This is everything. A man snuck into a Five Guys burger restaurant after hours to cook himself a burger on the grill. Maybe this is just a sign that Five Guys needs to consider extending their business hours, because obviously the demand is there.
2. Starbucks Cup Reads "Diabetes Here I Come" to Unenthused Customer
A Starbucks customerreceived his grande white mocha with the label "Diabetes here I come," where normally his misspelled name should have been. Of course, what could've been a harmless and funny joke turned out to be hurtful when the man returned to the Starbucks with a note that read, "2 of my sisters are diabetic, so... not funny."
Ah, well, bored Starbucks barista, you can't win 'em all.
3. Castaways Spell 'Help' On Beach, Actually Get Rescued For Once
Augustus Sol Invictus (in case you're wondering, he did in fact change his name to that) is running for a Senate seat in Florida. Oh, and after walking to the Mojave Desert from Florida two years ago, Invictus killed a goat and drank its blood upon his return.
Yes, he is running for the U.S. Senate, not the Iron Throne in Westeros.
8. AMC May Allow Cellphones in Theaters, Because Why the F*** Not
Turns out golf really is a rich man's game. While the sport was popular in China in the '80s and '90s before being outlawed in 2015, just last week, the Discipline Inspection and Supervision News announced, "Since it is only a sport, there is no right or wrong about playing golf."
10. In Shanghai, Avoiding Mom's Call Could Affect Credit Score
The government of Shanghai just released new regulations that instruct adult children who don't live with their elderly parents to "visit or send greetings often," or they could be filed for neglect by their parents. After a warning, the credit scores of adult children could be negatively effected.
Good to know you can never really grow out of being grounded.