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McDonalds Is Getting A New Name in Russia.

It’s a Russian revamp of an American icon.

Fast food giant McDonald’s pulled out of Russia in protest at the invasion of Ukraine and sold its restaurants here – more than 800 – to Russian businessman Alexander Govor.

Today the first rebranded restaurants are reopening in Moscow.

There’s a new name: “Vkusno i Tochka”, which translates as…

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Extra! Extra! Read All About It! Farts In A Jar Went Viral!

Aformer “90 Day Fiance” star who went viral after she began selling jarred farts to fans has revealed that she has been forced to retire following a health scare.

Stephanie Matto was first featured on “90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days” during the fourth season, alongside her then-girlfriend Erika Owens but had recently been making money elsewhere on her own adult website similar to OnlyFans, Unfiltrd.

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What On Earth Is THIS? Penis Fish? Really?

Wildlife enthusiast David Ford captured the foreboding scene, which looks as though a plane full of frankfurters flung open the hatch and let the dogs rain down upon the unassuming shore.

What were these alien creatures, and why’d they end up on shore?

Ford sent his quandary and the surreal images of the Drakes Beach shore to Bay Nature magazine, a local science publication.

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What Kind Of Bizarre Idea Is This? 

FORGET vacuuming – Dyson is hoping to breathe fresh air into headphones with its oddest invention yet.

The firm has unveiled a futuristic Daft Punk-like wearable called Dyson Zone that doubles up as a pair of Bluetooth over-ear headphones and an air filter mask.

Dyson says the wacky idea didn’t come about because of coronavirus, they’ve actually been working on it for more than six years as a way to provide clean air in dirty cities.

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NO MORE Phone Booths in NYC

It’s the end of an era: New York City removed its last public payphone on Monday.

The boxy enclosures were once an iconic symbol across the city. But the rise of cellphones made the booths obsolete.

The effort to replace public pay telephones across the city kicked off in 2014 when the de Blasio administration solicited proposals to reimagine the offering, the city’s Office of Technology and Innovation said in a news release.

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    Does This Fish Look Like A Penis?

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    Are You Happy or Upset To See The Last Phone Booth in NYC Removed?

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