Fun With Bitcoins
They say you learn something new every day, and today we learned that you can use the Internet to mail horse poop to people you don’t like.
Motherboard, who are apparently experts in the long-standing history of Internet poop delivery, recently discovered what they claim is one of the industry’s best services: ShitExpress, a site that lets you use bitcoin to anonymously send boxes of horse poop — more animal options will be added later, mind you — to
enemies recipients anywhere in the world, with a fun, customized messaged attached.
Go Home Science You're Drunk
Don’t feel like shelling out a couple hundred dollars for a new iPhone 6? Here’s a disgusting and probably dangerous solution.
No doubt seizing on people’s widespread desperation to get their hands on Apple’s new gadget, creepy Craigslisters are now attempting to sell the iPhone 6 in exchange for sex.
After a round of public voting, a newly-discovered Thai wasp species has officially been named Ampulex dementor, inspired by the soul-sucking dementors in Harry Potter.
Dementors — for those who don’t live and breathe fictional wizardry — are hooded, flying creatures that suck victims’ souls out through their mouths, leaving them cold, lifeless shells of their former selves.
Don't Hate -- Masticate
Patti Stanger, Chris Harrison and everybody else fighting valiantly to uphold the sanctity of the marriage proposal can just go quit their jobs now, because a dude just proposed to his girlfriend on Reddit. Via memes.
The horrific proposal was posted this morning by a user who goes by the name SirTechnocracy, so I suppose we shouldn’t be terribly surprised. Take a look at it here:
If you can afford a smartphone, you can afford meals. At least that’s what we thought until we learned of the forthcoming Leftover Swap app, which enables users to barter their old food.
It’s the kind of thing that could work on college campuses — but like pledging a fraternity or chugging Everclear, just because college students do it doesn’t make it right.
Though Etsy sellers may no longer peddle drugs or sell racist dolls without provoking a Change.org petition, they’re continuing on with heads held high in the adorkable tradition of selling mildly creepy DIY products. A new trend gaining popularity, according to the Daily Mail, is refashioning breast milk into jewelry, because of course.