nevada last Thursday.
“I have red everywhere on the highway,” said Sgt. Janay Sherven with the Nevada Highway Patrol. “No bodies, no people, just ketchup.” There were no injuries in the accident, which happened when the driver of the semi-truck likely overcorrected to avoid another car while traveling eastbound, she said.
Chef sauce ad, 1971.
Why did we put up with this?
Via Brand New Retro
Viscous liquid condiment lovers – the era of bottle-pounding is at an end.
Behold – LiquiGlide™
MIT PhD candidate Dave Smith and his team of mechanical engineers and nano-technologists at the Varanasi Research Group spent two months devising LiquiGlide, a ‘super-slippery’ coating which makes the insides of the bottle so frictionless that the sludgy goo inside just slides out like water. The results are astonishing – and any burger and chips fan out there should prepare to be amazed.