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These 20+ Photos From A Swedish Huskvarna Town In The 70s Prove Things Were Cooler Back Then

Huskvarna, formerly known as Husqvarna, is a city in Sweden that lent its name to the well-established line of equipment, with the iconic orange chainsaws in the front line. While the garden tools made the name famous, the city has much more to offer. From colorful history as royal rifle manufacturers to its people, Huskvarna is full of interesting bits that are waiting to be explored. It’s probably the reason why Evert Ardensson decided to document the city life back in the 1970s. And we’re glad he did! The photographer’s gallery offers a…

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“My Son Could Have Died”: Moms Urgent Warning About Popular Dragon Breath Snack

ShareTweet Dragon’s Breath cereal balls, are 2018’s latest snack craze. The treat is essentially a “dessert cereal snack that tastes like Fruit Loops dipped in liquid nitrogen,” according to Today.com. The appeal of the trendy new dessert is that it leaves customers breathing “smoke like a dragon.” While it may sound like all fun and games, Florida mother Racheal Richard McKenny is all too aware that these snacks can be downright deadly.  In an attempt to make other parents aware, she shared her frightening mall experience with her son Johnny in a…

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Ford put drivers into camouflaged ‘seat suits’ to develop a self-driving language

Ford's self-driving vehicles have been on the roads in Miami.Image: ford That man who dressed as a car seat to make it look like he was in a self-driving car last year was, in fact, not a terrible Halloween costume, but part of a study for Ford’s self-driving cars.  At the time, pesky reporters quickly uncovered that the disguised driver was with the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute. Now we also know that that covert driving attire was to help Ford’s self-driving car team shape a “common language” for cars to…

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Bella Thorne Is Selling Atrocious Makeup And Lingerie Now Betches

Through minimal research, it appears that all of these products Bella’s selling may be in conjunction with her record deal. Which makes me wonder, who is funding this whole operation? Her mother? Because I listened to her music, and let me tell you, it is stuff only a mother could love. So without further ado, let’s investigate Bella Thorne’s latest business ventures! I’m not quite sure why Bella thinks that anyone would want to put a brand that says “Filthy” in the name on their person, let alone their face,…

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25+ Genius Hidden Messages People Didnt Expect To Find On Everyday Products

So that’s just what we at Bored Panda are doing today! These Companies left little ‘Easter Eggs’ on their products for their customers to find, and make them smile. Scroll down below to check them out for yourself, and don’t forget to vote for your favorites! #1 My Raincoat Reveals A Floral Pattern When Wet #2 Hidden Underneath A Packet Of Sweets #3 Opened Up My Gaming Headset To Replace The Cord And Was Greeted By This #4 The Footrest In My New Jeep Says “Sand Snow Rivers Rocks” In…

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A scorching hot take on why younger people say ‘no problem’ instead of ‘you’re welcome.’

Have you ever wondered why people don’t seem to say “you’re welcome” anymore? Back in 2015, author and professor Tom Nichols tweeted out an angry response after receiving what he thought was poor customer service: “Dear Every Cashier in America: the proper response to ‘thank you’ is ‘you’re welcome,’ not ‘no problem.’ And *you’re* supposed to thank *me*” Dear Every Cashier in America: the proper response to “thank you” is “you’re welcome,” not “no problem.” And *you’re* supposed to thank *me* — Tom Nichols (@RadioFreeTom) September 13, 2015 The angry…

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The Trump Slump Hits U.S. Tourism

Summertime, but where are the foreign tourists? Ever since our forty-fifth president was elected, tourism to the United States from foreign countries has steadily droppedin the face of a world-wide boom in traveland the authoritative U.S. Travel Association has just provided me with figures projecting a further drop in 2018, from a share of worldwide tourism of 12.0 percent in 2017 to 11.7 percent this year. And this is after a drop in Trumps first year in office from 12.9 percent. Though the numbers and differentials look small in percentages,…

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My Netflix Had No Chill

ShareTweet Let me tell you a story: A girl comes home after a long day. She sets her things down, throws her hair up and changes into comfy clothes in record time. Breathing a deep sigh of relief from taking off that chest cage called bra and changing out of those feet shackles called heels, she grabs her laptop and flips it open. The screen illuminates, showing the last webpage she visited: Netflix. The familiar words appear on the screen. Playback Timed Out.  Her muscle memory kicks in and she hits ‘refresh’ as the…

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‘The Daily Show’ Nails Why A Trump ‘N-Word’ Tape Would ‘Turn This World Upside Down’

On Wednesday’s episode, Wood noted that “whenever Trump crosses a line, it only emboldens people to follow him.” “The last thing we need is his supporters hearing him say the N-word, ’cause then the floodgates open, we’re going to hear Trump supporters using that word everywhere,” Wood added. “They’re going to turn this world upside down.” No such tape has surfaced, and Trump denies its existence. On Tuesday, he tweeted that he didn’t “ Check out the clip above.

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Flight-sharing startup Blackbird offers low-cost ‘plane-pooling’

Like Uber Pool, but for private air travel.Image: Blackbird No shoes were removed, no toiletries put into separate clear bags, and there was no need to arrive two hours before the flight.  As part of flight-sharing app Blackbird’s media flight, we walked right onto the tarmac to the door of our plane at the small but busy San Carlos Airport. San Francisco International is just 10 miles away, but this tiny airport would end up being much more efficient for a quick jaunt down the California coast. SEE ALSO: Behind…

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Does Charcoal Actually Work? 5 Ways You Should Be Using It Betches

1. Teeth Whitening My Magic Mud Activated Charcoal Toothpaste If you step into a Sephora, you’ll see that every other skin care product boasts charcoal as the main ingredient for removing skin impurities. Charcoal acts as a magnet for dirt and oils in pores and actually pulls them out. This results in a cleaner, clearer complexion and smaller looking pores. 3. Hangovers Activated Charcoal Capsules PSA, activated charcoal can help with gas and bloating. Uh, why has this info been under the radar for so long??? Charcoal can help absorb…

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The Hidden Messages Within 30 Cliched Sayings

Cracked pays people to make smart memes. Visit the Photoplasty and Pictofacts Workshop to get in on it. You’d think that in today’s world, when we have more ways than ever to communicate and interact, it’d be easier than ever to understand one another. Unfortunately, the reverse is true. People have more ways than ever to conceal what they actually mean. Because we’re all about helping people cut through the bullshit, we asked readers to point out the true meaning behind the things people say. 29 Entry by rs1 26…

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People hurt as horse breaks loose at show

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe air ambulance was called after a horse bolted at Pembrokeshire County Show Five people, including a 12-year-old boy and 83-year old man, have been taken to hospital after a horse bolted during a farming show. The horse, which was in competition at the Pembrokeshire County Show, threw its rider and broke loose into the crowd before it went “on a rampage”. Eight people were injured after being knocked to the ground at the show in Withybush, near Haverfordwest. Organisers said there…

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26 Movies You Thought Ended Happily That Actually Ended Sad As Sin

Cracked pays people to make smart memes. Visit the Photoplasty and Pictofacts Workshop to get in on it. Most movies and TV shows wrap things up in a nice, happy little package so we’ll walk away feeling warm and fuzzy. The thing is, sometimes those endings aren’t actually happy, when you think about them even for a second. We asked you to splash some well-known happy endings with the cold shower of reason. Here’s what you came up with: 25 Entry by Scott Laffey 22 Entry by T. S. Obiech…

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