Pancake Floor Pillows

A collaboration with Bryan Mccarthy, these pancake floor pillows look good enough to eat and comfortable enough to sit on. Measuring a whopping 36″ in diameter, the pancakes are upholstered 2″ tempurpedic-type foam with digital printing. Also available are the pancake specials with super-cool side detail and 4″ foam. Stack them in a corner when not used and throw them around to lounge in comfort. Stacks of 2 or more receive a 10% discount (by hand); stacks of 3 or more receive a 10% discount and a butter pat! Get ‘em while they are hot! This stuff is going to sell like hotcakes!” w/ photos

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World’s Largest Snake

She weighs more than 300lbs, is 25ft long and it takes 15 people to hold her. Now Medusa is set to slither into the record books as the world’s largest snake living in captivity. The massive python, which will be on display at the Edge of Hell haunted house attraction in Kansas City, eats a 40lb animal about once a week but could easily eat something weighing more than 100lbs. She will soon be visited by representatives from the Guinness Book of World Records who are coming to verify her new title.” w/ photos

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Patrons Mistake Ice Cream Mascot For KKK

Once and for all, people, it’s an ice cream cone. The owners of Ice Cream Family Corner and Sandwiches at the busy intersection of South Pine Avenue and Southwest 17th Street say their two-month-old business is getting creamed because passers-by have mistaken their white-hooded ice cream cone mascot for a KKK protester. Co-owner Jose Cantres says rumors are swirling on Facebook about the exact nature of the little vanilla cone, and employees heard through word of mouth that potential customers have steered clear of the shop to avoid the character. Liza Diaz, who manages the store for Cantres and co-owner Jesus Diaz, said an employee at the bank where she does business told her a co-worker was so frightened by the white dollop patrolling the street corner that she called her husband crying and refused to drive through the intersection. “One (customer) told me, ‘I had to think twice before coming in here because I thought it was KKK,’ ” Diaz said. Interestingly, Diaz, who is from Puerto Rico, had never heard of the KKK before this controversy. She can’t even quite get her tongue around the name, referring to the white supremacist group as the “Ku Ku Klan” without a hint of irony or sarcasm.” w/ photos

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