December 6, 2014
Ok, so we only asked the question in this video, but we never actually got an answer: guise, let us know what the point of making more beer foam can be. Isn’t it a bad thing? Do people actually like having more foam? We’re not fans of it. Never really have been. There was one Korean beer that had a special foam added to it, which wasn’t the best beer but still aright, but using this machine does not get those results. Guise?
Otherwise, we were thrilled to see what it did to soda, though the foam didn’t stay for long. OMG I just came up with a brilliant use for this! So, you know how when you have a root beer float, there’s so much foam, but then it dies down after a while? I’d imagine this could get you that foam back, right? But, again, who would want that? I’ve never met anyone who likes foam on their drinks. AND ANOTHER THING: I’ve never liked foam on my food, either. Sometimes when you go to a fancy-pants restaurant they give you some meat with a “mushroom foam” or some crap like that on top of the food, and it looks like somebody hocked a frothy loogie all over your food. It never tastes good, and makes me gag a bit.
One last thing: I’m not sure if the mics could pick this up or not, but hooooooo boyyyy does this thing make an awful sound. It’s bad for me, but for Martina it’s terrible. She has a really ultra-sensitive sense of hearing. She can walk into a house and tell you where its security system is located. She’s got dog-hearing, that woman. Well, in one ear at least. Anyhow, this thing and its sonic-ness is really painful to listen to. Sounds almost like a dentist drill, but painfull-er to the ears. DO NOT LIKE.
So that’s it for this week’s WTF! We’ve got a DICKS coming tomorrow, so stay tuned for that. Woot!