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Cat involves the rescue and unlocks door for its proprietor caught out of doors

Breaking news: A cat made itself useful. No, really!  When student Gabby Tropea found herself  accidentally locked out of her house, she decided to try the back sliding door. Unfortunately, that turned out to be locked, too. This is where Boco, her cat comes in. The rear door was locked with a wooden bar, which...CONTINUE READING
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Overwhelm Twitter proves that from time to time subtweets will also be excellent

An Ode to… is a weekly column where we share the stuff we’re really into in hopes that you’ll be really into it, too. Twitter is the very definition of “too many cooks in the kitchen,” but breaking the platform down into sections and focusing on your own specific interests makes it significantly more bearable....CONTINUE READING
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Please benefit from the unnecessarily lit ‘Act My Age’ by means of One Route meme

One Direction may have disbanded three years ago, but their songs are still undeniable meme-worthy bops.  You’ve probably stumbled across this bizarre meme in the past few days: A trio goes hard and dances in perfect sync to what sounds like the beginning of a sea shanty.  That tune is a One Direction deep cut...CONTINUE READING
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This ‘Alien’ cake is the one excellent gender divulge

Congrats, it’s a parasitic alien!  Gender reveal parties are exhaustingly overdone — from starting wildfires to nearly killing Grandpa, the heteronormative announcements can backfire beautifully. Twitter user @mskittenfish posted a video of a rare gender reveal done well.  SEE ALSO: Watch a baby gender reveal party backfire spectacularly But there’s a twist: The baby is...CONTINUE READING
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Why is everybody on Twitter speaking about towels?

Good morning, everyone. Apparently we’re mad about towels.  Scrolling through Twitter on Monday, you might have seen a feed full of people arguing over the amount of towels you’re supposed to own. The Great Towel Debate started when Twitter user @Advil asked followers to settle an argument between him and his girlfriend.  SEE ALSO: Surreal...CONTINUE READING
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Twitter nonetheless assists in keeping archives of your DMs years after you deleted them

Uh-oh, this doesn’t look good. You know how when you delete a Twitter DM and you’re expecting it to, like, be erased and non-retrievable ever again? Turns out Twitter‘s still keeping archives of deleted DMs according to a security researcher who shared his discovery with TechCrunch. SEE ALSO: Brand Twitter, please stay away from the...CONTINUE READING
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Man scams his means right into a unfastened Outback steak by means of pretending his Valentine stood him up

A lonely guy pretended to get stood up on a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner at Outback, wasted hours of a well-meaning but clueless server’s night, and went home with a free meal. Outback even offered him another free meal — provided he bring a real date.  27-year-old Stephen Bosner spent Feb. 14 on a mission:...CONTINUE READING
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Jack Dorsey: Twitter is thinking about ‘explanation’ characteristic

Twitter doesn’t have an edit button, but it could one day have something close. Sort of. CEO Jack Dorsey said the company is thinking about a “clarification” feature that would allow users to include additional context for old tweets. Speaking Thursday at Goldman Sachs’ Internet and Technology Conference in San Francisco, Dorsey said the company...CONTINUE READING
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Kenny G is trapped in a maze of roses, serenading Kim Kardashian for Valentine’s Day

Nothing screams “romance” more than Kenny G trapped in a room full of glass vases.  Kim Kardashian West posted a video showing how Kanye went all out for her Valentine’s Day present — surprising her with a room in their posh California mansion decorated with roses. Best of all he also brought in jazz love...CONTINUE READING
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Critical on-line harassment occurs far more than you could suppose

A new survey indicates that social media is an even stinkier cesspool than we previously thought. The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) released the results of a survey Wednesday that found that over half of all Americans had experienced harassment online, and one in three Americans had experienced “severe” online harassment. The ADL defines severe harassment as...CONTINUE READING
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