Death by Cheese

DeathByCheese

Here’s the thing. Eating fondue is always a good idea. Whenever we indulge we’re reminded of our baby bird/dinosaur ancestors, who also loved to get mushed up warm things dropped into their mouths.

But according to a recent study by the folks at REDACTED, one in one hundred people will die of a freak fondue accident this year. We here at WDYLUOW can vouch for that. And you can too, by taking a look at Sally’s face in the above photograph.

Do you see that terror?

That’s what happens when you bite off more than you can chew. And by ‘chew’ we mean, squish around in your mouth.

Interested in making your own death cheese? We used this recipe, except without the kirsch, because kirsch has been known to kill one in fifty people per year AND THERE’S ONLY SO MUCH DANGER WE CAN TAKE.

Throwback Tuesday

We’re busy editing a brand new episode of WDYLUOW, but in the meantime, we thought it was essential that you get a load of this.

Before Sex and the City stuffed women into four types (“Are you a CARRIE? Are you feeling a little CHARLOTTE?” etc.), the BSC had SEVEN.

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Sally always wanted to be Stacey, but in reality she was more of a Mallory. Kristin longed to be Dawn, but she really was more like Mary Anne.

At least Mary Anne had a boyfriend.

We’d also like to point out that even in Wikipedia World, Claudia Kishi is unable to escape the label of “almond shaped eyes.” Is this racist? We’re thinking yes.

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Anyway, which BSC character are you?

Episode 1 is Live!

So much to say about our debut episode. We started with one hour and seven minutes of footage and cut it down to four minutes and twenty seconds. Obviously, a lot of great stuff got axed: Magic Eye posters, James Franco, Hot Topic vs. Kohl’s, Star Trek, Jenna Marbles… we wanted to say a little more about the stuff that did make it into the episode this week as well as a few things we had to cut out:

The Remote Control: Look, we know remotes don’t use lasers. We found out they use infrared light. There was a clip that got cut where Kristin said “they use Bluetooth or some shit,” which might actually be true now. Also, Lawrence Welch is Lawrence Welk. Sorry, Lawrence.

Sophia Grace and Rosie: While these little girls are, indeed, adorable, there’s something kind of disturbing about parents who pimp their kids out by putting them in music videos with hot pink toy Cadillacs. Also if we were Rosie’s Dance Moms we’d be really pissed that our kid wasn’t getting as much screen time.

Stuff You Missed:

Magic Eye: Shit we love Magic Eye. We basically love anything from the nineties. We had a spirited discussion wondering if M.E. were as dedicated to seascapes as we remembered, or if there were other scapes they liked. Says Sally: my prevailing image of a Magic Eye poster is of a giant sea turtle. Also I used to walk around the summer after 4th grade with my eyes crossed, trying to turn the whole world into a Magic Eye. Kristin, on the other hand, could never see them and was always deeply disappointed on her visits to Mid Rivers Mall in St. Peters, MO. But oh well, at least Hot Topic was there for her to ogle giant pants and boxes of Manic Panic.