You can’t just post a picture of a giant stack of meat and expect people not to want it. In an attempt to illustrate that they have more than just roast beef, Arby’s created a poster of its different varieties of meats stacked on top of each other and unleashed it onto the world. Naturally, people saw this poster and wanted to order it. Thus was the accidental birth of the “Meat Mountain.”
Washington Post reported that although not on the menu, Arby’s restaurants will begin selling the “Meat Mountain” for $10 upon request.
The stacked beast contains: 2 chicken tenders, 1.5 ounces of roast turkey, 1.5 ounces of ham, 1 slice of Swiss cheese, 1.5 ounces of corned beef, 1.5 ounces brisket, 1.5 ounces of Angus steak, 1 slice of cheddar cheese, 1.5 ounces of roast beef, and 3 half-strips of bacon.
It might go without saying, but this behemoth won’t fit in their wimpy little sandwich boxes and will be paper-wrapped from head to toe like a burrito.
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Math can be frightening sometimes, but in this case, it looks delicious.
George W. Hart, Research Professor at Stony Brook University, created an incredibly nerdy way to cut your bagel. In his “Mathematically Correct Breakfast,” Hart shows how to slice a bagel into two linked halves, just in case you’ve become bored with cutting it like a normal person.
As a guy who had to retake algebra hundreds of times, this was a pain to write, but it must be shared with the world.
You obviously don’t have to draw on your bagel, unless you like eating ink, but this illustration shows the four major points in this process. The center of the bagel is the origin, circling the “Z axis,” “A” is the highest point above the “+X” axis and “B” is where the “+Y” axis enters the bagel. “C” is the lowest point below the “-X axis,” and “D” is where the “-Y axis” exits the bagel.
Yeah, that hurt my head, too, but bare with me.
The red and black lines are where the cuts will be made as they go through the points. The black line goes 360 degrees around the “Z axis” and the red line rotates 180 degrees around the “Z axis.”
The end result should look like this. The cream cheese optional, but highly recommended, because it’s bomb.
Check out the video though. It’ll probably make more sense if you watch the magician do it with moving pictures. Feel free to argue math stuff in the comments.
H/T George Hart