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What can be better than Calvin and Hobbes to put the right spin on things!?
Toronto based animimator Adam Brown posted this 31 second clip and it's already reaching viral status.
From doughnut burgers to ramen burgers, we've seen a lot of insane meat patties. But this deep-fried Twinkie burger from PYT restaurant in Philadelphia (also home of the lasagna burger and the bacon taco shell) definitely ranks high on our list of most gluttonous burgers:
That's two deep-fried Twinkie buns, a pork belly and beef patty, American cheese and bacon. The burger is available starting Oct. 29.
"We are really sorry about this, but someone had to do it," says the PYT Facebook page.
This week, The Ohio State University marching band set its sights on Hollywood, converting blockbuster movies from the silver screen to the playing green. "Superman" gets a nod at 1:20, "The Lord of the Rings" makes an appearance about a minute later, and "Harry Potter" drops in, then hops on his broomstick at 4:59.
At the video's 6 minute mark, the marching band's "Jurassic Park" tribute portrays a giant Tyrannosaurus Rex that walks downfield and eats someone.
But the real special effects don't kick in until 7:27, where the band uses fireworks to recreate a battle between two ships for "Pirates of the Caribbean."
Surveys show that most Americans don't know WHO to tip or how MUCH. Check out a list from Yahoo of eight types of workers who you should ALSO be tipping, and how much they should get . . .
1. Your hair stylist's assistant. It's standard to tip your stylist between 10 and 20 percent. But if they have an assistant . . . someone who washes or blow dries your hair . . . then you should tip them five dollars.
2. The DJ or band. If you make a special request from a DJ, then you should tip them. Suppopsedly five dollars a song.
3. The hotel concierge. You don't need to tip them if you ask a simple question. But if you have them make your dinner reservations or get event tickets, expect to tip five dollars . . . or even more, depending on how complicated your request is.
4. All hotel staff. If the pool boy just hands you a towel, you don't have to tip. But anything extra, like setting up your umbrella, deserves up to three dollars.
If anyone brings something to your room, like a toothbrush or extra pillows, tip them a couple bucks. Valets expect one or two dollars . . . PER SUITCASE.And housekeeping usually gets one or two dollars a day, per person.
5. Those "courtesy shuttle" drivers. Yeah, it's a "courtesy" shuttle free of charge, but you're still supposed to tip.
Also, if someone shuttles you through an airport in one of those little golf cart vehicles, or in a wheel chair, you owe them a tip too. Between one and three dollars is fine.
6. Gym staff. You don't tip your personal trainer . . . instead, give them a gift during the holidays.
But if someone on staff helps you out with the machines or your workout, then you're supposed to write a thank-you note and enclose some cash. The amount depends on how much they helped you, but $10 to $25 isn't too much.
7. Non-medical staff in an assisted living facility. Don't tip doctors, nurses or physical therapists. But you should tip the people who do grandma's nails or provide any other services. Typically, five dollars per deed will do.
8. Tour guides. Most tours are prepaid, but your tour guide is probably used to five dollars per person per day. And don't forget the bus driver. You should give him a couple of bucks per day too.