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You Want Socks with That? McDonald’s Is Giving Away Free Loungewear for 1 Day Only

McDonald’s Giving Away Free Merchandise for 1 Day Only | PEOPLE.com Top Navigation Close Explore PEOPLE.com Profile Menu Follow us Close Share options Close View image You Want Socks with That? McDonald’s Is Giving Away Free Loungewear for 1 Day Only this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility […]

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Baltimore Crab Restaurant Changes Dress Code After Being Accused of Blatant Discrimination

Earlier this week, a Baltimore seafood restaurant went the not-so-great kind of viral, after photos of its dress code were posted on Twitter. “Strictly Prohibited,” The Choptank wrote in the kind of red stylized font you’d expect to see on the door of a 12-year-old’s treehouse. It then listed a dozen rules and punctuated them […]

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Nudist Couple Can’t Find Nude Servers to Work Their All-Nude Wedding

According to a survey conducted by wedding-planning website Hitched, last year the average cost of a wedding in the United Kingdom hit an all-time high of £32,273 ($40,305). That terrifyingly large number includes an estimated £5,221 ($6,508) to rent a venue, £1,166 ($1,453) for photography, and £5,920 ($7,393) for food and drinks for the reception. […]

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Librarian Finds Returned Book with Entire Soft Taco Used as Bookmark

For several days last week, Brand Twitter entertained itself by suggesting which foods and beverages could theoretically be poured into the pages of whatever book you’re reading. “Don’t have a bookmark? Try using Chex Mix instead,” the Chex Mix account suggested, posting two photos of a hardcover that had been filled with its own combo […]

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Pizza Chain Apologizes for Posting Pic of Pizza Flag to Remember 9/11

It’s so difficult to know how to commemorate 9/11. Whispered promises to remember the victims, and solemn reminders of our patriotism can feel woefully inadequate, but doing nothing on a day that heavy with emotion will forever feel like a tactless omission. No one knows the challenges of those somber reflections better than Brand Twitter. […]

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Garlic Expert Who Crusaded Against Importing Garlic Is Going to Prison for… Importing Garlic

Last spring, Letetia Ware, the then-head of the Australian Garlic Industry Association, discussed the country’s high standards for its home-grown garlic, and warned that imported garlic bulbs could be problematic on several levels. “There are many countries around the world that are using chemicals, herbicides, fungicides that would be restricted or prohibited in Australia, so […]

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Highly Relatable Raccoons Busted for Being Day-Drunk in Residential Neighborhood

The Old Farmer’s Almanac has been published in some form or another since 1792, but the target audience seems to have expanded beyond old farmers. If it only catered to that demographic, then your retired realtor granddad wouldn’t have a copy in his bathroom magazine rack, and it wouldn’t have to write articles that describe […]

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New Mexico Taqueria Faces Criticism for Cringeworthy Trump-Themed Menu

As of the most recent Gallup poll, President Donald Trump’s approval rating is 41%, a full 13 percentage points lower than the average approval rating for previous presidents at the same point during their own administrations. Knowing that—or even guessing it, based on context clues—it seems a bit risky to connect your new restaurant to […]

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Massive BBQ Planned Next to Home of Vegan Who Sued Neighbors Over Meat Smells

Earlier this week, Australian vegan Cilla Carden appeared on television, explaining that her neighbors were literally ruining her life by grilling meats in their own backyards and, to a lesser extent, by smoking, scraping their chair legs on the concrete, and allowing their children to play basketball outside. But she mostly blames the barbecue. “They’ve […]

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Man Faces Assault Charge After Allegedly Throwing Cupcake at Driver in Road Rage Incident

Last week, author and illustrator Michelle Rial tweeted a chart from her recently released book, one that had the heading “Is It Too Late to Start?” With two simple line drawings, she bashed the idea that you’re ever “too old” to do anything, and her @-replies were stacked with people sharing their own later-in-life successes, […]

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KFC Is Testing Vegan ‘Fried Chicken’ Using Beyond Meat

As the nationwide lines, outages, and media frenzy surrounding Popeyes’ new fried chicken sandwich have proven, people love fast-food fried chicken. But hot on the heels of the chicken sandwich, its Yum Brand-owned competitor is testing a different hypothesis: Do people want fake fried chicken? KFC has partnered with Beyond Meat to find out. KFC […]

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Maine Cops: Actually, There Are Laws When You’re Drinking Claws

In June, YouTube comic Trevor Wallace kicked off what has become our collective White Claw summer when he released an almost five-minute long video called “Drinks White Claw Once.” More than two million people have watched as he both parodies and celebrates the flavored hard seltzer—and a year ago, no one would’ve ever expected that […]

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Brutal Murder of 19 People in Mexico Could Be Related to Avocado Trade, Expert Says

On Thursday morning, the residents of Uruapan, Mexico, woke up to a scene too grisly to even be called nightmarish. Nine bodies were discovered hanging from an overpass, and some of them had been partially stripped of their clothes. Seven more bodies—some dismembered, some decapitated—were found under a nearby pedestrian bridge. And three others were […]

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