What the float!? Pool sharks and other amazing rafts

Last year 'round summer time, I introduced you to my favorite pool float of all time — the inexplicable pretzel float. This year we have a new winner — the pool shark! Just gaze upon it, in all it's sea-through, metallic-bespotted, adorableness. You know how much I love all things shark, so clearly I couldn't resist sharing it with mah Homies. But that's not where the amazing floaty things end. Here are some more rafts that'll make you say WTF (what the float)?


Cooking Challenge Day 4 results: The dog ate my homework, and the great pepper debacle of 2014

You know, when I started this challenge, I was worried that it wouldn't be difficult enough for me. Bwahahahaha. Oh hubris. Look at me — I make one salad several times week on my own and I think I'm a fucking master chef. But I forgot that I'm rotten luck in the kitchen. As you can tell by my videos, I spend as much time dropping things and searching for wayward ingredients as I do actually being competent. That's why the Day Four's breakfast's disaster was NOT surprising, but totally disheartening…


Cooking Challenge Day 3 results: Dinner, dancing, and drinking games

Ooh, Homies, are you in for a treat. Ever hear me talk about "that guy I married"? Ever wondered what he was like? On day three of the challenge, my shy dude came out of hiding and is featured pretty prominently. Also featured on this dinner video: The drinking game I invented based on how much I whine. I call it "wine for whine." So pour yourself a glass and feel free to play along as you watch…


Cooking Challenge Day 3 results: Blessed breakfast relief, and a lunch fail

Oh. My. Gawd. How amazing was it to wake up this morning and be able to eat immediately? It was MEGA amazing. I'm telling you, eating that bowl of granola cereal felt like a fucking vacation. Not because it was zomgtastey, or anything. I mean, it was — that granola is good. But it was just easy, and it gave me some time to relax in the morning. But lunch was a different story — actually, lunch was a similar story…


Cooking Challenge Day 5 recipes: Oatmeal, Greek-ish salad, and finally some meat!

Here are the final recipes of the challenge. We got an excuse to use more of the oats you didn't use to make the granola, and the goat cheese left over from the frittata. We have a "Greek-ish" salad that has lots of ingredients, but not a lot of work. And finally… here comes the meat! Our one non-vegetarian meal will be my first slow cooker recipe. Offbeat Homie Laura submitted this to us, and she swears it's easy and delicious. Get your slow cookers reader, and let's do this…