The Daily Mail says Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema was recently doing a live online Q&A session when a woman thanked him for exposing her cheating husband. Tom posted a picture of himself at the restaurant. The woman saw her husband and his mistress dining in the background.
A Dutch supermarket chain has scrapped its plans to collect photos of employees in their underwear, which it said, would be used to provide properly fitting uniforms. The supermarkets had asked employees to use a special clothing-size app to upload a photo of themselves in their underpants. The photo would then be used to determine the proper size and fit for a new uniform. Yeah, the feedback was not good. They also didn’t plan on the people who don’t wear underwear.
Hasbro has released a “Nightmarish” Longer Version of Monopoly! Nobody asked for this, but it’s now available on Amazon. It’s $20 and the game doesn’t end until someone owns every single property, owns all 16 streets, four railroads and two utilities. And there’s only one die, and the game board is extra long. The tokens have also been customized for this version: Players can choose from a tortoise or a hare. (The perfect gift for someone you hope to never, ever see again.)