Today’s picture comes from Matt Mets on Flickr. Inspired by Joe’s Easy Diner yesterday, we decided to make waffles today’s Pic of the Day. And, yes, the image is actually named “Motherf***ing Waffles”. The crispy-looking golden-brown waffle is topped off with some berries and cream. You can try fool yourself into thinking this is a healthy breakfast, but we know the truth. True to our tweet, we didn’t waffle on about this. The original Tweet: We should write an article about waffles and hopefully not waffle on about them… https://t.co/9CrJGsZjN7 — Next Window Plz (@NextWindowPlz_) July 25, 2016Read More →

Japan’s McDonalds restaurants are becoming PokéStops and Gyms for Pokémon Go players. This new collaboration marks the game’s first official sponsorship. The deal allows players to collect items and battle against peers at McDonalds’ 2 900 restaurants across the country. The announcement triggered a spike in shares in the Japanese unit of McDonalds, despite the fact that the game had not even been released in Japan when this announcement was made. According to the Wall Street Journal, this forms part of a wider “speculative frenzy”  over companies that will possibly profit through the location-based game that has recently taken the world by storm. The game,Read More →

Today’s picture comes from cyclonebill on Flickr. There’s something to be said about a sushi platter and that word is “yum(!)”. Today’s pic of the day is a tantalising selection of sushi treats. This mix includes salmon, prawns, and tuna combined in a variety of ways. They’re also accompanied by some pickled ginger and wasabi. Now if only we were having sushi for lunch.Read More →

New Diet Pepsi is officially a flop and the soft drink company is going back to the contentious and scary-sounding aspartame to sweeten up its beverages. It will be selling the good ol’ Diet Pepsi again alongside the new in US stores from September. The new drink, introduced in April 2015, substituted aspartame – said to cause wide-ranging health effects from headaches to Alzheimer’s – with sucralose, a noncaloric sugar derivative. The problem? Sucralose apparently didn’t taste as great. PepsiCo spent a reported two years researching their decline in Diet Pepsi sales before making the switch, discovering through a range of surveys that American consumers were droppingRead More →