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Friday, February 29, 2008

Urinal Fun

Some quick pics featuring funny urinals from around the world. Featuring pee hockey, Chloe from Psychic Friends Network, a slew of attractive models and open area bathroom stalls. Most are apparently not stage fright friendly! More at Crooked Brains.

Bacon Cups

People over at Not Martha have taken the same concept of the Bacon Placemat and created Bacon Cups! Really cool idea, I just don't think I would put salad in it.


I had an occasion calling for bacon themed food and my mind immediately turned towards the famed bacon mat. I needed something a little more single-serving though, so I decided to attempt bacon cups. In the bacon mat instructions there is mention of draping the mat over an overturned metal bowl and cooking it so that it would turn out in as a bowl shape. I decided to try using the backs of various muffin and mini cake pans, I ran out of bacon before I got to try as many as I would have liked so I'll have to try more at a later date. Any excuse for more bacon.

I set the oven at 400 degrees and carefully formed foil over the back of the muffin pan. I did not coat with cooking spray, it would have been easier to remove but I suspect that the bacon would not have held the form as well if the foil was oiled and would have popped apart half way through cooking. On the other hand some bacon did break when I was peeling away the foil. I cooked the bacon, moving the pans around, until it was crisp looking and waited for it to cool before removing the foil and shaped bacon.

This all took three hours and my house filled with smoke, but it was worth it. Be sure to put a cookie sheet with a rim below the cooking bacon in the oven, there was a lot of dripping fat and I saw a few flames. Watch your oven carefully!

For cup shapes I used the back of this Wilton King-Size Muffin Pan. These are the width of jumbo muffins but are almost twice as tall (see this cupcake for a visual).....

More at Not Martha

Step Brothers Trailer

Looks like this could be really funny

Thursday, February 28, 2008

Top Ten Zombie T-Shirts

Haven't done a "Top Ten" list in a while so I figured I was due for one. Digg it...literally

10) - 8-Bit Zombie
Because I am a nerd and a Zombie lover! Hilarious!

9) - My Pet Zombie
I reminds me of Shaun of the Dead and Fido. Great shirt for girls!

8) - McBrains
Not the cleanest design but boy is it funny! 5 piece McBrain Nuggets to go please!

7) - Respect your Zombie Elders
Because it is fucking hilarious! I figured my brother the Dr. might appreciate this one

6) - Zombie Donkey
It takes my pet zombie to another level. Very original...makes me chuckle

5) - Zombie Walking Dead
Just a nice and simple Zombie shirt. I like the design and placement of the Zombie on the shirt!

4) - Zombie Food is Extra Tasty
Great shirt that shows Zombies eating. Graphic but great!

3) - The Reward
Because Bub is the most infamous Hollywood Zombie ever! Like him, honor him, wear him!

2) - Zombie of Oz
Because I love the Wizard of Oz and I love Zombies! Very creative and did I mention that my girlfriend bought it for me!?

1) - In Case of Zombies
It's like a cross between airplane evacuation instructions and the Zombie apocalypse. Hilarious and informative

....And now for some honorable mentions:

Zombie Alien Vampire Dinosaur
It is fucking hilarious! This may be the best shirt out of the group but because it isn't exactly a zombie shirt I can't put it in the top 10. I love the cape!

Zombie Restrooms
It's simple and creative...I like it!

Zombie Love
I love how the lips are missing, It just makes me laugh!

I Heart Brains
I gets right to the point...Zombies love brains!

The iller Girl
Because MJ made zombies soooo cool! Do the Triller!

Zombie Meat Cut Diagram
Really points out the most important and favorite part of the human body for Zombies. BRAINS!

If you got some more then send them to me!

Bacon and Eggs Converse


If he was still alive, I think Mr. Chuck Taylor would be more than happy to see Bacon and Eggs on his Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star shoes. What is not too like? A big ol' egg cooked sunnyside up and two strips of wholesome bacon on a red and white picnic pattern. If that ain't cool then I don't know what is. I am not sure that I could pull them off but I am sure someone like Ronnie McD could!

via Damn I Like That and Amazon

Thanks to my girlfriend for finding these!

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Gigantor Bacon Burger

Mallie's Bar and Grill in Detroit area boasts this 134 pound bacon burger. It sells for 350 dollars and 24 hour notice is required if you would like to devour one of these in a whole sitting.

Apparently Mayor McCheese has hired the Hamburglar to jack this bad boy!

via Spluch

Bacon Cookbook

This looks to be a must-have cookbook for all bacon lovers out there. I will have to pick it up here soon!

Unless you stay away from the pork, you probably enjoy bacon in many forms: on burgers and salads, with breakfast, as the centerpiece of a fresh BLT. The Bacon Cookbook by James Villas ($23) will have you looking at the hog in a whole new light. Aside from descriptions of the different kinds of bacon, you also get tasty recipes for everything from French Cheese and Bacon souffle to Spanish Chicken, Bacon, Meatball, and Chickpea Stew. It's Bacon!!!

via Uncrate and product page at Amazon

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Glow Zombie Finger Puppets

I remember playing with little finger puppets similar to these but not nearly as cool

Exposed brains, open wounds, missing limbs… Ahh, to be a zombie. Crafted from soft, floppy rubber, these 1-3/4" to 2" tall undead finger puppets are perfect for low budget puppet shows. Five different styles.

via McPhee

Pineapple Express Trailer Leaked

Just because I am still being lazy....

Monday, February 25, 2008

X-Files 2 Trailer Leaked

The X-Files is the only TV show I have ever really watched religiously so I am very excited for this.....

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Steak + Toaster = Bachelor's Dream

Well ladies and gents. This is by far the best kitchen invention ever. I nice alternative to the grill on those subarctic days or lazy evenings. If only it wasn't 220 bones!

via Coolest Gadgets

Micturition for the Modest

Well for all you who get a little stage fright in public bathrooms this may be the cure. Interesting idea and nice alternative to peeing all over the toilet seat in the bathroom stall!

Via Neatorama

Coraline 3D Trailer

Plot from IMDB
"This is the story of a young, bored girl named Coraline Jones who discovers that a bricked-up wall behind a door in her flat leads to another world, with another mother, and another father. When she tries to go back, she realizes that her other mother has kidnapped her real parents and she must fight to get them back."

This movie is from the director (Henry Selick) of the The Nightmare Before Christmas, which is one of my favorite movies. Definitely looks interesting....

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Drunk Conversation

I think I have had conversations like this fact I think I spoke to a plastic hunting penguin decoy for a whole night and I even woke up next to it :-/

Best Drunken Conversation - lawl blog

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Canned Bacon


I wonder how old this Bacon really is? Did they eat it? Because it still looks pretty yummy and I think it is a pretty big sin to throw away Bacon!


Monday, February 18, 2008

Hate Mail at The Modern Drunkard


I don't know if this email exchange is really old but I stumbled across it on The Modern Drunkard website and found it absolutely hilarious. Here is the link

Friday, February 15, 2008

Toasty the Toaster Schnitzel


I caught wind of this new extraordinary "Toasty" product from a link posted by one of my readers. Apparently this product is supposed to be a schnitzel that you cook in your toaster, kinda like a Toaster Strudel but with meat instead of sugary fruit...oh and no sugary topping to spread across the top. So what exactly is a schnitzel? Well, lets see what trusty Wikipedia says.... a traditional Austrian dish and popular part of Viennese and Austrian cuisine, consisting of a thin slice of veal coated in breadcrumbs and fried.

So simply put a schnitzel is pretty much a breaded veal cutlet....but this product doesn't seem much like a breaded veal cutlet. Infact, it seems more like a cross between fish sticks, a Toaster Strudel (as I said before) and some mystery meat. So kinda like a flattened hot dog with bread crumbs. So is it good!? I dunno, I think it is only a German/Austrian thing and I don't think it has been release to the public yet. I would be curious to see what one tastes like but maybe I should have a normal schnitzel first so I have some thing to compare it to.

Anyways here is the commercial for it....


Laziness continues....

Ya I dunno what is going on

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Lil' J (NSFW)

I have been really lazy lately and since videos are so easy that is what you are getting :-)

Here is a video from YouTube of a girl called Lil' J and she ain't scared of no one!! Someone should seriously slap the shit out of her because of her potty mouth but because I find it so dang funny I can't help but laugh. In all reality I am actually nervous about posting this because I don't want to get beat up by her!!!

Indiana Jones IV Trailer

I love these movies so I am pumped to see this!

Charlie the Unicorn

Thanks Luke!

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Totally Rad Dances with Dancin' Kim - The Triller

How To Do The Thriller

How To Do The Thriller

We recently discovered a few vintage videos of Dancin' Kim and her Totally Rad Dances. Check it out! These amazing dance videos have not been seen in over 20 years! In this video, Dancin' Kim shows us how to dance just like in the new Michael Jackson Thriller video! Too cool!

Step 1:
Step Right - Arm Out!
Throw your right arm out while stepping your right foot to the side. Now bring them back in! Keep your movements jerky, like a zombie!
Step 2:
Left Foot And Arm Out!
Now swing your left arm and foot out, then bring them back in!
Step 3:
Zombie Stomp!
Now throw your right arm out to the side and hold it out, like the undead! Stomp like a zombie around to the left. 4 stomps, 1-2-3-4!
Step 4:
Zombie Stomp Back!
Now lower your right arm and swing your left arm out. Now stomp back around, to the right! 1-2-3-4! Slump your shoulders like you're a dancing corpse!
Step 5:
Zombie Claws And Cross!
Make claws with your hands, like a zombie who wants to kill Michael Jackson! Bring them up in front of your chest. Keep it menacing!
Step 6:
Swing Claws!
Swing your zombie claws like a pendulum, in front of your chest. Right-left-right!
Step 7:
Zombie March!
Leading with your zombie claws, march to the right. Take four steps, to the beat. Stomp big with your feet, like in the Thriller video!
Step 8:
Swing Zombie Claws!
Now swing those zombie claws back around. Left-right-left! Do it quickly, and make a scary face, like a dancing ghoul! Now zombie stomp back to the left!

Wall-E Movie Trailer #3

Monday, February 11, 2008

Bacon and Cheese Sushi

For a long time, the Western Bacon Cheeseburger from Carl’s Jr. was my favorite burger ever. I usually would eat it after long, difficult rehearsals or performances, to get my energy back. (I know, I’m soooo bad to my body! But I’m better now, I promise! :)) So I figured, why not make a sushi similar to my favorite burger! Obviously there are several differences (onions instead of onion rings, steak instead of hamburger meat) but this creation does taste surprisingly good!


* 6 sheets nori
* 3 cups sumeshi
* 1 1.5 pound flank steak
* 1 clove garlic, halved
* salt, pepper, garlic powder
* 1 tbsp butter
* 1 medium potato
* olive oil
* 1 onion
* 6 “single” slices of American or cheddar cheese
* 12 strips of bacon
* BBQ sauce

Cooking Directions

1. Cook sumeshi.
2. Trim any excess fat from the flank steak.
3. Pat the surface of the flank steak dry with a paper towel, then rub with the cut side of the clove of garlic. Season with salt, pepper, and garlic powder.
4. Melt the butter in a skillet that is big enough to hold the flank steak. Put the flank steak in the skillet, and cook over medium-high heat until it is browned on the outside but still pink in the center.
5. Remove the flank steak from the skillet and cover loosely with foil.
6. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
7. Wash and peel the potato, and slice into 1/4″ x 1/4″ strips.
8. Place the strips on a baking sheet and brush with olive oil.
9. Sprinkle with salt and garlic powder.
10. Bake for 25 minutes, rearranging the french fries halfway through so they don’t burn.
11. Or if you prefer, you can always buy some fries from your favorite fast food restaurant. Works just as well. :)
12. Fry you bacon as crispy as you like it.
13. Slice the onion into rings, cut these in half.
14. Slice the cheese into thin slices, about 1.5 inches wide.
15. Roll the sushi, using a couple of strips of flank steak, onion, french fries, bacon, and cheese as your fillings.
16. Serve with BBQ sauce. Enjoy!

I love Bacon and I love sushi so I may have to give this one a whirl though I think I would use more bacon and maybe some other ingredients :-)

Totally Rad Dances with Dancin' Kim - The Cabbage Patch

How To Do The Cabbage Patch

How To Do The Cabbage Patch

We recently discovered a few vintage videos of Dancin' Kim and her Totally Rad Dances. Check it out! In this video, Dancin' Kim teaches us how to do the awesome new dance, the Cabbage Patch!

Step 1:
Ribs Left!
First, isolate your ribs, and shift them to the left!
Step 2:
Circle Torso To The Right!
Circle your torso to the right. Go all the way around!
Step 3:
Arms Out!
Put your arms out in front of you, and get ready to take it to the max!
Step 4:
Circle The Arms!
Make fists with both hands, then circle your arms around in front of you! Put some shoulders into it!
Step 5:
Around And Around!
Circle your whole body while turning your ribs and your arms! Now go faster, up to the beat!

Friday, February 8, 2008


Get to know your whiskey! Check out the Whiskipedia to find out all the essentials of this bar essential and party pleaser.


Homemade Sushi Rolls and Sushi Balls

So a few weeks ago on Sunday we were hanging around the house craving sushi and since our favorite little place down the street was closed we decided to make our own. We made a list of what we needed and set out grab them:
  • 1/2 lbs. Raw Sushi Grade Salmon
  • 1/4 lbs. Raw Sushi Grade Tuna
  • Avocado
  • Sushi Rice
  • Wasabi
  • Seaweed Sushi Wraps

We picked most of these things up at the local specialty food store and actually had some of the others on the list. So we cooked our rice, mixed our wasabi, cut-up our fish and avocado and went to town! Since we had never done this before we just went off of visual memories of the Sushi Chefs we have watched. Here are our results

Here is our first attempt with a Salmon, Tuna and Avocado roll.

We ended up putting way too much rice, salmon, tuna and avocado into this which made it turn out looking more like a Sushi burrito than a roll. Oh well, it was great!

Our next try worked with much more success! Here are the results (that is wasabi on top, it was still liquidy)....

Here is our first try at Nigiri Sushi...

And now for our creation: The Sushi Ball. We figured it would be easier to just get all the ingredients in a bowl and make a big ball out of it, here are the results....

My attempt...


Walter's attempt...


All in all the night was great! Making the sushi turned out to be a lot of fun and it turned out to taste really good too! Next time its a sushi party!

Drunk History vol. 2.5 - Featuring Jack Black (NSFW)

Later that night Eric Falconer, the Franklin expert, drank more vodka and then discussed this historical event... Derek Waters presents Drunk History vol. 2.5 - Featuring Jack Black

Totally Rad Dances with Dancin' Kim - Popping and Locking

How To Learn Popping And Locking

How To Learn Popping And Locking

We recently discovered a few vintage videos of Dancin' Kim and her Totally Rad '80s Dances. Check it out! In this video, Dancin' Kim shows us the hippest new dance craze, Poppin' and Lockin'!

Step 1:
Rib Cage - In!
Isolating your rib cage, thrust it forward and pop it! Now double it up! Twice to the left, and twice to the right!
Step 2:
Add Shoulders - Pop It!
Now add some shoulders and make the move bigger. Twice to the left and twice to the right! Pop those shoulders!
Step 3:
Add Elbows And Knees!
Bring both arms up, and raise one knee. Lift the elbows up, and then up further, popping them with each move. Then quickly slam down your arms. Up-up-down!
Step 4:
Right Arm - Lock It!
Swing your right arm out to the side, then pop it back in!
Step 5:
Left Arm - Lock It!
Now swing your left arm out to the side, then pop it back down!
Step 6:
Arms Up - Lock It!
Lift both arms over your head, then pop them back down. Remember the poppin' arms move. Elbows up-up-down! Add some fresh funky style!
Step 9:
Lift your right arm over your head and diagonally. Get ready for some major lockin' action! Pop up your left knee. Now bring down your right arm and hit that knee. Now double it up!
Step 10:
You're Popping And Locking!
Now do the whole routine! Do this the next time you're at a cool club. Your friends will be amazed!

Thursday, February 7, 2008

Butt Shaker: Salt and Pepper Shakers!

Grab that ass, shake that ass and munch that big old rump (roast)! Now make a statement with your anatomical table settings.

Via Nerd Approved

MonsterHoodies, so cool that I made my own

So a few weeks ago I stumbled across these hoodies on the internet called Monster Hoodies. I thought the idea was so creative and inventive so I thought I would go ahead and purchase one. Well when I took a look at how much these bad boys cost ($60) I decided to make my own for way cheaper.

Hoodie from

A few months back I stopped by Walgreens for some odd reason on my way to a cold Broncos game. When I walked in I found a navy blue hoodie for around $7. The hoodie wasn't real thick or great quality but it worked for that day. Since then it has been sitting in my closet not getting worn. So I grabbed it and ran up to my Grandma's hangout, Joann's, and picked up some white felt ($.20 x 2) and some fabric glue ($9). I took it home and just cut out two similar teeth strips and glued them to the underside of my hood. Presto! 24 hours later I was wearing my monster hoodie and looking quite P.I.M.P., or something like that. My hoodie is not nearly as professional or as cool looking but it cost me a third of what I could buy it for and was way more fun! Check it...

My Monster Hoodie
Grrrrr! I eat Brains!

Hoodies available at