Explore underwater with this tiny device that combines a bit of snorkeling and scuba diving


Have the best summer adventures ever with this underwater device. 

The ‘Scorkl’ is a gadget that lets you swim underwater for up to 10 minutes. It brings users the benefits of scuba diving without the hassle of training or aggressive equipment. 

The device comes with a hand pump that distributes filtered air that’s free from pollutants. Not bad.  Read more…

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5 cities to check off your summer bucket list



Summertime is ideal for taking time off from work to travel, but with so many options it may be difficult to choose just one destination. You could explore a city that’s filled with history, enjoy the natural beauty of the great outdoors, or keep the fun going late into the night with music and dancing. Read more…

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Father’s Day gifts for the ‘Game of Thrones’ fanatic


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A new season of “Game of Thrones” is soon upon us, and fans have been revved up by behind-the-scenes footage of Daenerys flying into battle and intense pics of Jon Snow looking super pissed and cold somewhere in the North. 

While HBO has been trying to placate the masses with these teasers, for some it’s just not enough.  

If dad is a GoT superfan, celebrate Father’s Day this year with these gifts and make him feel like he’s really ruler of the Seven Kingdoms – at least for the day.  Read more…

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‘Broad City’ will bleep Trump’s name like a curse word next season


Even though President Trump got a big “eff you” in the recently released Broad City Season 4 trailer, the Comedy Central show will make sure the president’s name doesn’t get any airtime.

SEE ALSO: ‘Broad City’ Season 4 trailer says ‘f*ck you’ to Trump

Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, who star in and created the ridiculously funny show, told USA Today this week Trump’s name is getting bleeped out, just like any other swear word on the basic cable channel.

“There’s no airtime for this orange (person),” Glazer told the news outlet. “We bleep his name the whole season.”

The Trump bleeping comes after Jacobson and Glazer had to rewrite a lot of the show. They went in assuming Clinton would win the election. Then “this game-show host became president of our country, we rewrote a lot,” Glazer told USA Today. Read more…

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Overhyped sleep tracker backed by Peter Thiel is on its death bed


How much do you value sleep?

Not as much as Silicon Valley investors, apparently. The founder of the startup electronics company Hello, James Proud, quietly announced Monday that he’s shutting down the company after just five years of operation. What’s worse is that Hello’s only product ever — a glowing orb that sits on your nightstand and tracks your sleep — will also likely be killed along with the company.

SEE ALSO: This glowing orb will help you sleep

The untimely death of Hello serves as a cautionary tale about what can happen when gadget startups go belly up. Even though Hello raised $2.4 million in one of the most successful Kickstarter campaigns of all time, and raised an additional $40 million in venture capital funding, huge stacks of cash weren’t enough to save the company from its own demise. Read more…

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Finally, a home built just for you and your one million disgusting cats


Just because they’re cats doesn’t mean they don’t deserve their own million dollar home to piss in. 

Thankfully, that home is on the market and available for the low low price of $240,000. Coldwell Banker just recently listed this “Medieval cat castle” in Stanford, Arizona, complete with every random stuffed animal nailed to a wooden pole you can dream of.

SEE ALSO: Carry your kitty in this adorable kangaroo pouch hoodie

Other fine features of this home include:

  • Cat posters glued to the wall

  • Cat posters glued to the ceiling

  • Cats probably stored in a windowless room in the basement, oh god, oh god

  • Huge cat trees

  • Random, innocent stuffed animals nailed to a wooden post

  • A cat-themed bar

  • Kitten bath mats

  • A fine collections of seashells

  • Fun ambiguous carpet stains

  • Great natural lighting! Read more…

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5 questions for entrepreneurs who care about sustainability


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Mom gets the half-up, half-down hairstyle so, so wonderfully wrong


When you’re a kid and your mom does your hair, it’s always a gamble whether or not it will go well. There’s usually a lot of tugging, re-doing, and someone always ends up crying. 

If your mom wasn’t exactly a skilled hairstylists, you also probably ended up with some questionable looks — Like this one given to Twitter user Hanna De Castro, who’s mom didn’t quite nail the coveted half-up, half-down look requested for this dance photo.

The photo on the left is what her hair is supposed to look like, while on the right is the style she ended up with. 

It’s a tragedy in two parts. 

My mom was told to give me a half up half down hairstyle. She didnt know what that meant so she did this.pic.twitter.com/4WmaJxVqcl

— Hanna De Castro (@urchicahanna) June 11, 2017 Read more…

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