Behold: the Crotch Pot. Yeah, you read that right. This astonishing product comes from a company called Gossamer Gear, which sells hiking equipment. And they believe you can make dinner using heat generated from your… private areas.
In surprising news: Cheetos opened a pop up, called the Spotted Chetah, in an NYC bar and people lost their minds. No seriously, the pop up opens today and every seat is reserved plus there’s a 1,000 person waitlist. We’re shocked too.
The Spotted Cheetah is clearly a marketing ploy but it’s a good one. The pop up is helmed by celeb chef Anne Burrell, it’s open for two days (August 15-17) and it serves about a sozen Cheetos-themed bites priced from $8-$22. What can you make with Cheetos? Glad you asked.
We’re not making this up: a new study shows that vegetarian men are more likely to be depressed than men who eat meat, according to research out of the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom.
The study included almost 10,000 adult men, all who identified as vegan or vegetarian. Researchers found that about 50 percent of vegan men and seven percent of vegetarians had a vitamin B12 deficiency, a deficiency that affects mental health.
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