Reynolds Wrap is selling a new and improved Hunger Harness for the Super Bowl. Its description reads, “A thermal pouch to keep sandwiches and wings warm, a food tray that turns you into a human table, a drink holder for hands-free storage of your beverage and an insulated dip holder.” The baby-like harness also has a built-in paper towel holder, a small trash can and a detachable neck pillow. The harness costs four dollars on the Reynolds Hunger Harness website.
This really is an odd choice. Last week, the University of Liverpool tweeted out a photo of a slice of cheese, the type that comes in a plastic sleeve, and captioned it, “This is not a bookmark.” To add insult, the slice of American cheese was clearly aged and discolored. The tweet went viral, and the library challenged the people who “liked” the tweet to come up with cheesy puns, promising to post the winner. (Mashable)
This is a novel way to get help. A German woman named Lonia Haeger was travelling in a camper van with two friends in the remote Nordkapp area of Norway when ice made the road completely impassable. The group was scared their vehicle would slide down the mountain or get hit by another motorist as they waited for emergency services to reach their remote location. So the group came up with the idea for Lonia to make a dating profile on Tinder, where she was contacted by a local man within minutes. The man rescued the group using a digger to cut a safe path through the ice. (Daily Mail)