There are these sticks you can rub in your beard so you smell like you've been camping, which seems like more fun than camping, except that people with beards love camping, so why would they need this? One wonders.
Watch out, Japan, the Eye of Sauron is coming for you!
An opera singer sings and her exhaled breath makes algae grow and the audience eats it to experience the magic of biotechnology and the non-magic of super disgustingness.
How could we not love these animal-themed shoes, featuring favorite Grist List creatures like orcas, sharks, and elephants (plus non-animal Grist List faves like coffee and butts)? Well, I suppose we could not love them because they cost between $1,000 and $2,000 a pair. But man, if I ever come into money, some of it will be earmarked for wildlife and animal rescue funds … and then, as a reward, I will completely get shark shoes.
"Knobbly carrots, wonky spuds, bent courgettes and discoloured cauliflowers" are all on the table.
Cheese is expensive in Canada. Really expensive.
Just keep telling yourself "it's only animal meat that someone has lovingly sculpted into the shape of human meat." On second thought, that won't help at all.
This solar-powered water treatment plant, which will make 1,300 gallons of clean water every day, is owned and operated by high school students.
America, I still believe in your ability to bang two junk foods together and make something horrible. But Pizza Hut Middle East scooped you on the pizza-dough-coated Kit-Kats.
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