We all make mistakes. And Taylor Randall, the University of Colorado undergrad who had to be coaxed off a mountain by police yesterday, is no exception. On Monday, the 21-year-old communications major went hiking with a couple of friends in the mountains surrounding Boulder, Colorado. While on their journey, the three decided to take some psychotropic mushrooms.
Mushrooms on a mountain? Sounds dreamy, huh? Eh, not so much.
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Fill in the blank. It’s time to move when __________. Correct! When a moldy mushroom patch sprouts up in your apartment. Natalie Wise of Sacramento made a gnarly discovery while cleaning her apartment. “I looked down to vacuum and I saw this [fungus] … At first, I thought [my son] had peeled an orange, and I got down closer and I realized it was a mushroom.” In the two years that Wise and her son have been living there, her apartment has flooded six times. The management company have ignored Wise’s request for help with the fungus patch in her living room. Yes, it’s definitely time to move. [FOX]
Hot foodie Teri Tsang Barrett knows her way around a kitchen — a graduate of the Institute of Culinary Education, she works as a Food Editor at Everyday With Rachael Ray in constant search of the perfect thin crust pizza. Every couple of weeks she sends The Frisky her favorite sexy recipes — good food that every ravenous gal can make in a pinch. Stuff your face this Valentine’s Day with her I Heart U Garlicky Pizza Bianca — she’ll explain why garlic is worth having rank breath for.
Consider the stinking rose for your next night in. Besides being good for your heart, garlic is linked to an enzyme responsible for woodies. Uncork a bottle of wine and you should have a sure thing on your hands. Roasting the garlic sweetens the flavor and removes the bite, so dragon breath won’t keep you from going about your business. Keep reading »