kit kat lawsuit This Woman Wants a Lifetime Supply of Kit Kats Because She Ate One Without a Wafer
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Saima Ahmad, a law student in England, decided to practice what she's been learning when she bought an ate a KitKat that was missing that tasty center wafer part. 


As she told Yahoo! News, she has written a letter of complaint to Nestle demanding a refund and adequate compensation for the mishap.  Citing "monetary and emotional" loss, she has asked for a lifetime supply of unlimited KitKats and says she would consider taking further legal action if her demands are not met. It may sound unrealistic but she has said, “I’m trying my luck, if you don’t ask you don’t get.”  So hopefully she isn't really expecting unlimited candy bars.   

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Keyboard Cat? This Keyboard Cat?



Yes, the very same. This is one of a few videos The Shelter Pet Project created featuring some of your favorite pets of viral fame who were once poor orphans in a shelter. With the hashtag #StartAStory, the Shelter Pet Project Hopes to encourage people to adopt loving pets from the shelter before they decide to buy one. 

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Sure, this is a commercial for condiments but let's face it, we're only watching for the puppies.  

Maybe it's wrong to dress dogs up as food and make them run majestically through a field toward their implied doom. Even if it is, there are certainly worse things to dress them as.


via Crusoe the Celebrity Dachshund

House of Fraser is a chain of department stores in the UK that carries "Over 1000 premium brands and designer labels" according to its Twitter description. They tried to get a little crazy with their new #Emojinal Twitter campaign and while it's certainly getting them attention, it's for all the wrong reasons. Which is fine by us, because their tweets and the confusion they caused are (perhaps unintentionally) hilarious.

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felix working cats This Adorable Cat Just Got a Much Deserved Promotion
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Felix used to be an everyday cat, just working her day job keeping mice at bay at Huddersfield Station in West Yorkshire, England.  She was brought in at only nine weeks old to help take control of the pests in the station and she really grew into the role. 



After five years of hard work she finally got the promotion she deserves. No longer is she a simple mouse catcher. She is now Senior Pest Controller, complete with the adorable visibility jacket, name tag and authority that goes with the title.  Let's hope she uses her newly appointed power benevolently. 

money google Remember the Guy Who Bought Google's Domain Name? Here's How Much He Got Paid for It
Via: CNN
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Google, a giant of a company built on the shoulders of the search engine at Google.com some how forgot to renew their Google.com domain name.  That's how Sanmay Ved, a former Google employee and current grad student came to own the domain at the price of $12. Of course he only owned it for about a minute before returning it to its previous owners. 



Google offered to reward Ved (pictured above) with $6006.13 (Get it? It spells Google!).  When they found out that he intended to give it all to charity they doubled the amount and sent it to Art of Living India where Ved was going to donate his reward. 

Step 1: Take the stuffing out of a human-sized teddy bear.
Step 2: Wear its skin.
Step 3: ????

You might be asking, "why did this happen?". Well, what else are you going to do with a giant, stuffed bear?

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