British bakers invented a new confection called Santa’s Yum Nut. It’s a flakey donut made to look like Santa’s pants. Finally, we have Santa by the balls!
A new video on Youtube features Wunderland, an amusement park in Germany built on the former site of a nuclear power plant. The most popular rides included: Tilt-a-Hurl, Ferris Wheel of Misfortune, Gravitronium, Tornadon’t, and Cancertron.
Huffington Post released a list of healthy foods inspired by the pandemic that we have to look forward to in 2021. And I can tell with 100% certainty it is healthy by how disgusting it all looks.
McConnell suggests the Senate May consider $2,000 stimulus checks, in exchange for Trump’s other demands: election security, removing some legal protections for technology companies, and your firstborn son.
Australian yachtsman rescued after spending hours clinging to what he was told was a beacon in the ocean. Rescuers saved the day by pointing out he was clinging to a beacon, not bacon.
Child labor in the Palm Oil Industry tied to Girl Scout Cookies The boxes are labeled sustainable, so they seem to be okay, but suspicions resurfaced when they released their news flavors: Tag-a-long day for child labor and Thin the Reinforrest Mints.
Mashable posted about a new trend we missed in 2020, the human mattress domino. It’s fun to watch, but no one wants to clean up the mess when it’s all over.
Fist-bumps beat handshakes in the Pandemic-Conscious 2020, revealing a new side effect of the Pandemic, we all become super cool.
Boston Dynamics, the Massachusetts company, known for its cutting-edge work in robotics, released footage Tuesday of its famous robot collection boogieing to The Contours’ 1962 R&B hit “Do You Love Me?” Now robots can even dance better than white people.
The New York Times says it’s time for a digital detox. So don’t eat anything digital for 30 days.