This should be the formula for everything, but in two instances this has become the formula for ultimate success. Tailgating at football games, and an online cooking show based in Canada.
Epic Meal Time is an internet phenomenon that averages 1 million page views a week per video that’s posted every Tuesday. Yes, it is an online cooking show, but it is of the egregious variety in every way, shape and form. Tons of bacon. Tons of alcohol. Tons of unhealthy things for you to consume. What more could you possibly ask for? Nothing.
Enjoy the video, as Eli Manning has officially made it by getting a sandwich named after him by these outlandish Canadians. Excuse me as I consider how much I would enjoy devouring such a delicacy. Here is your pertinent reading material for Friday and enjoy the weekend.
Grantland: Who Does Bruce Kittle Think He Is?
Bomani Jones: Kobe Bryant Vs. Kyrie Irving? Oh, It’s Still On
Hardwood Paroxysm: Waiters on the Shoulders of Giants
H1gher Learning: 10.Deep Summer 2012 Tank Tops & Accessories
Maurice Garland: Crunchy Black Gives Interview After Getting Shot In The Face
Player’s Perspective: Why are so many sports PR folks unprofessional?
Kegs ‘N Eggs: Oregon’s Rose Bowl Helmets Now Come as Golf Clubs, Kinda
Boxing Scene: Adrien Broner: Boxings Can Man Basking In The Glow
FOX Deportes: NBA players speak on who would win in Olympic sports, Pau Gasol in Ping Pong?
Eddie Maisonet is the founder and editor emeritus of The Sports Fan Journal. Currently, he serves as an associate editor for ESPN.com. He is an unabashed Russell Westbrook and Barry Switzer apologist, owns over 100 fitteds and snapbacks, and lives by Reggie Jackson’s famous quote, “I am the straw that stirs the drink.”