Very quickly – name three things you can do with a burger. (Think of a big fat juicy burger as you rattle off those uses.) Here are my answers:
- Wolf down.
- Savor slowly.
If you ask me, there is no other use for a burger than to fill up an empty stomach. No matter how you do it, the fun part is in the EATING. This guy disagrees with me, though. He found a new – and probably healthier – use for burgers: painting material.
The video below shows how Phil Hansen got hold of a bunch of burger patties and used the grease from them to create his own version of da Vinci’s classic Mona Lisa. I think the paper on the wall is wax paper?
Never mind that the video is part of a campaign by Arby’s and that it was launched more than a year ago. It’s still pretty cool to watch. Don’t blame me if the catchy song in the background keeps playing in your head long after you’ve watched the video, though.
Talk about a different kind of art. Now, who wants a burger – or two – for lunch?
via FML FTW