If you haven't savored the delicious goodness known as Nutella, then you definitely haven't lived. It's so popular that it even has its own official day.
The first World Nutella Day happened in 2007, when Sara Rosso set up a site dedicated to her love of the chocolate-hazelnut spread. So imagine her surprise when she received a cease-and-desist letter from the makers of Nutella requesting that Rosso no longer celebrate World Nutella Day.
Try not to let your eyes roll out of your head while reading this story. A relatively attractive London woman who has been unemployed for the last two years is blaming it on her good looks.
Laura Fernee, who claims to have a PhD in an unspecified field of science, says she was working at a medical research lab earning £30,000 a year from 2008 until 2011. She stated that the comments made by her coworkers about her attractive physical appearance became too much and she quit.
Did you know that the US Navy actually use bottlenose dolphins to locate underwater military equipment that can't be detected by machines? And this strategy actually works?
According to the LA Times, this method recently helped Navy divers uncovere a lost piece of military technology known as a Howell torpedo. The inert torpedo was found in two pieces, and bore the stamp "USN No. 24." Only one surviving
Howell torpedo was known to exist until this recent discovery.
No matter how famous you are, you should never piss off the help especially when they know where you sleep. Case in point is this unbelievable story shared by Adam Sandler during an appearance on Jay Leno. And you'll never guess why she did it:
Here's proof that any monkey with a camera can take better shots than you can. These snapshots by Mikki The Chimpanzee are part of an interesting project done by Russian-born American conceptual artists Vitaly Komar and Alexander Melamid. The purpose is to document how the monkey learned to use a polaroid, analogue, and antique large-format camera. The pics below were were snapped at Moscow’s Red Square and other city sights.
Need a hit of caffeine in the morning? You're not alone. But what if it was served not in a cup, but in your toothbrush?
Colgate has revealed plans to make a toothbrush that has a caffeine patch built in to it as you brush your pearly whites. The patent reveals it is considering other flavor patches and even drug delivery using the system.
Are beauty pageants coming to this? Jenny Oliver, a British child beauty competition enthusiast has registered her unborn child, Ella/Eva for the "Miss Natural Sparkle" pageant. That's right. An unborn child.
Having to deal with pregnancy while you're still in school can be hard, but one Michigan school district has decided to make life even harder for two of their pregnant students by banning them from getting their photos taken for the school year book.
This case will no doubt go down in history as the first time an
Instagram photograph was cited as evidence in the federal felony
complaint. Two crooks have reportedly been busted for identity theft
after giving away their secret identities on the app.