Tastefully Offensive

Jun 28, 2017

Competitive Eater Matt Stonie Attempts In-N-Out 4x4x4 Cheeseburger Challenge

For his latest personal food challenge, San Jose, California-based professional competitive eater Matt "Megatoad" Stonie vists the popular mostly california-based fast food restaurant chain, In-N-Out, to attempt to eat four 4x4 cheeseburgers in one sitting, as fast as possible.
"Any excuse to get some In-N-Out Burger's for lunch is a good excuse!"
Previously: Matt Attempts to Eat Big Smoke's 9,050 Calorie Meal From 'Grand Theft Auto'

Steve Carell on Becoming the Internet's New Favorite Silver Fox

In this clip from last night's episode of The Tonight Show, 54-year-old actor Steve Carell addresses the Internet's very positive response to his new silver fox look (see the viral tweet below), then explains how a bad impression of Pope John Paul II helped land him his first big acting gig.

How Nickelodeon's Green Slime From the '90s Was Made

Tech Insider convinced Marc Summers, the former host of Nickelodeon's '80s and '90s TV game shows, Double Dare and What Would You Do?, to reveal the secret recipe for the famous green slime often seen on the shows.
"Any kid who watched Nickelodeon in the '90s knows that it was all about the green slime. Marc Summers, host of "Double Dare" and "What Would You Do?" explains what it was actually made out of. A new documentary about Summers' life and career comes out later this year called "On Your Marc."

A Breakdown of the 'Silicon Valley' Opening Title Sequence

For their latest video essay, Shots Fired takes a look at the details and references in the seasonally evolving animated opening title sequence from HBO's hit comedy series, Silicon Valley.

Relaxing Bath Turns Dog Into Cloud

In this cute video from Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, Bunny, the fluffy Pomeranian, appears to be dissolving as she's enjoying a relaxing bath in her makeshift bathtub. You can see more of Bunny on her Instagram page.