Grant Thompson has shared this handy tip before, but this time around he does a deep dive into the science for all you nerds out there.
It contains all the weird end pieces that nobody wants to eat, pickled peppers and some potato sticks. Yum?
The cool thing about weed gummies is that they're small, so the chances of you going overboard are small.
Just $3 will improve your dinner by a long shot.
Resolving petty disputes, like not replacing the toilet paper, is straightforward — albeit a bit uncomfortable. Knowing when it's time to move out, however, is much more difficult.
They all sound fairly disgusting but look quite tasty in practice.
It may sound difficult, but the secret to reading a book every week is to not be precious about it.
The computer is amazing. Snacks are amazing. Here, reasons for and against combining the two.
No one else will arrive in time; you have to save yourself.
Confused by all the words on that menu? Bartender Tristan Willey has some advice on how to decode them and figure out what you want to order.
Some lessons from the health community’s long battle with misinformation.
On the ups and downs of a great video game snog.
These consumer product companies aren't following the law, but that doesn't mean they will actually fix your item for you if you remove the sticker improperly.
One of the country's best butchers explains the bland burger phenomenon—and offers some tips on how you can make a better one your damn self.
With a little human ingenuity and a lot of semi-legal public Chinese markets, anything is possible.
"The first time I ever ate mushrooms I did just about everything wrong. I ate mine about two or three hours after everyone else. It was dark. We watched Full Metal Jacket."
Here, a guide to escaping the horrors of modern existence and finding solace in the purity of wild birds.
Yes, there are far safer ways to get yourself an open flame, but can you freeze a 'mallow in them? No, and that's why we have Grant Thompson showing us the way.
"Tampopo" is 1985 Japanese genre-mashing, cult comedy classic about a ramen master. The movie inspired a generation of ramen chefs and connoisseurs, including YouTuber Andrew Rea who explains how to carefully craft a bowl right out of the film.
The trick is to wear long pants. No one likes a splinter.
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