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Ordering Your Steak Well-Done Like a Baby Is Also Bad for Your Health

On Sunday, we learned Donald Trump eats his steak well-done with ketchup. If you’ve ever eaten steak—in Trump’s case, an expensive, tender piece of New York strip—you probably know that well-done with ketchup is simply not the way to go. The president should give medium-rare a try, not only for the sake of his palette, but because eating overcooked meat may increase your risk of cancer according to almost 50 studies. Read More >>

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Will.i.am Is Back With Another Terrible Gadget

Noted gadget-liker Will.i.am has yet another new product for us: Bluetooth headphones with a preposterous name. Read More >>

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Microsoft Wants to Ruin MS Paint by Making It Useful

While the name MSPaint may conjure visions of crude penis drawings in primary colours, Microsoft wants you to think of something new—crude 3D renderings of Nemo. Read More >>

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The ‘Mufgel’ is the Latest Foodie Abomination

If you pronounce “Mufgel” one way, with a soft 'g', it sounds like the name of a failed Kickstarter project to treat vaginal dysfunction. If you pronounce it the other way, with a hard 'g', it sounds like a rejected creature from the Harry Potter universe that J.K. Rowling woke up to and thought, “Wow, I’m never snorting bath salts again”. Read More >>

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Microsoft Wants ‘Bae Interns’ to Get ‘Lit’ at its Beer Pong Party

Hello, young person! Do you want to get lit on a Monday night at the “exclusive after party” thrown by Microsoft? You’re in luck! Read More >>

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Police Called as Entrepreneurial Scots Sell Referendum Votes on eBay

Those living in Scotland without any interest in the Yes/No referendum to stay within the UK have struck upon a way of making money from the situation, with some sellers spotted trying to offload their votes to ex-pat Scots via eBay. Read More >>

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How Is This Raw Chicken Egg Standing Whole Without Its Shell?

What kind of sorcery is this? How is this egg standing whole without its shell? Apparently, the inner membrane—the thin layer that you can see stuck to the hard shell when you boil an egg—is strong enough to hold it without breaking its shape. But how can you do this? Read More >>