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Clever Artist Turns Worst Break Up Lines Into Baked Goods

Breaking up with someone is never easy, unless you’re an asshole and just use the same old cliche lines. Well, this collection of food art by Isabella Giancarlo is dedicated to you guys.

According to her website, “‘Eat Your Heart Out’ is a series of words remembered from break-ups reimagined as something sweet.”

Her juxtaposition between a sour memory and a sweet treat makes you want to simultaneously laugh and cry when you see them, invoking feelings of sadness, cheer and most of all, hunger.

Giancarlo’s website even has a section in which visitors on the site can submit their name, email and the quote that stuck out to them the most when their loved one was letting them down big time. Check out the best one we could find below.

Well try harder, f***er.

Really? Didn’t even know you could think.

I looked it up, the average is 5.5 inches. It’s enough.

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Geez, I’d hate to be your real sister, yuck.

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What is this, college? Less trying, more doing.

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Get in line, pal.

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We can. But we won’t.

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With the rusty prong on a forklift.

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Yeah, ’cause this body is only going to get younger.

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No, you won’t do this.

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Photo Credit: @eatyrheartsout

Latest Disney Short ‘Feast’ Combines Foodie Life and Dogs


As perfect as 2007’s Ratatouille was for food lovers and Disney fans, we understand if it’s a little hard to root for a rat cooking in your kitchen, touching your gourmet French foods. But a food movie about a dog? That we can totally get behind.

From the folks who did Paperman — that adorable black and white short about paper airplanes —  Feast is an upcoming Disney short which aims to combine most of what the internet loves into one 6-minute cartoon: animals, food, romance, and a heart-wrenching, time-jumping montage à la the beginning of Up.

According to Variety, Feast tells a “human romance from the p.o.v. of the couple’s pet dog, a Boston Terrier named Winston,” imagined in the frame of “whatever Winston happened to be eating” at the time. Based on Variety’s description, this translates to junk food during his master’s bachelor days, Brussels sprouts when he starts dating a hippie chick, and eventually a whole restaurant filled with steak, spaghetti, and ice cream, presumably when the guy finally finds “the one.”

First premiered Tuesday at the Annecy Intl. Film Festival, Feast is set to screen ahead of Disney’s upcoming full-length feature Big Hero Six, in theaters November 7.


Amazing Gingerbread Houses from Canadaland’s National 2012 Showcase

Among Canada’s many monumental achievements — world peace, maple syrup, Drake, Trivial Pursuit and Wayne Gretzky, to name a few — these awesome gingerbread houses make the list. The creations were entered for a Canada’s National Gingerbread Showcase 2012 that took place at the Inn at Laurel Point in Victoria, B.C.

The venue collaborated with Habitat for Humanity to raise money for the charity and invited bakers all around the country to partake in the baking extravaganza. The competition requires that submissions be made entirely of edible ingredients and are featured on Laurel Point’s Facebook page. According to the site, the baker whose gingerbread masterpiece receives the most “Likes” will win a brunch for two at the AURA Waterfront Restaurant, the final count will be taken on January 1st, 2013.

For more deets on the contest, visit Inn at Laurel Point.

In the meantime, a few of our favorites:

Up, up & away we go!


A sandy escape in December.


 Happy Holidays from Chewbacca!


Oh this lil’ thang?


via Inn at Laurel Point