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“When it came time to decide on an ice cream flavor, I just had to pick an Oregon kind of flavor, marionberry pie ice cream. But I drooled over my absolute favorite flavor, rocky road. So what’s better than my favorite Tillamook ice cream flavor in the form of a brownie pie? Not much except maybe riding on that conveyer belt with a block of cheese… Here’s how to make rocky road brownie pie.” w/ photos
“The life after corkage ottoman gives a second life to 2,500 wine and champagne corks which would otherwise be sitting in a landfill. Corks are enclosed in a breathable, durable mesh fabric, revealing the history of each cork inside. The ottoman can also be used as a stool or side table and is suitable for indoor and covered outdoor use.” w/ photo
“For our latest mission 23 actors and 2 dogs infiltrated a public space and went on ‘mute’ at coordinated intervals. The mission took place near the northern entrance to Prospect Park in Park Slope, Brooklyn.” — ImprovEverywhere
“Imagine walking into your home and finding a peacock lurking inside. That’s what happened to one Las Vegas homeowner over the weekend. The peacock was spotted in the man’s backyard. But, apparently, the bird wasn’t happy wandering around outside, so it let itself into the man’s house, going through an open sliding glass door. The peacock made himself quite at home, even jumping up on the homeowner’s bed at one point.” w/ photo + video
“Yeah, yeah, we know. All advertising is ridiculous. It is, but these slogans are flat out wrong. Like, logically, they don’t make sense. You may say, “it’s a joke” but if it’s a company advertising real products; they should tell the truth. We don’t see why a company would want to be known for joking around in the first place… Here are the top 9 slogans that make no sense.” w/ photos
“This machine manipulates small spherical rare earth magnets, slicing one at a time from the end of a long chain, moving it around a bit, then dropping it back to re-connect at the tail end of the chain.” — djohnson