What did we do last week? Not much, we just built a restaurant. You know, then we drank some beer and thought a little harder about what would be cool to eat while we were drinking it. Typically, salty stuff, carby stuff, baked stuff, cheap stuff, deep fried stuff, fresh fruit. You know what sucks? Paying a lot of money for food that tastes like crap. You know what rules? Getting really good food that tastes like nothing you’ve ever had for not that much money.
We just opened up a micro-restaurant inside 285 Kent Ave, home of a new music venue, art space, Babycastles arcade, and also, it’s in the old “Paris London West Nile” space. We pretty much serve the best snacks. It’s dirt cheap, why even bother eating at home, you can eat here everyday, and probably save money, you know what I mean?
Here’s a taste of what our menu looks like:
Grape Kool-Aid Fritters $3
Waffle Grilled Cheese $3
Pizza Waffle Sandwich $4 or $5 w/pepperoni
Black Bean and Queso Muffins $2
BBQ Tofu Summer Rolls $2 or 3/$5
Spicy Boiled Peanuts $3
Lime Coconut Bars $2
Fat Watermelon Slice $1
Fruit Flavored Ice Pops 2/$1
We add new stuff almost everyday, so no one gets bored.
AND we open DAILY 8PM-1AM!!!!!! Who knows how long we can keep this up for!
Here is the white house staff taking a little break, having a little pizza party while watching a very dramatic movie.
Concept: Taylor Dell.
One night, Emily Weidemann
had the bright idea to cook dinner in the dishwasher. She supplied the fresh fish and leftovers, and I brought over some perogies and artichokes.
The dishwasher only got about as hot as around 225 degrees or so in the dry cycle, so things that need reheated, or don’t need much to cook did well (fish, reheated pasta, perogies). The artichokes totally failed. I tried putting the artichokes through a few more cycles in the dishwasher, but after about 3 cycles, I realized it was pretty silly and futile, and gave up on the artichokes. We ate everything else, and it was totally fine!
If you have ever asked yourself these questions, wonder no more, because we have answered them for you right here!
What is dust?
How did Salt and Pepper get together?
Stay tuned, because we will put out more videos soon!! We will answer more questions about farting, pooping candy bars, hot dogs, horsetails and more!!
It seems like I’m on a little blogging spree! Man! This is my 4th blog tonight! I’m on a roll! It’s because we are very close to wrapping up a project that we’ve been working on for the past couple months. The old Winty Crew thought we might try our hand at making some animations, because we all like to draw and we all have active imaginations.
This new project is called The Misguided Guide to the Origin of Everything! I prepared a little statement here about our project:
The Misguided Guide to the Origin of Everything is an animation series that follows two dim-witted kids, Willy and Tiffy, as they walk around their neighborhood, and encounter all sorts of weird characters, such as a crabby man, a weirdo in a pizza shop, a cat and a dog, their grampa, an alien, and so on. As they do so, they become inspired to ask questions about the world. Where does this come from? Where does that come from? Why is this like that?
Each episode will delve deeper and deeper into the mysteries of the world, from mundane and tangible topics (what is dust?), to grand and abstract enigmas (what is time?). Unburdened by reality and facts, everyone has an absurd answer to life’s mysteries, leaving their black and white reality, and entering a full-color world of imagination.
And here’s a little teaser:
New clips soon!
Look at this, it’s real. And it’s got a mild wasabi kick to it and I guess a soy sauce flavor. Matt Fitzpatrick suggested these be might as well be called “Ching ching” chips, and I would concur!!!
Btw I got these at the bodega around the corner from the film forum.