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Kris Jenner Is Trying to Sell a Necklace Made of Paperclips and Staples Just Won the Internet

If anyone is interested in a DIY project this weekend, Staples has you covered!

Kris Jenner went to Twitter to promote her $175 "limited edition" 'Elegance' necklace and nobody was interested.

The internet was already convinced the Kris Jenner exclusive was made out of paperclips, but it was the Staples Canada Twitter account that stepped in and delivered the finishing blow.

Keep your $175 and head to aisle 7.

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epic troll seller on gumtree has weird requirements for sold out show tickets
Via: Gumtree
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Some guy on Gumtree has a laundry list of things you'll have to do in order to score his two spare tickets to a sold out Hardstyle show in Sydney. The tasks include singing, dancing, playing Mario Kart, cooking him breakfast, and paying $130 for each ticket.

Will anyone go for it? Apparently, yes. The seller says, "I have recieved numerous responses to this ad, 90% making no mention of the special requirements, listed above. Please be creative with your responses, as I will take this into consideration." I don't know how much more creative someone could get without making it weird, but where there's a will, there's a way.

Via: Ryan Rhody
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As a modern day, technologically enlightened society it's fair to say we're in the throes of day-to-day, life-changing breakthroughs. Seriously. We're a few leaps away from having iPhones that pretty much 'do' our lives for us, and Google's fast at work on a vaguely terrifying, though heart-stoppin' impressive humanoid robot that'll likely lead the Robo-Revolution to overthrow the human race in like a decade or something.


So, unless you just poked your head out from underneath a rock, you're probably aware drones are very much a part of our lives--one might go so far as to say a staple of any government with the resources to snag a few. Well, pizza lovers rejoice because this ingenious viral marketing video might yet inspire a totally sane and reasonable use for drones--pizza delivery! Granted, jobs would be lost; but hey at least every time you went to order up a cheesy grease wheel from the nearest available drone you'd pretty much be in Minority Report.

Via: AronTV
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Two officers from Halifax, Virginia took it upon themselves to try and ease the otherwise all-time high tensions between civilians and authorites these days by issuing ice cream to a ton of drivers.

When asked why they did it, Chief Lands told Virginia’s ABC 6 that he and Officer Warner just “wanted to try and put some smiles on people’s faces.”