Cheddar Cheese Ball Crusted Chicken Strips

“I started off with some boneless, skinless chicken breasts which I cut into strips. Then I covered the chicken strips in flour and dipped them in a mixture of egg and milk before topping them with crushed up cheese balls. After that all I did was cook the chicken strips in the oven at 375 degrees and after about 25 minutes they were done! Much like the Cheeto Crusted Chicken Sandwich my Cheddar Cheese Ball Crusted Chicken Strips turned out delicious! In fact, this is definitely one thing that I’ll be making again. Actually, considering how many cheese balls I have left there’s a good chance that I’ll be making them again sooner rather than later.” w/ photos

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Bread Renamed Giraffe Bread After Letter From Girl

Sainsbury’s has changed the name of their tiger bread to giraffe bread after a suggestion from a three-year-old girl. Lily Robinson wrote a letter to the supermarket chain telling bosses their patterned loaf should be renamed giraffe bread. The letter, sent in May 2011, was received by Sainsbury’s customer manager Chris King, who loved Lily’s ideas. He replied: ‘Renaming tiger bread giraffe bread is a brilliant idea – it looks much more like the blotches on a giraffe than the stripes on a tiger, doesn’t it?… Yesterday, the supermarket chain decided to trial the name change, implementing it in stores across the country.” w/ photo

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100-Year-Old Keeps Sharp Playing Nintendo DS

“A sprightly centenarian has revealed the secret to staying sharp in old age – playing VIDEO GAMES. Instead of knitting or playing bingo Kathleen Kit Connell, known as Kit, spends two hours a day tapping away at her favourite console. And the grandmother-of-one, who still lives independently, said she has used the Nintendo DS Lite, so much she even wore out her first console and had to replace the computer. Kit, who according to the game has the mental age of 64, said: ‘It’s absolutely super. I don’t feel a day over 80.” — jonmillsswns

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Bicycle Can Cage

“Light and rigid can cage for your bicycle, made out of leather, with a snug fit. Bring a can of soda (or beer, or juice) along for the ride. A flat can of Coke has been called the racing cyclist’s ‘secret weapon’ – the quick jolt of sugar and caffeine is perfect to get you up the last few hills. Rigid leather is hand-stitched together to be structurally sound. Cans stay snug in the can cage even after a rugged off road tour. Designed to fit a standard can size, also fits tallboys.” w/ photos

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Top 15 Shameless Public Flashers Of All Time

“When you think of ‘flashing’ you probably think of some guy running naked across a sports field, or opening up a trench coat, maybe giving a wiggle and running away. That’s the normal flashing stories you hear, but these stories are anything but normal. From getting busted by an undercover dog to a door to door flasher. These guys made flashing even more crazy and uncomfortable than you thought possible. How about the excuse “I was just airing it out, it needed some air.” Yes, that happened. Here are the top ten shameless naked flashers of all time.” w/ photos

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