When we realized we had just bought napkin rings, a bookshelf, batteries and a giant sack of frozen meatballs, we realized you really can get everything at IKEA. Apparently, that even includes a husband.*
Cronuts have taken over New York City (and the internet) in a big way. The hybrid croissant-doughnuts are only available at one bakery, and when they're gone madness ensues. People are scalping pastries, folks. There's a cronut black market on Craigslist, where you can have one delivered to you for $40. There are bootleg "doissants." It's insanity.
What is it with people who are trying to get others to clean up their mess?
First, there's the woman who is asking the internet to pay her daughter's medical bills after a viral video where she tried to jump off a roof into a pool went horribly wrong. Now comes this brazen fella in Britain.
Legend has it that 30 years ago Atari buried a massive cache of video game cartridges in a landfill in New Mexico. Specifically, they buried tons and tons of copies of the failed 'E.T.' video game, an Atari non-classic that nearly sunk the gaming industry. Now a film crew has been given six months to search the massive 100 acre landfill to find the motherlode of lost games and confirm that the story is really true.
You probably think of Monopoly as that excruciating board game you have to play with your family, unless your mom likes to make her nephews cry and it gets banned from the house (thanks, Mom!). It turns out it's not the Parker Bros.' fault that the game is so mind-numbingly dull -- it's yours. You've been playing it wrong all these years.
For all the times you've had to look at some dimwit's photo of themselves with their mouth half-open in front of the bathroom mirror, there is at least some justice in the world. One idiot's pointless vanity led to his arrest.
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