win dippin dots responds to sean spicer
Via: @seanspicer
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When the Internet discovered Sean Spicer's five-year long war with Dippin' Dots, the so-called future of ice cream, the world held its breath and waited for a response. 

Well, hell has frozen over. 

Dippin' Dots has responded to the White House press secretary and offered to bring their delightful ice cream balls to him.

Writing on their website, Dippin's Dots CEO Scott Fischer responds: 

Dear Sean, 

We understand that ice cream is a serious matter. And running out of your favorite flavor can feel like a national emergency! We’ve seen your tweets and would like to be friends rather than foes. After all, we believe in connecting the dots. 

As you may or may not know, Dippin’ Dots are made in Kentucky by hundreds of hard working Americans in the heartland of our great country. As a company, we’re doing great. We’ve enjoyed double-digit growth in sales for the past three years. That means we’re creating jobs and opportunities. We hear that's on your agenda too. 

We can even afford to treat the White House and press corps to an ice cream social. What do you say? We’ll make sure there’s plenty of all your favorite flavors. 

Yours, 

Scott, CEO of Dippin’ Dots

Think about it, Sean. This could be you: 

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Via: Dodge City Sheriff's Department
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Does the five-second rule apply to tasting the rainbow?

Hard to say, but the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office are trying to find out, and being really funny about it. They are investigating a glowing red road, which, upon closer inspection, turned out to be covered in skittles. Was this a prank by one of those sprites that leave candy-related whimsy around the midwest?

No, as it turns out, someone was transporting a crap-load of loose skittles to be fed to cows. Apparently, it’s an old practice to fill cow-feed with candy to keep prices low. Lucky cows. Getting to eat candy for dinner before slaughter and consumption. I wish I could eat candy for dinner!

Ah, the groggy-coated beginning of the week is here yet again. Full of the more unpleasant things in life, like the fact that a seemingly endless supply of coffees have yet to take effect as you feel the dusty gears of your mental motors just now doing away with the stubborn state of sleepiness. Take a breather, force a smile (or not, you do you), and try to lose yourself in the following prime displays of WINs and FAILs.

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Via: Graham Norton Show
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I said hot damn can McConaughey weave one hell of a tale. It's gotta be something with the delivery -- the cadence, the illustrative word choice...the authenticity.

Regardless of what it is that makes this southern gent so particularly gifted when it comes to the craft of storytelling, sit back and enjoy as he talks about that one time his old man pissed himself a shiny new bicycle.

win video cool animation defies logic
Via: Mainframe (North)
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Look, when you throw an egg on the ground, it cracks. When you open a faucet, water comes out, not a dish owel. Finally, when you throw a bowling ball down a flight of stairs, it doesn't magically float up into the air. That's the way this works. 

Well, tell that to "For Approval" by Mainframe North, who seems to think that the laws of gravity don't apply to them. Check it out and be furious and amazed:

For Approval from Mainframe (North) on Vimeo.

H/T Sploid


Via: How to DAD
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Is your baby running amok? Are you tired of the back talking of your out-of-control toddler? 

How to Dad is here to make it all better. 

In this short video, "How to Dad" host Jordan Watson and his daughter run through the basics of childhood discipline and the various techniques any dad use. Watch and learn how to make sure your kid learns a thing or two about respect. 

Namaste, get into your downward dog positions, and crack open a cold one. Class is in session. 

Perhaps in an effort to get beer drinkers and hell raisers into the ancient art of meditative stretching, a German Yoga studio has created a form of yoga mixed with barley and hops. BierYoga, the German Beer Yoga studio, combines "The joy of drinking beer and the mindfulness of yoga compliment each other, and make for an energizing experience," according to their website.

Now with a studio opening in Australia, Beer Yoga has crossed international waters. Check it out and sign me up.

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