Discover The Restaurant That Only Serves Airline Food

April 26, 2017

Restaurant Only Serves Airline Food

Do you like airline food?

A pop-up restaurant called “This Is How We Fly,” opened in London on Monday – and it ONLY serves airplane food.

Its creators opened it after a survey found that people think airplane food is worse than school lunches or hospital food.  They wanted to prove that’s not always the case. 

So far, reviews for the restaurant are very good, and the food is made with fresh ingredients by a reputable chef.


A Woman Calls the Cops When Her Husband Won't Get Her Ice Cream

37-year-old Rhonda Blythe-Dunham from Nashville asked her husband to go out and get her ice cream on Sunday. 

But he said he was tired from working all day and didn't want to.  That made her so angry that she called the COPS and told them he'd punched her in the face.

When they got there, she admitted he hadn't punched her, he just wouldn't get her ice cream.  The cops told her she was going to be arrested for filing a false report, and she asked if she could go to the bathroom first.

They let her go and about two minutes later, they heard a loud THUD when she jumped out of the bathroom window and ran.  They quickly tracked her down and arrested her.  Stupid Criminals!!!!

She was charged with filing a false report and evading arrest.  Click here to see her mugshot.


Would You Buy $425 Jeans That Come Streaked With Fake Mud?

Denim jeans are getting STUPID.  Two new types of jeans have just gone on sale and, well, judge for yourself . . .

The first ones just went on sale at Nordstrom.  They're called the "Barracuda Straight Leg Jeans" and they come pre-streaked with lots of FAKE MUD.  That way you can look like you've been, quote, "getting down and dirty,” whatever that means.  And how much do they cost?  $425.  Wow.

The other new jeans come from a British chain called Topshop and even though they call them jeans, that's a stretch because they're not made from denim and they're COMPLETELY SEE-THROUGH.

The description says, quote, "These out-of-the-ordinary clear plastic jeans [are] guaranteed to get people talking."  At least they "only" cost $100. 

Click here to see a picture of the muddy jeans.

Click here to see a picture of the see-through jeans.