Boston University lost their bet with Temple University so BU students will be eating Philly Cheese Steaks under a banner congratulating the Eagles on their Super Bowl victory.
Budweiser honored its bet with Eagles offensive lineman Lane Johnson and bought Bud Light for the everyone at the Eagles Super Bowl parade.
A Florida man who was missing at sea was found after 16 days of subsisting on Doritos and cookies.
Headline of the Week award goes to Inverse for “Flat Earther’s Rocket Launch Fails Spectacularly, Disappointing Tens”
Police in Scotland had a tense, 45-minute stand-off with a tiger until they discovered it was a stuffed animal.
In Mexico, someone tried to send a live tiger cub through express mail.
Remember the emotional support peacock from last week? This week a college student was told by Spirit Airlines at the gate that her pet hamster, Pebbles, would not be allowed onboard her flight so she flushed him down the toilet.
Ever sensible Finland started wheels turning for the EU to evaluate the repeal of Daylight Savings Time.
Japanese scientists were at it again. Apparently chemicals found in McDonald’s french fries stimulates hair growth.
Sensing opportunity with the legalization of recreational pot in California, one enterprising Girl Scout sold over 300 boxes of cookies in six hours outside of a San Diego pot dispensary. All for a good cause?
A self-driving truck drove itself 2,400 miles from Los Angeles to Jacksonville.
The US Army is now training with unmanned robots that shoot .50-caliber bullets from a machine gun.
The Norwegian Olympic team in South Korea misused Google Translate and ended up taking delivery of 15,000 eggs.
The Winter Olympics skating competitions kicked off in Korea with a dreadful Paul Anka cover of Wonderwall.