At some point in your life, you’ll have to eat at a dining establishment where there are more forks on your table then there are ties in your closet. It’s a daunting prospect, but just roll with it. You’ll be fine. We made this video to be your guide.
One of America's biggest eating days is almost upon us, but before we eat all of the things, how much of the things can we really eat? Vsauce3's latest video has the answer to this and a smorgasbord of other eating inquiries.
Created roughly 4,000-5,000 years ago in China, the earliest versions of something like chopsticks were used for cooking (they're perfect for reaching into pots full of hot water or oil) and were most likely made from twigs. While it's difficult to nail down a firm date, it would seem it wasn't until around 500-400 AD…
Yes, commenter GeshGav returns to Speak Up on Kotaku for the second day in a row, this time asking one of the most important questions you can ask about a video game character — would you eat it?
"Women weaken legs," said the famous trainer Mickey Goldmill. So does a sledgehammer to the kisser. Fight Night Champion's going to bring a more sophisticated stamina system that you'll need to know to keep from being a two-punch chump.
Takeru Kobayashi, famous as the six-time winner of the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest, is appearing in Toronto for a pre-release stunt for Donkey Kong Country, in which he and the game will evidently have a banana-eating contest.