The Mazda NA Miata MX-5 debuted at the 1989 Chicago Auto Show, but it was manufactured in Hiroshima, because they’ve made it their mission to avoid any more bombs. It was conceived as a small roadster, and the first gen featured the 1.6 L straight four with DOHC. It sold 400,000 units from 1989-1997, which is pretty impressive when you consider that small roadsters were on the way out at the end it was released. The Alfa Romeo Spider was in production, but it was the only small roadster produced at a comparable volume, so the MX-5 filled a gaping hole in the market. In the first generation, this was a car for the kind of guy who uses the term “confirmed bachelor” to avoid addressing his sexuality in mixed company. But the Miata would grew to be the pre-cum of bro culture, with later generations serving as the full load. It was derivative of other roadsters, but that was part of its charm. It had a reverence for the classics but also an inflated sense of its own importance. It’s the Kanye West of cars.
The latest mashup from Mylo the Cat has Gonzo rocking out to Digital Underground’s Humpty Dance, the best song ever! This was my jam back in the day and I still have it on my MP3 player. You can’t have a bad day when you’re doin’ the hump!
Are you running out of ideas on what to do with Easter Eggs this year? Luckily our friends at HalloweenCostumes.com have our backs. They’ve come up with some pretty nifty egg decorations to dress up your boring Easter Eggs as awesome Age of Yolktron Eggvengers! The whole crew is here, but you’ll probably need an ostrich egg to make the Hulk.
If you thought that The Avengers: Age of Ultron premiere was the the only Avengers related release you had to look forward to in the next few weeks, boyyyy were you wrong- or should we say mistEGGen! We have something arguably more eggscelent, more eggstravagant, more eggsceptional! Did you guess that it’s egg-related? Well you must be an egghead because you’re right! We created a dozen printable Avenger Easter Egg costumes that are simply…to dye for. We have dubbed this collection Eggvengers: Age of Yolktron. Get ready for some ova-the-top egg puns, and read on!
It’s no secret that we are HUGE fans of coffee. So when we saw this idea to turn our favorite pick me up into a stand alone desert, it peaked our interest. This nice old Japanese lady and her creepy dog show us how to make this awesome looking coffee jello
Ingredients for Coffee Jelly (serves 2)
About 20g (0.7 oz) of espresso coffee beans to make 250ml (1 cup) of coffee
3 tbsp Sugar
5g Gelatin Powder (0.18 oz)
Whipping Cream or Regular Milk
Funny demotivational posters to brighten your Monday