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Five Tons of Nutella Goes Missing

 

German police are investigating who made off with five tons of Nutella over the weekend. According to police, someone stole seven pallets that were packed with the hazlenut and chocolate-flavored spread between Friday and Sunday night.

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If Twitter Was Invented in the 80s, This is What it Would Look Like

Twitter has been around for a few years now, and while Facebook reigns supreme twitter a growing beast in the social media world. So what would twitter have been like if it were created in the 1980s? Take a look.

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Bruce A Stockwell,flickr

A Grocery Store That Charges You to Look? Yes, It’s Happening

It's a trend I really hope doesn't catch on around here, it's being called "showrooming," when you go to a store, look around , then leave and buy somewhere else or online.  Obviously, the stores hate it, and now, a store in Australia has decided to do something about it.

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Death Wish Coffee.com

Death Wish Coffee – The World’s Strongest Coffee is Now Available

If you love your morning coffee and cant get enough caffeine to get you through your day, here is some good news! 

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Getty Images

Dennis Rodman Courts North Korea’s Kim Jong Un — Wait, What?!

Amid very rocky relations between the United States and North Korea, Dennis Rodman enjoyed the company of North Korea's repressive leader Kim Jong-un, during a recent basketball exhibition game in North Korea, a country that just conducted a nuclear test!

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alist,flickr

Woman Using Internet to Name Her Child

This is different, would you let someone else name your child?  That's what Natasha Hill is doing. 

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Map of Rude Place Names Around the World

You may not have heard of Shag Point New Zealand or Spread Eagle Canada, but if Gary Gale has his way you will. 

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Scotland’s First Krispy Kreme Store Causes Mile-Long Traffic Jam

Europe exports music, art and culture trends to America. The U.S. exports…doughnuts. Traffic police in Scotland were called in to relieve a massive snarl during the opening of the country's first Krispy Kreme store, whose drive-thru window caused mile-long jams.

Thankfully, the Scottish police cleared the jam by eating all the doughnuts. Just kidding. They advised citizens

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Restaurant Fining Folks For Not Eating Everything on Their Plates

You knew someone would think of this sooner or later!  A seafood restaurant in Japan is fining customers who don't finish their meals.  They add a 20 dollar surcharge to a meal if everything is not eaten, even down to a piece of rice left in the bowl.  Does this sound extreme? 

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ABC News

Couple Is Addicted To Taking Coffee Enemas

Well they have done it again!  TLC's My Strange Addiction show has topped themselves this time. Just when I think the topic can't get any weirder, it does!  This show covers it all there's the guy who's in love with his car, and when I say love it's not the kind of love you typically think of between a man and his car, then there's the woman addicted to snorting baby powder, the woman that sticks sharp objects in her ears all day, it just goes on and on.

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