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What’s an Unwritten Rule Everyone Should Follow?

What’s an Unwritten Rule Everyone Should Follow?

What’s an unwritten rule everyone should follow? The best answers we’ve seen include not leaving your shopping cart in the middle of the aisle . . . not starting drama at a wedding or funeral . . . and owning a plunger should be mandatory.MORE

Here’s the Pie Every State Was Searching for Pi Day

Here’s the Pie Every State Was Searching for Pi Day

Pi Day, spelled P-I, was yesterday. But people used it to enjoy pie, spelled P-I-E. Google released a map showing the type of pie every state searched for the most leading up to yesterday. Different custard pies won 19 states . . . and different fruit pies won 11.MORE

A Guy Stole a Playground Slide and Attached It to His Kid’s Bunk Bed

A Guy Stole a Playground Slide and Attached It to His Kid’s Bunk Bed

Cops in Washington state raided a guy’s house looking for catalytic converters he’d stolen off cars. And they found a massive, 400-pound stolen playground slide attached to his kid’s bunk bed. It went missing from a park in December after someone sawed it off of a piece of playground equipment. He’s facing charges for possession of stolen property.MORE

What Food Could You Not Live Without?

What Food Could You Not Live Without?

A new survey asked people what foods they absolutely couldn’t live without. The top five are: Mac and cheese . . . butter . . . pizza . . . milk . . . and bread.MORE

A Company Will Pay Someone $1,000 to Play Cornhole

A Company Will Pay Someone $1,000 to Play Cornhole

The TruGreen lawn care company is going to pay someone $1,000 to play CORNHOLE. You just have to play five times and rate how it was each time around. You’ll also have to provide your own equipment.MORE

Can Concerts Return This Summer?

Can Concerts Return This Summer?

Live Nation is planning to host outdoor amphitheater shows by mid-summer, but as far as the touring industry goes, it sounds like there’s still too much uncertainty for anyone to commit to really ramping things up again.

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