Meet the Restaurant That Wants to Be the Worst Reviewed Restaurant Ever on Yelp

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Meet the Restaurant That Wants to Be the Worst Reviewed Restaurant Ever on Yelp
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Botto Bistro in Richmond, CA near the Bay Area is fed up with Yelp's alleged manipulation of consumer reviews. To combat corruption within Yelp, Botto Bistro has a new, lofty goal: be the single worst reviewed restaurant on Yelp. Show the public that Yelp reviews don't correspond at all to the actual quality of the restaurant. They're so dedicated to their goal that they now offer a 25% discount on meals if the customer writes a scathing Yelp review.

Congratulations, Darrin Z., Daniel B., and Diana A. You all just earned 25% off of your next meal at Botto Bistro!

Disgusting Video of the Day: You Get What You Pay for When You Shop at Food 4 Less

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Warning: Take caution watching this video if your stomach upsets easily.

Just think about all those meals you consumed in the dark...

Food of the Day: Tim Hortons Introduces New Buffalo Crunch Doughnut

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Food of the Day: Tim Hortons Introduces New Buffalo Crunch Doughnut
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News lost in the Tim Hortons Burger King merger is this bizarre new doughnut. Covered with actual Buffalo sauce, two decorative tortilla strips, and crushed up chips, Tim Hortons' new Buffalo Crunch Dount tastes a little bit like a chicken wing.

Invention of the Day: Top Culinary Scientists Are Redesigning the Way You Spread Butter

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The Stupendous Splendiferous Butterup is designed to spread butter (especially cold butter) more evenly on your bread. You can kickstart the project at the link below, but considering their goals have already been exceeded nearly ten-fold, you're probably going to see this puppy on store shelves soon.

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Mildy Interesting of the Day: This Retired Dad Really Wants You to Know How Much Corn You Are Eating

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From he uploader:

A little back story on this video: I got this as a text from my 71 year old mother today with no context or description and out of nowhere. After watching it, I was certainly stunned at the sheer amount of corn. After a second viewing, I called my 72 year old dad and spoke with him at length on the subject of corn. He has been eating corn for over seven decades and was motivated to share a kernel of his knowledge.

Essentially, he wanted people to understand the difference between how much corn is on the plate that you'd never eat if it was served that way, but when it's on the ear, you might just eat two or three ears all hot and buttered!

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