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This dexterous humanoid has robot fingers that almost perfectly mimic human hands

Pee after sex or you'll end up with a week-long cranberry juice cleanse.Image: Getty Images Twitter is doing a better job at teaching sex ed than most schools in the United States.  In case your high school education failed you, too, doctors recommend that people pee after sex to help prevent urinary tract infections. It’s become popular for Twitter users to leave wholesome nightly messages for each other, like reminding people to take off their makeup, leave trash exes on read, and pee after sex. After all, nobody wants to…

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Play fetch and crawl through tunnels in this dog-inspired bootcamp

Dogs and babies like peanut butter and chocolate: always a winning combination. It’s a point proven to be true yet again by this adorable video shared to Twitter, Tuesday. In this video from photojournalist Chad Nelson captured by a friend, his young son plays fetch with a high-energy pup, despite the fence dividing them from one another. SEE ALSO: Very good doggo interrupts minor league baseball game for some fetch “A fence can’t stop my two-year-old from playing with his new best friend,” Nelson tweeted.

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Maisie Williams’ goodbye to ‘Game of Thrones’ was appropriately bloody

Image:  HELEN SLOAN/HBO Maisie Williams, a.k.a. Arya Stark, has officially said goodbye to Game of Thrones.  On Saturday morning, the actress announced she’d finished filming the show’s eighth and final season by sharing a photograph of blood-stained white sneakers. A post shared by Maisie Williams (@maisie_williams) on Jul 7, 2018 at 4:53am PDT SEE ALSO: Of all the gross stuff on ‘Game of Thrones,’ this one scene was almost too much for Jaime Lannister “Goodbye belfast. goodbye arya. goodbye game of thrones. what a joy i’ve had. here’s to the…

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This beach is isolated by a wall of mirrors and it looks like a floating desert island

Your antidote to the Taylor Swift swan float is here. Behold the pink coffin pool toy— a summery, macabre float created by Canadian designer Andrew Greenbaum. SEE ALSO: Pool floats for your dog are a thing now and we will not enter summer without them “Had the idea to start this project almost three years ago, with my guy @ian__felton,” he wrote in a post about the float on Instagram. “I found someone who could make me a sample recently and pulled the trigger. Super hilarious project.” It looks like…

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Driver slams police officer with car while fleeing a traffic stop

Tear down the walls and you never know what you’ll find. Alex and Jess Monney were in the middle of remodeling their bathroom when they discovered a note left by the previous homeowner, who upgraded the room in the summer of 1995. “Hi! We’re the Shinsekis! We remodeled this bathroom summer 1995,” the note reads. “If you’re reading this, that means you’re remodeling the bathroom again. What’s wrong with the way we did it?” SEE ALSO: Japan leaves touching thank you note and a spotless locker room after World Cup…

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Politics come to Yelp after restaurant refuses to serve Sarah Sanders

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked to leave the Red Hen restaurant.Image: Alex Wong/Getty Images The Red Hen restaurant in Lexington, Virginia, is being bombarded with online reviews after refusing to serve Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Donald Trump’s press secretary, and her family. On Friday night, Jaike Foley-Schultz, who claims to be a waiter at The Red Hen, explained on Facebook that he waited on the White House official for about two minutes before his boss asked her to leave the establishment. Sanders later confirmed the incident on Twitter,…

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7 things most people don’t know about the early animation success of ‘Toy Story’

Image: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Disney Some theaters are adding health warnings to their ticket counters in the wake of a Twitter thread about strobe light effects in Incredibles 2.  Blogger and advocate Veronica Lewis tweeted the thread on Friday, writing that the film’s liberal use of flashing light — in one scene, for 90 seconds straight — could cause issues for viewers with epilepsy, migraines, or chronic illness. SEE ALSO: A complete ranking of every Pixar movie ever – up to and including ‘Incredibles 2’ “I am not…

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Playing pool with this trusty augmented reality projector should be the only way it’s done from now on

A family may be responsible for a pricey statue their child knocked it over at the Tomahawk Ridge Community Center in Overland Park, Kansas. According to Sarah Goodman, the child’s mother, the incident occurred last month at a wedding reception, local outlet KSHB reports.  SEE ALSO: This daughter’s optical illusion went so viral even her mom recreated it A security cam captured the whole thing, and shows the kid hug the statue before walking away. The child later returns to the statue, and appears to hang onto it. The statue…

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If you want to help save the planet while staying stylish, Allbirds has got you covered

There are two types of people in this world: those who wear the comfortable rubber clog that is the Croc without a shred of shame, and those who vehemently turn up their noses at the prospect. Whichever side you’re on, there’s no denying that Crocs are having a moment. SEE ALSO: Butt rip jeans are the latest terrible jeans trend that we definitely never needed Case in point: A new collaboration between the comfy shoe retailer and New York-based streetwear company Alife that includes, among other styles, Crocs with built-in…

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The cellist heard around the word at the Royal Wedding is just 19-years-old

Image:  Lars Borges/Kensington Palace via Getty Images It seemed like the entire world tuned in on Saturday to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle get married at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle. While all eyes were on the happy couple, ears were dazzled when 19-year-old cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason took the stage to perform for the wedding’s guests.  SEE ALSO: We defy you not to sob uncontrollably at these photos of Harry and Meghan getting married The one and only best thing about that wedding was this kid’s performance. I’ve…

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Dog stops in his tracks when he recognizes long-lost brother

You may wonder what secret life your pet lead before coming to you, but for the owner of a Labradoodle named Louie, the past just got a little clearer.  Twitter user @itswalela posted a picture of Louie in the park after he spotted another Labradoodle and immediately stopped what he was doing.  After talking to the other dog’s owner, Louie’s family discovered that the two dogs came from the same breeder and had the same parents. Yes, that’s right — the two dogs are brothers.  SEE ALSO: Please enjoy this…

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The original clip from the great Yanny vs. Laurel debate has been revealed. Please stop fighting

If you have gone the past 24 hours without being asked, “what do you hear?” Then, well, I’m jealous.  The latest thing to divide our post-The Dress internet is the audio illusion of Yanny vs. Laurel. Believe it or not, a simple clip of a voice reading a word is tearing the internet apart. But the post, which was originally posted on an Instagram story and then shared to Reddit was eventually inescapable, but it didn’t just come out of nowhere.  SEE ALSO: Chrissy Teigen has broken down the 3…

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Do you hear ‘yanny’ or ‘laurel’ when you listen to this clip?

We regret to inform you that an audio version of The Dress has arrived on our shores. On Sunday, Redditor RolandCamry shared an audio clip of a male voice saying…something. Honestly, we can’t tell you for sure, because some people hear “yanny” and some people hear “laurel.”  It is, of course, a whole thing. The clip has since spread to Twitter, where it’s perplexing people left and right. Some people swear all they hear is “yanny.” Others believe, in their heart of hearts, that the voice is saying “laurel.” And…

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Amazon Alexa spouted conspiracy theory when asked about chemtrails

Ask Alexa about chemtrails, and she’ll tell you it’s a government conspiracy. Seriously. “Chemtrails: Trails left by aircraft are actually chemical or biological agents deliberately sprayed at high altitudes for a purpose undisclosed to the general public in clandestine programs directed by government officials,” my Amazon Echo responds when asked “What’s a chemtrail.” SEE ALSO: Alexa now understands casual time-based music requests — but there’s a catch Image: Mashable Screenshot Let’s be clear, here. Chemtrails are not “biological agents deliberately sprayed” by “government officials,” despite what the popular conspiracy theory…

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Aging senators ask ‘Mr. Zuckerberg’ for tech support in hilarious Senate hearing meme

Image: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images In what will probably be the premise of The Social Network 2,Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was grilled by members of the U.S. Senate on Tuesday.  Zuckerberg answered questions about digital privacy in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal. And a lot of the senators asking the questions were old. Very old.  SEE ALSO: The best part of Mark Zuckerberg appearing in front of Congress was the memes “Senator, we run ads” is my new T-shirt. — drew olanoff (@yoda) April 10, 2018 It wasn’t just…

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