Forget Tinder and other dating apps, Facebook is set to launch a dating feature, and according to CEO Mark Zuckerberg at the company’s annual F8 developer conference Tuesday: “This is going to be for building real, long-term relationships – not just hook-ups.” This opt-in feature matches users with people they aren’t already friends with, and will be able to build a dating profile that even their friends won’t be able to see. Continue reading for another screenshot of the interface and more information.
Some people like to directly trade-in their vehicle at dealerships to avoid hassle, while others go the private sale route using sites like Craigslist. This person went with the latter, and tried an interesting ad copy to catch your attention for a 1999 Toyota Corolla. Continue reading to see the entire ad copy, as well as a few comments that internet users left for him.
These days, there are Kickstarter crowd funding campaigns for just about everything, including “Slice of Sauce”. Invented by Emily Williams, co-founder of Bo’s Fine Foods, these ketchup slices are described as an individual slice of flavor-packed condiment offering a portable, convenient, clean label experience. They are mess free, and a solution to those who don’t want soggy bread when they add the condiment to their meal. continue reading for another video and more information.
People have been selling just about anything you could think of online, whether it be via auction or classified websites, but one item that is a bit hard to capture, or at least when alone, are mirrors. There’s currently a viral Twitter thread that gathers random images of people selling mirrors to show just how ridiculous some can get. Continue reading for more.
Let’s face it, when you purchase something online, you’re doing so blindly, as it is impossible to inspect the item before shipment. For example, this person thought they were getting a 6.5-foot tall teddy bear that was well proportioned, but apparently, what they received was one with 4-foot long legs, and something that appears to be straight from a nightmare. Continue reading to see more things purchased online that took an unexpected turn.
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Ever come across a person who looks like a famous celebrity, but not quite? These people have too, but they went the extra mile, and decided to take a picture with them before posting the image onto social media platforms. For example, the group above thought Robert Downey Jr. was shopping at their local mall. Continue reading for more normal people mistaken for celebrities.
Some theaters have special 2-for-1 ticket days, but these two kids from Carson, California couldn’t wait for that deal, so they decided to improvise. As you can see, you have one person sitting atop the other’s shoulder while covering themselves with one very long trench coat. Continue reading for two videos showing what happened afterwards.
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The Beach Behemoth Giant Inflatable 12ft. Beach Ball may sound like fun, but according to this guy, it’s a lot more destructive than you may think. Made of thick, durable 30mil vinyl with reinforced seams, it boasts 659,000 cubic inch volume, while large, secure airtight valve keeps air in and won’t tear or detach from the vinyl. Get one here now. Continue reading for more responses to Reid’s review and a video of the 9ft. version.
MTG fans rejoice! Rudy of Alpha Investments and Vintage Magic’s Daniel Chang both have chosen to invest, collect and trade Magic the Gathering cards instead of cryptocurrencies, stocks, or other commodities. Why? For one, the Alpha Black Lotus you see above at one time fetched $50,000, and back in 1993, they could be found in booster packs or starter decks that cost you under $10 each. The success of the initial edition prompted a reissue later in 1993 (Unlimited Edition), along with expansions to the game. Arabian Nights was released as the first expansion in December 1993. New expansions and revisions of the base game (“Core Sets”) have since been released on a regular basis, amounting to four releases a year. Continue reading for more videos and information.
Six-year-old Ryan, the “host” of Ryan ToysReview, a popular toy-review channel on YouTube, reportedly earned $11 million (pretax) income in 2017. It all started when Ryan, then a 4-year-old fan of toy-review videos, asked his parents why he couldn’t also follow in their footsteps, and the rest is history. The channel started out slowly until a July 2015 video went viral, which featured Ryan opening and reviewing a box containing more than 100 toys from Pixar’s “Cars” series. As of today, that video has close to 800 million views. Continue reading for more videos and information.