This week at Awkward Human, we’re talking good tasting gluten-free cookies, eating in Spain, sleeping on the Casper mattress, Petty Jars, and boyfriend biases. Join us more for next week!
If you’re one of those unfortunate souls with Celiac Disease, you’ve suffered through enough terrible tasting gluten-free cookies. Try this recipe and feel alive again!
Awkward writer Luke Reppe tells us how he missed out on the great Spanish eats (or lack thereof) in Madrid.
Need a new bed but don’t know what to get? Lindsey tries out the Casper 100 night free trial and reports back on her findings.
If you’ve got roommates, or siblings, or parents, or friends, or a partner, the Petty Jar system might help you blow off some steam without the hurt feelings.
Adam helps out a poor soul in need of smart car support.
Thanks for reading! Question: Why don’t you ever hear of America knock knock jokes? Because freedom rings, mother fucker.
Changing the color of your poop is like changing the color of your underwear: no one else will notice but it is satisfying nonetheless. While dropping any shade other than brown would normally be cause to WebMD a cancer diagnosis, you can also intentionally color-engineer your turds.
“Whenever you feel shitty, that’s ‘cause of gluten.” This belief—held by Seth Rogen, people with Celiac Disease, and those on the fad diet bandwagon—has led to a world of gross gluten-free products. But with some peanut butter and a lot of sugar you can make tasty GF cookies while still atop your flourless pedestal.
Casper is an up-and-coming mattress brand claiming to be “the perfect mattress for everyone.” I bought one and put it through a 45 day test to find out how “perfect” it really is.
Spain’s food culture is one of the best in the world. Unless you’re an 18-year-old American student with a taste for cheap eats.
Some people have a jar where they put positive notes to loved ones. I have a jar where I put the negative things, and it always succeeds in making sure the little troubles don’t become big issues.
A man in China decided to create and practice a bizarre exercise. He carries a heavy rock on his head while walking around his local park, and it works.
Everyone has their unreasonable biases, but Justin’s boyfriend hates smart cars so much that he’s threatening to withhold sex if he buys one.
This week we talk rough sex, kids with nature, douchebag outfits, creative moms, and blind astronomers. Join us for more next week!
A gay virgin asks how to have rough sex without feeling any pain. Resident expert Adam Dachis weighs in and gives lots of pointers and tips on how to stay safe in the bedroom.
After one kid fell into a gorilla exhibit, and another kid was eaten by an alligator, the public wants to blame the parents. Lindsey Brunken doesn’t think that’s such a good idea, read more to find out why.
Want to look like a real tool this summer? Check out our style guide inspired by Urban Outfitters, the brand for tools and douchebags alike!
Our very own network mom, Toni Dachis, gives all you artists out there tips on how to let yourself shine through your art!
Science gets weird when a legally blind man can see the milky way better than the rest of humanity. How is that possible? Click to find out more.
Thanks for reading, and here’s a helpful tip for your weekend: “Beer before liquor never sicker, toothpaste before orange juice dead.”
Minnesota has made headlines with it’s State Fair all-star food lineup over the years, and its 2016 lineup is no exception!