Thinking of a trip to Japan anytime soon? Be sure to pick up the newest souvenir exclusive to the Land of the Rising Sun: A bottle of Burger King perfume. More
It’s that time of year again. High school seniors across the country are getting letters in the mail that determine their futures. Regardless of whether they’re accepted or rejected, the letters usually follow a tried-and-true template. But this letter, purportedly from Harvard, breaks the mold completely. More
The top dog in San Francisco today isn’t Mayor Ed Lee — it’s a six-pound rescue dog named Frida. More
Figures of speech are apparently coming to life in Paris today, as one man has been searching for a literal needle in a literal haystack. More
A 90-year-old Florida man was stopped and issued a citation by police last night for attempting to feed homeless people in a Fort Lauderdale park because the world is a cold, unforgiving place and humanity is doomed. More
You may have heard that Olive Garden sold 1,000 passes allowing customers to eat unlimited pasta, soup or salad, breadsticks, and soda for $100 over the course of seven weeks, but we assumed most of those people were either dead or had transformed into 40-foot Linguine Alfredo monsters terrorizing strip malls nationwide. More
A Chinese woman dumped by her boyfriend last week needed time away from her apartment to escape bad memories, so she shacked up with the only man who she knew could bring her comfort (and comfort food): Colonel Sanders.
South Wales resident Alan Knight was set to stand trial for scamming a neighbor out of $65,000, but the trial was delayed after Knight slipped into a coma. Or that’s what the official story was, until Knight was caught on video walking around a store, driving a car, and observed by doctors to, you know, not be in a coma.
See that fetching fellow up there? That’s Einstein, and if a group of former Occupy Oakland activists have their way, he’ll be the first canine mayor of Oakland.
Imagine there’s two Lennons. It’s easy if you try.
Well, that is according NME, who today reported that Dr. Michael Zuk, a psychotic and technologically mislead dentist from Alberta, Canada, plans to clone the late Beatles singer from tooth DNA and raise him as a son. More