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TGIF, Daily Whaters.

We’ve been through a lot this week. From a public frozen fish graveyard to a washing machine with a brick in it on a trampoline, this has been one for the history books.

But a lot happens in a week, and we are but one website. With that in mind here are some stories that we didn’t get to but think are worth your time.

Enjoy or don’t, the choice is yours!

The World Said Goodbye to Big Mac Creator, Michael Jame Delligatti, who died at 98 via The New York Times.

Domino’s decided not to have reindeer deliver pizza because duh via Mashable.

Nike released its first pair of self-lacing sneakers (for $720) via QZ.

Guns ’N Roses brought a grotesque Trump piñata to their concert in Mexico City and let fans hit it with sticks via The AV Club.

White Supremacist’s former classmates raise money for refugees via The Daily Dot.

This furniture is assembled like Legos and is surprisingly comfortable and affoardable via Mashable.

Unused copies of Newsweek’s Madam President cover are selling for almost $10,000 via NBC.

Speaking of which, private citizen Hillary Clinton leads President-elect Trump in popular vote by 2.5 million via Time.

Speaking of which, a CNN reporter can’t believe what Trump voters believe on the internet via The NY Daily News.

Have a great weekend! 

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We here at The Daily What strive to give you, our loyal, intelligent, personable, and, might I add, very good looking readership, your daily does of “hold the phone!” But sometimes that requires choosing one story over another. Now that doesn’t mean that one is more important than the other, it just means that one was more important than the other. I kid. We just didn’t get to it.

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So in the spirit of keeping you smarter and more informed than your friends, here’s a dump of all the stories we didn’t get to this week. Enjoy!

A humongous sinkhole opened in Fukuoka, Japan via The Guardian.

Toblerone changed its shape and claimed that this is not a perfect metaphor for Brexit via The Verge. 

Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t think that the plague of fake news on Facebook had effect on the election via Recode.

Jay Leno had Vice President Joe Biden and Colin Powell drag-race on his show via The Washington Post.

Representative for the Pawnee Parks and Recreation Department and Fictional Character, Leslie Knope weighed in on the presidential election via Yahoo!

All your friends on Facebook won’t stop reminding you that Bernie would’ve beaten Trump via US Uncut.

Zach from the DNC became the hero we deserved via The Huffington Post.

Van Jones called the Trump win a “White Lash” via CNN.

We got our first look at the King Kong prequel via Entertainment Weekly.



We know you're a busy bee and the weekends take you away from your beloved world wide web.

Never fear, dear reader. We've continued pouring over it and gladly present the most pressing links you might have missed this weekend.

We're so good to you.

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In Case You Missed It of the Day: Here's Descendants co-writer Jim Rash, AKA Community's Dean Pelton, winning the Academy Award for Best Poking Fun At Angelina Jolie's Poking Right Leg, after receiving an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay from Angie herself.

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In Case You Missed It of the Day: Last month it was revealed that Skechers decided to ditch Super Bowl spokesshill Kim Kardashian in favor of a French bulldog named Mr. Quiggly. The ad in question just aired, and you can watch it above.

Here's hoping that replacing attention whore fameballs with cute dogs becomes a thing.

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In Case You Missed It of the Day: "B. Boy," Tim Burton's somewhat traumatizing float, makes its inaugural appearance at the 85th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Created as part of the parade's imagination-encouraging "Blue Sky Galley" series, the float comes complete with

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