What happens when your cereal looks like or Munch painting, or your funnel cake looks like a seahorse? It ends up here: “Welcome to the first exhibition of the Museum’s collection. We’ve selected a handful of defining works from the archives to supply a proper introduction to the Art of …
Displaying all posts tagged as "weirdness"
“I was about to stroll through the door of my local Schnucks on Saturday afternoon to pick up a few groceries, when all of a sudden this nine-year-old kid comes bolting out the exit door with two Schnuck’s employees in hot pursuit.”
“Susan Bezuka may be TV’s newest star. It started out as a regular Thursday morning for Bezuka of Conant Street. Armed with her mother-in-law, Alice Bezuka’s, list, Sue Bezuka left the recuperating woman’s Elliott Street home on June 9 and headed to Henry’s Market in North Beverly to do her …
“I’m slowly building up a structured, visual record of everything in my house. You’re welcome to browse around while I’m working — check out the kitchen cabinets, dig through my collections, or head on down to the basement and see what you can find.” (Thanks a.wholelottanothing.org!)
Three Items at the Supermarket I See in a New Way, Now That I’ve Read Some Books on Literary Theory.
“Lean Cuisine Sweet and Sour Chicken has been disassembled with extreme prejudice. I like their new packaging, but that doesn’t make the food any better. Here are the ingredients I found…”