Believe it or not, there are stirrings in Hanttula HQ of *something* new. But, for now, I’ll just leave this VERY IMPORTANT VIDEO for you to watch & absorb:
The DistractoMatic Brings You Fun & Frivolity from Around-the-World
Now that Halloween has passed, it’s time to COUNTDOWN TO THANKSGIVING!
Visit the Popcorn Garage: 66 film references hidden within one visual puzzle. Can YOU find them all?
It’s back again for 2015! The endlessly-popular Hanttula.com Phenomethon of Halloween Links. Visit the PHENOMETHON now and find all manner of GAMES, INSPIRATION and ENTERTAINMENTS for your Halloween enjoyment.
People keep sending me the pizza lanyard link/story and, while I appreciate ANY & ALL PIZZA-RELATED NEWS across my desk, the lanyard itself has some serious flaws.
In short: I don’t understand the design. There’s no way a slice of pizza could be that close to my mouth without getting consumed. So, there’d always just be an empty, greasy plastic pouch around my neck. What I require is a Pizza TARDIS that can hold a billion billion slices inside and dispense them to me throughout time and space. I recall many’a frightful occasions in my life when I was PIZZA DEFICIENT and only an inter-dimensional pizza deployment device will resolve this issue.
Any day is a good opportunity to experiment in the realm of SNACK SCIENCE! Today, I wanted an Oreo cookie, but I had none. Enter: some Trader Joe’s Cats Cookies (for People!) and a can of cake icing. It’s… IT’S…. A-L-I-I-I-I-I-I-V-E! (and it’s pretty tasty, too.)
Say ‘hello’ to the Internet Arcade from Archive.org: dozens & dozens of early (1970s-1990s) arcade games; no quarters required.
Thank you, Buzzfeed, for including the Museum of Food Anomalies in your list of “20 Weird, Wonderful, And Strangely Specific Museums You Have To Visit”
Visit the Museum of Food Anomalies for yourself!
May your 2014 be free of hyperbole. Happy New Year, everybody!
Thanks to everyone that enjoyed the 2013 Halloween Phenomethon of Links − it’ll be back next year!