Animals Cravings

This Guy Tried Dog Soup In Korea And Loved It

Eating dogs is still a thing, and will likely remain as long as there are hungry people in the 11 countries that still eat dog meat. As disgusting and appalling as it might sound to us, eating our canine companions is no more strange to billions of people than eating beef or chicken.

One user on Imgur known as chrisron posted a picture of his meal during his visit to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, aka North Korea. According to chrisron, his lunch consisted of mostly unrecognizable things, as is pretty common in a fairy tail country like North Korea.

But his main course was the dog soup, and according to him, he loved it! “I saw it on the menu and absolutely had to try it. It was fantastic, best thing I ate in the DPRK. I would describe dog as tasting like very tender lamb. Would eat again.”

Would you try it?

Dog soup



Photo Credit: 2 Cute Animal Pics, Imgur


This Beautiful Bride Spent Over $50,000 in Treatments to Conquer Her Eating Disorder — The Results Are Remarkable


A quick inspirational tale for your Monday: about a year ago, reddit user IanSomerhaldersBitch attempted to commit suicide after years of struggling with eating disorders like anorexia and obsession with exercise. According to the 5’2″ brunette’s reddit thread, the disorders stemmed from childhood trauma which in turn resulted in obsessive-compulsive disorder. “Putting myself through that pain made me feel better,” she writes, “I also thought I deserved the pain since I let bad things happen to me as a child.”


(“90 lbs at my sister’s wedding”)


(“95lbs working as a promo model. I have zero butt.”)

Following one particularly intense workout stint in which she would exercise at least four hours a day, ISB says she tried to kill herself before finally seeking treatment at the Linder Center of Hope in Ohio. During the weeks she was admitted, her treatment consisted of a strictly portioned diet of grains, proteins, vegetables, and fruits, along with therapy to break her thoughts of self-blame and criticism. She estimates bills for the treatment weigh in at over $50,000.


(“113lbs I have arms and legs!”)


(“113lbs shopping for my wedding dress. Got some nice curves!”)

Photos on imgur trace ISB’s transformation from 90 pounds at her sister’s wedding to 113 pounds trying on a wedding dress of her own. She says she’s still struggling and even suffered through another suicide attempt after realizing how much she owed for her medical bills, but is currently offering advice and resources for others struggling with eating disorders on her reddit thread.

PicThx IanSomerhaldersBitch


Naked Snickers

naked snickers

PicThx: Imgur


Redneck Sushi

Backyard Sushi

Picthx: Imgur


This girl’s homemade A.M. Crunchwrap makes Taco Bell’s version look plain silly


Via razmatazern


Anyone Down For Some Poutine Chicken Wings?

Poutine Chicken Wings

PicThx imgur


Santa Sushi Sees You While You’re Sleeping


Picthx Imgur


This Resume Bar is Why You Don’t Have a Job

candy bar

Stop shouting “OH MY GOD I HAD THAT EXACT SAME IDEA!” at the screen for just a minute and peep this story:

Redditor elilanger‘s buddy Nick Begley was looking for a job. No surprise there. The exciting part comes in at his resume. It wasn’t pink (and scented!), it didn’t begin with his name in size 22 font, double bold and underlined. Instead, it was printed and wrapped around — wait for it — a real-live, actual, edible Crunch candy bar. The delicious kind! His qualifications, skills, etc, etc we’re printed where the boring nutritional facts usually go.


And you know what? He got the job.

Suck it, Thinking Inside the Box.

H/T + PicThx Incredible Things