There has been an age-old battle amongst people who love to eat pizza, which style is better: New York Pizza or Chicago Deep Dish Pizza?
We don't really want to get in the middle of it, but it's hard to ignore Jon Stewart's passionate pizza argument that popped up in the middle of him reporting that the new World Trade Center building grabbed the tallest building title away from the former Sears Tower in Chicago.
It was a natural digression for the topic at hand, LOLz!
Basically, he calls Chicago's Deep Dish pizza 'tomato soup in a bread bowl.'
So we're here to ask YOU to settle it once and for all!
What kind of pizza is BEST??
- Chicago's Deep Dish Style Pizza (29%)
- New York Pizza (71%)
Total Votes: 241
P.S — Don't forget the amazeballz video (above) for Jon's argument!!
You guys, you have NO IDEA what you're about to watch!
And you know what? We envy you a little bit — we wish we could watch this Movember tribute/PSA/music video again for the first time!
Nick Offerman has one of the best mustaches in history, and it's as iconic as his Ron Swanson character on Parks and Recreation. They're basically one in the same.
So why wouldn't the Movember movement — where you grow a mustache throughout the month of November in honor of Men's Heath Awareness — want to choose someone like him to represent him??
What we end up with is one of the weirdest and bestest things we've seen on the internet yet! The 1:28 mark will ALWAYS hold a special place in our hearts!!
Watch (above)! It's WORTH IT!
What is even going on here, and whose idea was this??
Honestly, whoever came up with this concept should be taken care of for life — more money they could ever spend!
Why yes, this video IS a commercial for Volvo's new semi-truck suspension or something! It doesn't matter what it's for, because it features Jean Claude Van Damme doing splits in between two moving semi-trucks.
You read that correctly!
The strength and precision this requires is ridiculous — and don't even get us started with the music!
Watch it (above)!
For the past few years, ESPN has been chronicling some of the biggest games and names in the history of sports with their 30 for 30 documentary series!
But the folks at Yahoo! Screen realized they forgot about one of the most important games of the mid-90s. The iconic Space Jam game between the Toon Squad and the Monstars!
Back in 1996, Michael Jordan teamed up with Bugs Bunny and some of his pals to take on a group of bulked up aliens in one of the most important games in the history of the galaxy!
Yahoo! recruited an expert panel to look back on the historic matchup, including Kurt Rambis, Greg Anthony, and even Daffy Duck!
From the lack of foul calls, to Mike's mind-boggling game-winning shot, these guys left no stone unturned!
Ch-ch-check out the hilarious spoof (above)!
Miami is hotter because Joanna Krupa is in it!!
If Joanna isn't filming for Real Housewives, she's saving animals. If she isn't saving animals, she's doing headstands in sexy bikinis next to her pool in Miami — so all of this means that Joanna leads a pretty amazeballz life!
And she TOTALLY has the body for headstands!
We bet she's makin' some other peoples' heads stand! LOLz!
Whatever you do to stay in shape, girl, keep it up!
[Image via FameFlynet Pictures, Insert via Instagram.]
The woman in the pic (above) actually made that amazeballz cake that looks exactly like Captain Jack Sparrow, aka Johnny Depp!
Lara Clarke is an amateur baker from Brownhills, West Midlands, and the cake she's standing next to is not just a bust of the famous character — it's actually an entire 5'5" replica of the Pirates of the Caribbean hero!
She entered it into an international competition, and said this:
People loooooooove their novelty foods!
We mean, nobody really has a use for ice cream that glows in the dark — but that hasn't stopped it from becoming a thing! A very EXPENSIVE thing!!
That's right, a British inventor and entrepreneur named Charlie Francis, founder of the Lick Me I'm Delicious ice cream company, has found a way to get your creamy cold treats to glow!
And it was easy: all he had to do was synthesize a protein that gives jellyfish their glow. No biggie!
Here's what he said about it: