Stoners rejoice! Taco Bell Canada has announced the Cheetos Crunchwrap Slider for $2.99 (holy f***ing shit that's cheap!) for a limited time. So, next time you're intoxicated and think, "Dang I'd really like some Cheetos, ground beef, nacho cheese and sadness," you know where to find such things.
Viktor Krasnov could face one year in jail for writing "there is no God," in an Internet exchange that "offend[ed] the sentiments of Orthodox believers."
He had to spend one month in a psychiatric ward last year to pass examinations to prove his sanity. You know, because believing in an all-powerful omnipresent being is way more sane than believing in the randomness and chaos of nothing.
3. Kanye Illegally Downloads Music and Programs, Just Like You!
Pirate Bay and Kanye West. Need we say more? Kanye tweeted this photo of his browser to show he was listening to Sufjan Stevens, ironically, via YouTube, not his co-owned Tidal. Even worse, his other Internet tabs include Pirate Bay, a torrent site he is allegedly considering legal action against for providing his album The Life of Pablo for illegal download.
Who needs Keeping Up With the Kardashians when you can follow Kanye on Twitter?
4. American's Stop Laughing, Start Googling How to Move to Canada
According to Google trends, Super Tuesday saw a surge in searches for "How to move to Canada," as American's slowly realized our collective deepest, darkest fear could come to fruition this November. Seriously, guys. Donald Trump could, in fact, be the next leader of the free world.
Alright, so this MacBook Selfie Stickmay just be an art project at this point, but don't kid yourself into thinking that Aunt Margaret won't ask you where she can order one of these babies from come Christmastime.
9. For the Brave: Glass Slide Hovers 1,000 Feet Above DTLA
For every adult who wishes it wasn't weird to play on that treacherous slide at the park in a non-creepy way, it's a beautiful time to be alive. Visit the glass skyslide this summer and hover 1,000 feet above the street of Los Angeles with just 1.25 inches of thick glass between you and a long, long way down.
As if kids weren't sticky enough, they can now unfold a greasy Happy Meal box from Swedish McDonald's and enter the world of virtual reality. By tearing along perforated edges and inserting a smartphone, kids can finally ditch their boring lives full of corporate pencil pushing and monotonous drudgery. God, it's tough being a kid.