If the pants hadn't already sealed the deal, we can officially confirm it: Justin Bieber is the WORST. Here he is peeing in a mop bucket at a nightclub on his way out because he couldn't be bothered to make a brief restroom detour.
Good news/bad news. The good news is we found your nose ring!! The bad news is that it was in somebody's McDonald's breakfast burrito in Lawrenceville, Georgia. So we might not be eating another one of those for a while, because yuck.
When you remove a fast food burger from its wrapper and bite down, you are taking it on faith that there isn't something really disgusting between the buns. Last week a KFC diner in the Toronto-area paid for this faith. As you can see, he took a big bite of his chicken burger only to find that s…
This effort from the folks at 5secondfilms imagines what would happen if instead of giving up candy, a pinata spewed out the kind of blood and guts that a non-paper mache animal would when busted open. Bon Appetit!
If you're like us, you remember 'Fear Factor' and its crazy stunts and disgusting eating competitions fondly. Well, NBC's reboot of the reality hit, which premieres on Dec. 12, seems to up the ante significantly.
A Chinese man thought baking a $800 necklace into a small cake and then presenting it to his girlfriend would be perfect mix of romance and humor. Unfortunately, Xaio Li's plan backfired when his apparently very hungry honey ate the cake in one bite.
Ranch dressing is the ultimate American condiment. So it's about time someone combined it with another great tradition: eating contests. The guys in this video really have a taste for the stuff -- and some strong stomachs.
If you happened to be in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina recently, and were struck from the sky by chunks of partially digested food, it probably wasn't a large bird with some sort of stomach ailment that did you in. No, instead you were likely the victim of a man named Jay, who doused the scenic lan…
Whenever natural disasters strike, news stations often send out a few poor saps to report from the scene. With Hurricane Irene, we typically saw wind-whipped, rain-soaked correspondents in various locations talking about the storm's fury. But if there's an award for Most Deserving of Hazard…
Housing Authority worker Jose Rivera was filling in a rat hole in Brooklyn's Marcy Projects (childhood home of Jay-Z) last week when three of the vermin rushed out at him. So he swung his trusty pitchfork at the rats and struck the largest one. And boy, was it large.