Forget Food Trucks, You Need A Prosecco Van For Your Next Party!

The Processco Van is the greatest thing to arrive on wheels since the invention of the food truck. This mobile vehicle does exactly what its name implies: It drives around bringing sparkling wine to bubbly-loving partygoers. What more could you possibly ask for?

Whether you’re planning a wedding or hosting a summer get-together, a boozy addition like this would surely make your party even better.

We have Joe Bruce and Ben Broad, aka the Bubble Bros, to thank for converting a vintage three-wheeled van into a well-oiled prosecco-delivery machine.

The pair founded the Prosecco Van in 2015 and have been making people’s lives better ever since — one perfectly chilled glass of bubbly at a time.

Check out the Prosecco Van in action:

Unfortunately, the Prosecco Van is only available in the U.K., but thankfully, the idea of a mobile bar is fast becoming a trend. You know what that means: Americans are getting in on the action, and there are several options for drinks-on-wheels in the States now, too.

Depending on where you live, you have access to different options such as Road Soda, The Mobile Pub, Silvercloud Trailer Events and others.

So, whether you’re planning an outdoor wedding or just want to make your summer BBQ the talk of the town, these mobile bars are definitely worth looking into.


This Hot Glue Gun For Cheese Is The Holiday Gift We All Need

Do you have a cheese-lover on your holiday gift list? (Answer: Yes.) Then you need to get in on this amazing “hot glue gun” for cheese.

Called the “Fondoodler,” this innovative new kitchen tool takes cheese (any cheese your little heart desires) and warms it, turning it into ooey, gooey, squirty deliciousness.

The sky is the limit, from homemade cheesy tortilla bowls to jalapeno poppers.

And whether you want to use Kraft American or a fancy cheese spread for a party, the Fondoodler can do it all.

What a great idea! People love cheese… but no one likes sitting there and painstakingly cutting slice after a slice, especially when they are preparing a large party plate.

Plus, the texture of gooey cheese is just divine! Yet the idea of buying cheese in a spray can is a bit off-putting to most people. It might taste pretty good, but you are left wondering: What the heck is in this?

Well, with the Fondoodler your spray cheese anxiety will be no more. You can have that melty texture without having to question the quality of your queso.

Plus, the Fondoodler is just plain fun! Look at all the cool stuff you can do with this guy:

Yes that’s a Lincoln Log cabin made out of pretzel rods and squeeze cheese. Honest Abe himself would be pleased.

Or make a taco night more fun with a spray-your-own cheese nacho bar:

Or make a dream home out of cheese and crackers:

Or just add some to bread and make an awesome grilled cheese! The possibilities are endless. And since the Fondoodler is only $25, you can’t go wrong with this quirky and memorable gift over the holidays.

Now, if they just made one for chocolate too…

Cubs World Series Celebration Was 7th Largest Gathering In History

The Chicago Cubs won the World Series after an epic Game 7 on Nov. 2. It was their first championship win in 108 years.

Given the devotion of Cubs fans and the very long wait for another World Series win, you knew the celebration two days later would be as epic as that Game 7. Well, it was epic, because 5 million people decided to show up and celebrate with the Cubs during their parade and rally. That makes it the seventh largest gathering of humans in the history of Homo sapiens.

But where were the other six gatherings that beat the Chicago Cubs World Series celebration? Listed below are those six gatherings, along with a few more, to create a top 10 list of the biggest human mosh pits of all time.

1. Kumbh Mela pilgrimage, India, 2013

30 million

This Hindu pilgrimage happens once every 12 years, so just imagine how many people will gather for the next Kumbh Mela pilgrimage in 2025.

2. Arbaeen festival, Iraq, 2014

17 million

Millions of Shia Muslins participating in the Arbaeen festival—which honors the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad who died in battle in Karbala, Iraq, in the 7th century—gathered in the city to commemorate the end of the annual 40-day mourning period.

3. Funeral of CN Annadurai, India, 1969

15 million

This man was a revolutionary figure in India and a prolific speaker as well.

4. Funeral of Ayatollah Khomeini, Iran, 1989

10 million

This massive gathering after the Iranian Ayatollah died saw 8 people trampled to death, and the 86-year-old’s body even fell out of the coffin as it was mobbed by mourners.

5. Papal gathering, Philippines, 2015

6 million

When Pope Francis visited Manila, more than six million showed up to hear him speak.

6. World Youth Day, Philippines, 1995

5 million

Until the 2015 Papal visit, the 1995 Catholic gathering held the record for the most people to attend a Catholic mass.

Here are the rest of the top 10 largest human gatherings in history:

7. Chicago Cubs World Series celebration, Chicago, 2016: 5 million

8. Funeral of Gamal Abdel Nasser, 1970: 5 million

9. Rod Stewart concert, Brazil, 1994: 3.5 million

10. Hajj pilgrimage, Mecca, Saudi Arabia, 2012: 3 million

11. Anti-war march, Rome, 2003: 3 million

This also makes the Cubs celebration the largest human gathering in United States history. Until Rod Stewart hosts a concert somewhere in the U.S., that is…

Try Skinning A Watermelon For An Awesome Party Trick

Peeling fruit is all kinds of useful for when you’re having a dinner party or just have picky eaters in your house. Some are easier to peel than others though. Ever get those deliciously juicy Florida oranges? Insanely hard to peel.

Well this sweet party trick is brought to you by former NASA Engineer Mark Rober from his YouTube channel. I had no idea this could be done, or why you’d want to, but it makes total sense when you watch it. Very cool.