To close out the week, I'm going to share one last website and then that ends Colonel Harlin's Cavalcade of Crappy Websites.
There are some animal/food combinations that just scream out "Make me into a themed restaurant!" Weiner dog + Hot dogs = No Brainer Logo. Chocolate + Crocodile = Chocodile. You get the point. Probably pretty far down on that list, though, is the mixture of Penquins and Waffles.
Clearly pioneering their own mix-n-match combos, the fine folks at Penguino have finally uncovered the long-hidden elusive link between Penguins and Belgians. And, as their splash page clearly demonstrates, the people of Penguino take both Penguins and Waffles equally as seriously. This isn't a Penguin place that serves waffles. Nor is this a Waffle place that likes Penguins. No, this is a Penguin Waffle place, fools, and you're going have to stomach both in equal doses at Penguino.
In fact, they seem so incredibly focused on giving you equal doses of Penguins and Waffles that there's startlingly little info on the site about their own bakery. What is immediately apparent on their main page is that this is "the Official Penguino website." That's right. Don't be tricked into thinking this is just a fan site, or some sort of knock-off impostor. This is THE official site for pictures of penguins and waffles - together.
And not just pictures, mind you. Nope, you can read all about both Penguins and Waffles. Learn all about International Waffle Day. Bet you didn't know this:
"In medieval French, the term for this pastry was "oublie" (from Latin "oblata"), sold by "oubloyeurs" in the streets of Paris and other major cities."
Somehow Penguino really feels you need to be familiar with the Latin roots of a Waffle to truly enjoy it.
Stranger still is the section on the Penguin page all about gay penguins. Yep. You read that correctly. The gay penguin section of Penguino's website.
Where else can you read about gay penguins and look at pictures of waffles? Well, other than that lame-ass Penguino fan site.