Everyone should take social distancing very seriously to help halt the spread of COVID-19. But what if you ran out of toilet paper at home? Simple. Just head out and get some, but if rather not, or simply can’t because of shelter-in-place ordinance such as the one put in place in San Francisco and Amazon […]
You heard of the phrase “stretching the dollar”? Well, in this desperate time where toilet paper rose to have equal standing as germ-busting sanitizers and masks, you ought to be stretching the toilet paper instead.
In this dark time, Las Vegas will not only be forever known as the birthplace for drive-through strip shows; it will probably be known as a place where once a single roll of toilet paper was peddled at an exorbitant $3,999. I kid you not. It actually happened, or at least, according to a report, […]
Toilet paper. It is the last thing you expect to be highly in demand in a pandemic. But here we are, people swooping into supermarkets, wiping clean shelves of toilet papers. Yup. Such is the world has become.
In quarantine, but the dog still need to be walked? While I may not have a solution, you may learn from a man in Cyprus. The man in quarantine used a drone to take his dog out for a walk, so he does not have to physically do so.
The U.S. government and medical experts on communicable diseases have implored residents of the U.S. to commit to social distancing to halt the spread of the coronavirus. And as social distancing is at play, businesses are paying the inevitable price and by businesses, it includes, well, lap dance club.
Legend has it that Takumi Fujiwara’s trusty Toyota AE86 Sprinter Trueno is still racing until this day… outside of Japan, that is. This is the video evidence of the car with an unknown driver, “drifting” as it “sprints” downhill.
Cat videos going viral happens all the time. But this recent viral video on Twitter, posted by Japanese Twitter user @betelgeuse331 (あとりえ宇宙工房（塾長）💋@ちぇし @勉強垢), has nothing to do with cat and cucumber.
Something happened in Moscow that puts it out there that superhero has no place in the real world. Like for example. How is possible that the Batman could zip around town without the law catching with him? Oh, wait. Gotham needs him, but clearly, Moscow has need for the Dark Knight.
The streamlined look of skinny jeans/pants is here to stay because, we are in the future, aren’t we? Plus, it is nice to take up less space in the closet and in the subway. But then this happen: Harikrishnan’s Inflatable Latex Trousers.