There are real spies at Starbucks!

There are real spies at Starbucks!

If you’re a fan of scratch and sniff stickers, and really, who isn’t, then you’re no stranger to the world of scented stationeries, but those usually come in sweet scents like strawberry and birthday cake. All that changes with Taco Bell’s limited-edition collection of taco-scented wrapping paper, featuring the scent of Taco Bells signature Triple Double Crunchwrap!

Former CIA spy Amaryllis Fox has written a new memoir, titled  “Life Undercover: Coming of Age in the CIA.” In it, Fox says spies and secret agents use Starbucks gift cards to communicate with each other and their assets. The agents give gift cards to their contacts and tell them to buy coffee if they need to get in touch. They know to meet at Starbucks if their card balance decreases.

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The Sun claims Larry Sumter, of Texas, recently took over his 15 year-old daughter’s social media accounts after he discovered she snuck boys into a sleepover party she attended. Larry posted pictures of himself in a wig and in Daisy Dukes and crop tops. His pictures received double the amount of likes as his daughter’s. (He’s also been asked to the prom!)