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Lunarly is the self-care box for people who are into crystals

Lunarly Subscription Box
The Good

Unlike a lot of subscription boxes • Lunarly sends full-sized items you’ll actually use instead of sample-sized clutter.

The Bad

At $40 a month • the box is more pricey than a lot of other boxes. • Lunarly also doesn’t have clear guidelines for its main goal • intention setting • so it’s confusing for beginners.

The Bottom Line

With every box you get a selection of aesthetically curated, Instagram-spiritual, genuinely nice items. But the box leaves too much unexplained for beginners and seems out of touch for people who are already familiar with sage burning and meditation.

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People are sharing their best spill videos after one woman spilled 22 quarts of ranch dressing

A video of a woman accidentally spilling a giant tub of ranch is bringing Twitter users together to share different stories of their own disasters. 

It all started when Twitter user @BorboaGrant shared video of a coworker’s spectacular spill of 22 quarts of ranch.

That clip inspired others to share their own videos of spills caught on camera. The result? Perhaps the greatest thread in Twitter history, and I’m only being slightly hyperbolic. 

man i wonder who would do that 🤔 pic.twitter.com/08Csv3u5qU

— ash (@ashton_risser) March 19, 2019 Read more…

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This meme highlights some of the absolutely wild news stories that come out of Florida

Strange stories come from every corner of the world — but there do seem to be certain, specific areas that produce a higher-than-average number of “man bites dog”-style reports.

Florida is one of them.

Anyone who’s ever read a headline with the words “Florida man” in it will know this, but if you do still have doubts, behold: a new meme has arisen.

EVERYBODY google “florida man” followed by your birthday (florida man august 22) and tell me what you get. mine is Florida Man tries to attack neighbor with tractor

— swervin merv (@g_pratimaaa) March 19, 2019 Read more…

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Good news everyone, Logan Paul doesn’t actually think the Earth is flat

Logan Paul is many things, but thankfully he is not a flat Earther. 

In a 50-minute, 2-second mockumentary that included a torrid affair with a flat Earther, a betrayal from a roommate, and a rap that rhymes “NASA” with “I think I’m gonna passa,” the YouTube star announced that no, he doesn’t actually think the Earth is flat. 

His much-hyped video— which was promoted as a documentary but turned out to be more of a narrative movie — raised concerns that the older Paul brother had fallen for the conspiracy theory and would spread the lies to his young audience, which is comprised of mostly childrenRead more…

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Aggressive Instagramming is ruining Southern California’s super bloom

People trampled California’s poppies for the ‘gram, and ruined it for the rest of us. 

Fields of fiery “super bloom” poppies are lighting up the hills of Walker Canyon in Lake Elsinore, a city about halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego. Thanks to uncommonly heavy rains this winter, much of Southern California is seeing a massive burst of wildflower blooms across the state. The poppies in Walker Canyon are so lush, they can be seen from space. 

#Superbloom visible from space – California poppies (orange) near Lake Elsinore, CA

[15 March 2019; Sentinel-2 satellite; https://t.co/fy8NaGcTwN] pic.twitter.com/ZdSqCvjbuY

— Zack Labe (@ZLabe) March 18, 2019 Read more…

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Man returns to his car to find a koala chilling in air-conditioned comfort

Air conditioning is a gift — one that belongs to humans and koalas alike.

Tim Whitrow, an Australian winemaker, was recently visiting a vineyard and left his car door open with teh air conditioning on to help keep his dog cool in the heat. When he returned to the vehicle he found a Koala chilling in the back seat. 

It took a little bit for Whitrow to finally get the koala to leave.

“As I was moving to another part of the vineyard I noticed that someone else was also in the car enjoying the A/C. It took a fair bit of convincing to get the feisty little fella out,” Whitrow wrote on Facebook.

Why anyone would want a koala out of their car and not in their arms, to be held forever, is beyond me. My fantasy pet combination is a dog and a koala. Imagine coming home to not one but two furry things. Read more…

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Say hello to this photo of Tim Cook writing on an iPad that was made to be meme’d

Hello, Mr. Apple. Nice to see you back in the meme circuit again.

If you’ve been missing Tim Cook since the Tim Apple meme died down a bit, you’re in luck. Twitter users are trolling the Apple CEO yet again, after he posted a photo of himself writing “hello” on an iPad on Monday morning. 

The iPad in Cook’s hand provided a white canvas that basically screamed “meme me,” so naturally, that’s exactly what his followers did.


— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) March 18, 2019

The screen was painfully simple to Photoshop, so many decided to replace the word “hello” with other hilarious messages to Trump, Spotify, and more. Read more…

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Co – Star’s absurd push notification inspired the most dramatic meme

Take some time today to create an out-of-this-world meme.

Co – Star, the astrology app known mainly for its extremely bizarre push notifications, is finally getting the meme treatment. To participate, simply craft your own wild push notification using Co – Star’s “Your day at a glance” format.

The more dramatic the better!


Co-Star: Your day at a glance.
Run yourself over with a car, you single bitch.

— Ira Madison III (@ira) March 17, 2019

The point of the meme is to play up Co – Star’s wild and extreme personalized horoscopes. So people trolling the app are doing their best to imagine hilarious and dark as hell push notifications. Read more…

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Teen eggs politician. Now he’s being offered free tickets to concerts for life.

It’s the egging that’s gone around the world.

Bands and festivals have offered a lifetime of free tickets to a teen who cracked an egg into the back of an Australian senator’s head, after the politician blamed Muslim immigration for the Christchurch terrorist attack.

The likes of hip hop festival Rolling Loud have offered “eggboy,” as the teen has become known, free tickets for life, as have bands like The Amity Affliction and Violent Soho.

Someone put us in touch with #eggboy because we want to give him free tickets for life 🙏

— Rolling Loud (@RollingLoud) March 16, 2019 Read more…

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