How To Make Donut Strawberry Shortcake

“I made strawberry shortcake… with a donut. A sweet and soft glazed donut. I was a little worried this would be too sweet (really, is there such a thing?) but it wasn’t. That glazed donut was the ultimate vessel for the sweet and fresh strawberries and light, fluffy freshly whipped cream. Mr. just picked it up with his hands and ate it like a sandwich. I will never make strawberry shortcake with pound cake again. This is easy, quick and fabulous.” w/ photos

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Man Shoots Himself Trying To Hit Snake

“Escambia County Deputies 55-year-old Michael Howle was taken by family to West Florida Hospital around 5 p.m. Howle says he was trying to kill a snake in his yard. He lives in the 3,000 block of Crabtree Church Road. When Howle spotted the snake, he told deputies he went inside to grab a gun to kill it. But in the yard, Howle says the rattler slithered its way around Howle’s right leg, tripping him. Howle says the snake was pinned beneath him, and when he tried to free it, his weapon discharged. Howle says he shot himself in the back of the ankle.” w/ photos

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Just Before Dark

“A man walks his date back to her home, after what looks like a successful first date. Will the end of an afternoon bring new hope for romance… or will something unexpected force them apart?” — YOMYOMF

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Mirror Scare

“Putting up a Craigslist ad for an ‘adventuresome third’ is just a waste of time when there are thousands of them. Better to just wander around until you find a haunted J-horror house.” — 5secondfilms

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Vegetable Psychologist

“Don’t like how your vegetables taste? Then send them to the psychologist, the vegetable psychologist.” — diagonaluk

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Hot Dog Roasters

Our curly campfire forks are made of high-quality steel. They measure approximately 34 inches in length, including an 11 inch oak handle and a full-grain leather carrying strap. The design is innovative and uniquely ours. We twist and shape the steel ourselves. We add a personal touch to each handle by branding it with a red-hot steel cable prior to applying a high-quality polyurethane finish. There is nothing automated about our production process. You get a quality, hand-made product that not only looks fun, it prevents food from falling into the fire. And perhaps the best feature — the pointed end hides within the metal coil, protecting both you and your food so you can enjoy a safe and memorable campfire cookout.” w/ photos

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