Jay Jones of the Chicago Tribune lucked into finding what could be the secret recipe of "11 Herbs and Spices" that make up Kentucky Fried Chicken. What do you think, could this be the real deal:
Apparently white pepper was super rare back in Kentucky in the 50's, so that was a HUGE secret back then.
Who knew anything white was kept a secret in Appalachia?
If you try it, let us know how it compares to the real thing.
Some Americans accidentally invaded Canada this weekend when about 1500 folks in floats got pushed off-course by strong winds, pushing them onto the Ontario side of the St. Clair River in Michigan.
Unwilling to share their Molson, the Canadians insisted on bussing everyone back to the border to U.S. Customs:
It has been crazy busy. Thank you Sarnia Transit. Also thank you Esso & Lanxess. Couldn't have done it without you. pic.twitter.com/a47hmm92QS— Sarnia Police (@SarniaPolice) August 21, 2016
We can guarantee they kept the party going once they got back on U.S. soil, because #Merica'!
Remember, this is the land that, until recently, was known as the "land of rape and honey."
Oh Canada, you do keep trying, don't you?
For your body positivity of the day, Twitter has erupted with the "Mermaid Thighs" craze as an antidote to the thigh gap. "Mermaid Thighs" are thighs that touch:
To show your love for damn fine thighs, use the hashtag #mermaidthighs
In a shocking turn of events, Stanford University has made Model/TV Host/Vacant Starer Tyra Banks a Professor:
Banks will be a guest lecturer for MBA students next May, co-teaching a class on personal branding. May we suggest they expand her course offerings to include "The Art of Fierceness," "Neck Lengthening for Beginners"...
and "Theorizing Branding With Only Your Eyes."
Get it, girl.
The Cincinnati Zoo is trying to put the drama of Harambe behind them by asking the Internet to "Stop making memes of our dead gorilla."
So, in honor of the "retirement" of the Harambe Meme, here are some of our favorites:
The zoo might "not be amused," but we sure as hell are! RIP Harambe.
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During the men's marathon on Sunday, Ethiopian long-distance runner Feyisa Lilesa pulled a Hunger Games moment and showed his support for the Oromo Protests in his home country by making a specific motion with his arms:
Showing the sign is highly political though, so when he spoke a press conference after the marathon he said what he risked with the gesture, "If I go back to Ethiopia maybe they will kill me," he said, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.
"If I am not killed maybe they will put me in prison. [If ] they [do] not put me in prison they will block me at airport. I have got a decision. Maybe I move to another country."
Like the Hunger Games, let's hope the people can rise above this oppression.
Fact Check says Trump's First Ad Averages 1 Lie Every 4 Seconds. I can hear Hillary's slow golf-clap from here. Let's hope his next ad doesn't disappoint us either.
I'm just saying, I didn't know it was possible to get an 8-pack:
Great job getting all those Olympic metals, ladies.
Tom Hiddleston and Chris Hemsworth have started filming Thor: Ragnarok in Brisbane, Australia:
Checking pulses.... yep, we're still in love! Looking forward to this next step in the series!
Yep, you can now follow along on super-scientificcy NASA research stuff from the comfort of your home sweatpants:
Now it's time to dig into their data and see if I can create that settlement on Mars next door to Mark Watney.