Company accused of ‘cultural appropriation’, ;gentrifying’ and ‘colonising’ beloved dressing
Scoop up a sweet treat from ice cream giant Ben and Jerry’s
Fast food was put on this earth to fulfill our unhealthiest culinary desires. Sometimes this means sandwiching a waffle between two fried chicken patties. Sometimes this means dyeing a burger bun black.
Sometimes this means Donut Fries, a buzzy item off the new Dunkin’ Donuts snack menu. But before you speed to nearest DD, know that these doughy fries are available in Massachusetts only, per Boston.com.
A representative for Dunkin’ tells Mashable that the coffee chain is, indeed, testing a $2 snack menu in select Boston-area locations. The full menu rundown, via the Dunkin’ rep: Read more…
At the top of any Gayest Songs of All Time list, you’ll find Melissa’s Etheridge’s “Come to My Window.” It’s hard to find a song more purely, authentically ’90s lesbian than one about two women staying up late so they can hang out in the light of the wolf moon.
That’s why it was so strange for many of us in the Xennial queer community to discover that Applebee’s had used “Come to My Window” in their most recent commercial and stripped the gay right out of it. In the Applebee’s interpretation, “Come to My Window” is less about lesbian sex, more about ordering cheesy quesadillas and mozzarella sticks from their drive thru window. Read more…
The company behind pop culture’s most collectible vinyl figurines has joined the cereal game in the most brand-appropriate way.
Funko is known for its Pops, which turns everything from Star Wars to Edward Scissorhands into adorable collectible action figures. Nothing beats the cute of its latest invention though, a line of cereal that will come packaged with mini-Pop figures of icons like Wonder Woman and Freddy Krueger.
Funko Founder Michael Becker gave the an exclusive look at the new venture, which will launch in collectible outlet stores like FYE this June for $7.99 a box. Read more…
But sweet food not associated with the condition, say researchers