Nope. Nope. Nope.
An Oregon man found an whole rodent just chillin' inside his Subway sandwich. And if you think this is faked, like so many of these stories before, think again!
The state health department has confirmed that this actually took place.
Just look at that little guy—all comfy under a warm bed of spinach.
Matt Jones witnessed the mouse go into his friend's sandwich.
"It's the funniest thing I've ever seen, but it's also the most disgusting thing I've ever seen," Jones told KWG8. "I laughed because I was like, there is no way this just happened."
The only ray of hope is that the rodent probably didn't come from inside the Subway, but from the spinach company.
On second thought, that's actually not better at all.
Thanks to the Disney Accelerator Program, some lucky kids are getting the chance to make their dreams come true.
UK-based company Open Bionics is developing these super awesome prosthetic limbs for kids based on Iron Man, Star Wars, and Frozen.
"They won't have to do boring physical therapy, they'll train to become heroes. They're not just getting medical devices, they're getting bionic hands inspired by their favorite characters," the company said in a statement.
Disney has provided consultation on the project and royalty-free licensing.
Working with Lucasfilm's ILMxLAB and Disney creative teams, the 3D-printed arms are based on on Iron Man's gauntlet, a lightsaber and Queen Elsa's hand.
Playboy announced today that the classic naughty magazine will no longer publish nude images starting this spring.
Models will still be in provocative poses, but the March issue will have no fully nude images.
As we say goodbye to nudity, let's remember the 15 most iconic covers of Playboy's past...
Make sure you keep your gun oiled—if you know what we mean.
A video posted on Facebook last month is making the rounds, and it will have you on the floor laughing.
Jamie Lee Bracey came across a bottle of 'Gun Oil' lube at a Walmart in Alabama. The bottle was stocked in the firearms section and it caught his eye.
"Apply desired amount to genital areas," he read. "BOOM...they don't event know what they're selling. It's crazy."
That's right. Gun Oil is a personal lubricant popular with gay men. And some poor Walmart employee had no idea what they were doing.
Thank you, Alabama. The jokes just write themselves.
Faith in humanity = restored.
Carl Bates, an Illinois farmer with terminal cancer, had over 450 acres of corn to harvest—but he wasn't sure if he would be able to do all the work given his medical condition.
Enter 40 other farmers from the surrounding community, eager to help out.
The volunteers were able to complete the work record time, using 10 combines to clear the field in about 10 hours.
Bates is currently at home under hospice care, but his cousin Jason Bates, told Fox 59 that this act of kindness has helped take some stress of the family.
"(Carl Bates' family) has so much going on right now, with medical bills and the condition he's in," said Dan. "This is one less thing they have to worry about. If they need to sell (the corn) to pay bills, it's done. They can now worry about Carl and take care of him."
Luke Gatti doesn't want your mac 'n' cheese donations—send those to your local food bank, the infamous "drunk UConn kid" said in his apology video.
Remember the entitled teen who was caught on video berating a cafeteria worker over bacon-jalapeño mac 'n' cheese? Well, that's Gatti. And he's super sorry now.
After the incident went viral, the student was dismissed from his university. This seems to be a wake-up call.
"I am ashamed. I really am ashamed of myself," he says in the video.
Gatti apologizes to the cafeteria staff, calls himself an a**hole and promises to seek help for his problems.
Wait...a local diner named a calzone after this kid? Nah, he won't learn a thing.