A new dress by Betabrand will let the world know how shitty you feel! Or perhaps that you won't take any shit from anyone. It would also be excellent attire or those who like to stir the shit up.
It's available for pre-order but has actually already been marked down to $106.20. Could be a special or maybe Betabrand has realized what a shitty idea it was in the first place and the Poo Emoji dress is about to get picked up with a plastic bag and taken to the nearest garbage can. We can only hope. You can be fined for leaving poo where people can step in it.
Poo Emoji and a Martini, let the shit disturbing begin.
From Huff Po:
Nothing beats the smell of fresh, hot croissants first thing in the morning -- except for when that same beautiful aroma is what actually wakes you up in the morning, as opposed to the blaring sound of a digital alarm clock.
You might think such an experience could only come from living above a bakery in France -- and that may have been true before. But today, in our wonderful world of totally unnecessary but endlessly awesome inventions, a French teen has set out to make this joy available to everyone.
SensorWake is a startup with plans to launch a new kind of alarm clock that wakes you up with aromas rather than sound. Options for the aroma include bacon, orange juice, hot croissants, and even money. The clock's inventor, 18-year-old Guillaume Rolland, believes that rising to smells rather than sound is a more pleasant, progressive way to be woken from sleep -- and that this nicer experience will help people have a better day. It's a lofty goal, but one that hot croissants can handle. The alarm clock works with scent-producing pods, naturally, so every day you can choose your waking smell. Best of all, the pods will be recyclable (lesson learned from the Keurig creator's biggest regret).
I hear the fashion industry runs on the mindset of "We SAY it's the new fashion, and then it BECOMES the height of fashion."
However, I'm sure I'm not the only one who's seen RHU's "Hot seller Or Markdown" section, and said, "Whose stupid idea was THIS?"
And then a month or so later, we all see said product is on the Clearance Rack, alone and unwanted, even at 70% off.
From USA Today:
In what is either the best or worst collaboration this spring, Prairie Farms is introducing Peeps-flavored milk.
The popular Easter candy is lending its signature sugary taste to three milk flavors: Marshmallow Milk, Chocolate Marshmallow Milk, and Easter Egg Nog.
"Creating a line of flavors that joins the two strong brands was an obvious choice," the company said in a statement.
The Carlinville-produced milk was released throughout the Midwest this week, so "Today in St. Louis" producer Cassidy Moody went out in search of some Wednesday morning. He was pleased to have found it at a local grocery store. His thoughts?
"Chocolate #Peepsmilk tastes pretty good, actually," Moody said.
So how does Chocolate Marshmallow flavor compare to a cup of regular whole milk?
The Peeps-flavored milk is packed with more than three times the amount of sugar a serving of regular Prairie Farms whole milk has, clocking in at 37 grams per cup. A serving of whole milk contains 11 grams of sugar. For comparison, a 12-oz. bottle of Coca-Cola contains 39 grams of sugar.
Peeps milk also has more than twice as much sodium – 320 mg per cup compared to 120 mg for a cup of the brand's whole milk.
Both types of milk contain 8 grams of protein.So far, the reaction on social media has been mixed. Some people love the idea of trying a new seasonally-inspired milk flavor.
From The Daily What:
Miz Mooz has created a shoe that includes a docking station in the toe so you can attach your phone to your foot and take hands-free selfies.
This screams April Fool’s Day joke, but some sites like The Inquisitr are claiming they are very real.
If only we would apply all this creative energy into solving world hunger or global warming.
“The selfie stick is a great solution to a problem,” says design director Cheryl Matson in the promo video. “But in turn, it has created a new problem. This was the opportunity for Miz Mooz to create an even greater solution.”
The first world problem being carrying around a large stick.
No matter where you go, you’ll always be camera-ready. Just insert your phone into the port at the front of either your right or left shoe, raise it to the perfect angle and click the internal button with a tap of your toe to take the photo.
Just don’t raise your foot to fast or your phone will go flying into your face.
You can sign up to join the wait list on their site. They cost $200 and are available for pre-sale on Thursday, April 2.
Unless it is really an April Fool’s Day prank, and honestly who even knows anymore? If they don’t sell it, someone else will.