Don't you just hate it when you catch a fast-food commercial on TV and you get all hot and bothered? And you think to yourself, "Man, I wanna bone that mascot so hard"? And then all your waking moments are consumed by thoughts of getting it on with some costumed clown and chowing down on burgers pos ... More >>
Photos courtesy of the artistsKate Middleton and Prince William are getting married in a matter of hours (have you heard about this at all?). You can watch the Royal Wedding via webcam, but let's be honest: Weddings are boring when you're actually there. So we'll take a pass on grainy video f ... More >>
brewdog.comAll this royal wedding talk is enough to drive Gut Check to drink. Well, nearly anything is enough to drive Gut Check to drink. Usually all it takes is something along the lines of, "Hey, want a drink?" Sometimes a mere grunt'll do. At any rate, if beer's your thing, you won't be ... More >>
This week news traveled about End of History, the 55% ABV beer packaged in a taxidermied squirrel. But really, is Brewdog doing something that unusual with pairing alcohol and lifelike dead critters? Or is it honoring the grand history of drinking taxidermy? After all, the Prince of Wales once had ... More >>
The U.S. provides food aid to North Korea. (New York Times) The American Heart Association believes demographics could be key to reducing U.S. obesity levels. (HealthDay News) Great Britain's Prince Charles has altered his car to run on fuel made from excess wine. (CNN) - Ian Froeb
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