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Watch This Woman Impressively Swallow A Whole Stick Of Butter

“I don’t know how she managed to stick that whole thing in her mouth,” is usually something you’d hear from your scumbag buddy who makes you want to pull out your hair as he brags about his crazy night, but now it applies to this bizarre video, as well.

I’m very certain you guys have absolutely no interest in reading anything, and just want to watch this girl deep throat a stick of butter, but the YouTube comments are the real MVP of this video.

Let’s just highlight some of the feedback, as people responded to this woman’s feat, and did so in a savage fashion:


“Being hot she made the butter slide down easy.” -The Only Way Productions

Ted Mosby should have waited

“And that kids, is how I met your mother.” -Michael Croner

The pornstar reference

“Sasha Grey would not be impressed…” -Weirdsider


“God bless America.” -Elizabeth Andrew

Strange apology, but OK

I have come here to apologise in behalf of all white people… I’m sorry -Dethkok


I can tell, her levels of cholesterol are much higher than her IQ is. -Tiago Santos

h/t brobible

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McDonald’s Offically Responds To Kanye’s Bizarre French Fry Poem

Monday, we learned that Kanye West wrote a touching poem about McDonald’s and its food, colorfully telling a story about some scheming fries and “smooth apple pie.”

The poem was featured in Frank Ocean’s magazine called “Boys Don’t Cry” and the Golden Arches took note, actually acknowledging Kanye’s McStory.

Here’s what Mickey D’s had to say on Twitter, complimenting Mr. West:

Kanye West doesn’t seem to have many allies these days, often criticized for everything he does, from calling out Taylor Swift, to trying to cut in line for BBQ, so it’s nice to see someone of note has his back.

It’s still not clear what the poem meant as it was filled with jealousy and deceit, a lot more than you’d expect from McDonald’s, but even without clear interpretation of what Kanye meant, it’s definitely put people on notice, from McDonald’s itself, to Brooklyn rapper Joey Bada$$ reciting the poem, calling it “Shakespearean.”