This Café Has Become a Safe Haven for Stray Dogs During the WinterThis café shows so much compassion for the area's stray dogs.
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The Clinic Café was a hospital-themed restaurant in Singapore. It was created by Dutch architectural firm Concrete Architects as a tribute to British artist Damien Hirst. The food was served in bed pans, with syringes full of ketchup, and waitresses dressed as nurses served customers sitting in golden wheelchairs.
The restaurant is now closed, probably because people always complain about hospital food.
Why Are Things like "Cat Cafes" Replacing Human-to-Human Contact?You can now pay hundreds of dollars to drink coffee surrounded by cats. Is this where we've come to as a society?
Some Of The Weirdest Subway Requests Ever CreatedJust because you can order whatever you want at Subway, it doesn't mean that you should.