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Gillian Anderson 'Cancels' BrasDuring a recent Instagram Live, Gillian Anderson made a big reveal: She no longer wears bras. The X-Files and The Crown star explained, per BuzzFeed , that the garments are simply too "[expletive deleted] uncomfortable." She added, "I don’t care if my breasts reach my belly button." To say the announcement...
Newser13 days ago
Dictionary.com Catches Up on Hot Topics, and Also 'Yeet'More than 300 words and updated definitions have been added to Dictionary.com, in an effort to stay current with surging issues and slang that may or may not stay around long. New terms related to COVID-19, terrorism, racial justice, and technology now are listed; earlier dictionaries had no need...
Newser14 days ago
Restaurant Takes Day Off After Customers Make Staff CryIt’s not news that people sometimes aren’t at their best at a restaurant. But telling a server you hope they get hit by a car is a special level of unkind. That sort of behavior—things that made the staff cry—is why a Massachusetts restaurant shut down for most...
Newser14 days ago
You'll Never Guess Where the Best Pizza in the US IsWho’s going to tell New York? The city that everyone knows has the best pizza in the US, possibly the world, has been dethroned. And you’ll never guess where the best pies are. Modernist Cuisine, the labor of love of former Microsoft chief technical officer Nathan Myhrvold and his collaborator...
Newser14 days ago
A Springsteen Mystery: Is It 'Sways' or 'Waves?'It's simple enough question about an iconic song: What does Mary's dress do in the opening line of Bruce Springsteen's "Thunder Road?" The song begins, "The screen door slams. Mary's dress (fill in the blank) ..." The dress either "sways" or "waves," and Rob Tannenbaum of the Los Angeles Times does...
Newser14 days ago
3 Women With Same Boyfriend Dump Him, Go on Road TripThree close friends on a cross-country road trip together may not sound that unusual, but how this adventure came about certainly is. Long story short: They all found out they were dating the same guy, at the same time. Morgan Tabor, 21, of Boise, Idaho, tells the Washington Post she'd...
Newser15 days ago
Know Your Tacos? A $100K Job Awaits"Taco fanatics," listen up. McCormick has a six-figure job for you, and you don't need any experience other than "a deep love of tacos." Adweek reports that the spice and condiment company has put out a call for "director of taco relations," a part-time, four-month gig that will pay a...
Newser15 days ago
Reviewers Were Surprised by Mac and Cheese Ice CreamMany people's initial reaction to the Kraft Mac and Cheese ice cream released in honor of National Mac and Cheese Day on Wednesday was a hard "no"—but reviewers say the combination is a lot tastier than they expected. Amy McCarthy at Eater says the "unhinged" mix of two comfort...
Newser15 days ago
As Pandemic Wanes, a New Hot CommodityAs pushback on the pandemic continues and more businesses reopen, one industry is seeing a noticeable boom. CNN Business reports that, as people start to resume some sense of normalcy, getting hitched has once more become a priority—meaning jewelry for the special occasion is now in high demand. "We've...
Newser19 days ago
10 Most, Least Stressed US CitiesIt's been a tough 16 months, and stress levels have been high—though in some cities across the country, that stress has been tougher to contend with than in others. WalletHub wanted to see which places have been dealing with things best (and which not so much), so it looked...
Newser19 days ago
Woman Looking to Adopt Pet Finds Her Own Lost DogWhen Kovu disappeared, Aisha Nieves was heartbroken. Her dog had been her constant companion for years, and her best friend. Until one day she came home from work to find Kovu gone, having escaped from a hole in her fence caused by a car driving through it, CNN reports. She...
Newser20 days ago
We're in a Perpetual 'Altered State,' Thanks to CaffeineWhen author Michael Pollan decided to tackle the subject of psychoactive drugs—specifically, opium, mescaline, and caffeine—for his new book, This Is Your Mind On Plants , he consumed the first two in the name of experimental journalism. But he actually stopped using caffeine, just to see what would happen,...
Newser20 days ago
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