The week that was

The week that was

Applebee’s has created four different lip gloss “flavors” including Get Me Hot Buffalo, Sweet Chile Kiss, Be My Honey Pepper, and Honey BBQ-T to help “spice up your date night.”

Georgia’s Department of Revenue announced that its residents can claim embryos as dependents on their state taxes. 

Authorities allege that a Utah man who tried to kill a spider with a lighter started a wildfire that scorched more than 60 acres of U.S. Forest Service land. No word on the fate of the spider.

A Hong Kong-based tech company’s stock price skyrocketed more than 32,000 percent from $7.80 to a high of $2,555 per share. Nobody, not even the company itself, knows why.

Google has an app called Meet and it also it also had an app called Duo. They decided to change the name of Duo to Meet. So now it has two products called Meet. Says the company who mission is to “organize the world’s information.”

A world-renowned scientist has been forced to apologize after he shared what he claimed was a stunning picture of a star, which turned out to be a slice of chorizo. 


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