The best practical jokes are the ones that make someone question their sanity.
I think I will always have a hard time taking seriously any statement that begins with: "According to BuzzFeed News…"
Just found out that the Chamber of Commerce isn't a government body but instead the largest private lobbying organization in the country.
Someone needs to make an app that automatically trims 2-3 minutes from the beginning and end of every podcast.
On Reddit, If I spend 20 mins to make a well crafted and insightful comment: +3 If I spend 2 seconds to make the first dad joke that comes to mind: +381
Allowing customers to signup and pay for a monthly service online, but not allowing them to cancel in the same way is super frustrating and makes you feel taken advantage of. Just went through this with Audible and now I have to do it with PBS.
The side view mirrors on Dodge Chargers look like Shrek ears to me.
Anyone have experience with bat houses? I'm planning on putting one up to attract some little mosquito eating machines.