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Someone found out they failed their midterm in a hilariously tragic Twitter saga

It's not every day you learn about the fate of your GPA on Twitter, but that's where we are in the freakishly-connected world of 2017. 

On Thursday morning, one Twitter user happened to notice that a professor was grading tests next to him on a flight, and he decided the best thing to do was to tweet about it.  

"If there's a Taiwan Jones at Howard, boy you failed the fuck out ya midterm," he wrote on Twitter

SEE ALSO: Why Twitter's 30 million bots are here to stay

This professor graded tests next to me the whole flight. If there’s a Taiwan Jones at Howard, boy you failed the fuck out ya midterm 😩

— roy (@Old_Orleans) October 19, 2017

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While you're at work, your dog could be playing video games

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A sensor lights up. You hit it. Another sensor lights up. You hit that one. A third sensor lights up and when you hit it you get a reward. No, I'm not describing Whack-A-Mole—it's CleverPet Hub, the first "gaming console" for dogs. (In the above hypothetical you are a dog.)

SEE ALSO: Health tracking for dogs is the wearable tech we didn't know we were waiting for

CleverPet Hub is an app-enabled device that uses light and sound games designed to entertain and challenge your furry friends. The sensors on the CleverPet Hub react to your dog's paw or nose pressing them and dispense food when they do it correctly. Games start easy and progress in difficulty as your pup gets the hang of things.  Read more...

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Scarlett Johansson organized a special, star-studded benefit to help Puerto Rico

It's been exactly one month since Hurricane Maria slammed Puerto Rico, and as the island still struggles to recover from storm's devastating damage, celebrities like Scarlett Johansson are aiding in relief efforts.

To raise additional funds for the island, Johansson organized a reading of Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning play Our Town, and called on a few of her Avengers co-stars to join in the fun, according to a release.

SEE ALSO: FEMA omits statistics on Puerto Rico hurricane response from website

Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, and Mark Ruffalo have reportedly agreed to take part in the benefit reading, which is set to take place at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta on Nov. 6, so Marvel fans will be in for quite the treat. Read more...

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Solange calls out a UK magazine for Photoshopping her braids out of the cover

If there's anything the beauty industry, the media, basically everywhere constantly fails at, it's celebrating one's own natural look. 

The London Evening Standard magazine has done just that this week, with their cover photo of Solange Knowles. In the original picture, Knowles wore an elaborate braid above her head and the publication decided to Photoshop it out.

For an artist who has a song titled "Don't Touch My Hair," this obviously upset her.

SEE ALSO: This artist is broadening beauty standards with her custom painted dolls

A post shared by Evening Standard Magazine (@eveningstandardmagazine) on Oct 19, 2017 at 12:01am PDT Read more...

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Easy Halloween costumes don't have to be boring

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Halloween is fast approaching and there are only so many shopping days left for you to figure out your costume. 

For those of us who can't craft worth a damn and for whom the idea of sitting through YouTube makeup tutorials sounds exhausting, Halloween can be stressful. Sure, you don't want to be the lame one at your Halloween party, but procrastination leaves you scrambling through whatever's left at Party City on October 30.

Thankfully, there are tons of cute costume dresses on ThinkGeek, ranging from subtle to overt, that take the prep work out of Halloween. You don't have to choose between being lazy and having an awesome costume this year.  Read more...

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Mario trades his overalls in for Peach's wedding dress in 'Super Mario Odyssey'

Perhaps in an effort to further distance himself from his former occupation, Mario is ditching those blue-collar overalls for some high society frillsSuper Mario Odyssey will let Mario wear Peach's wedding dress.

On the back of the Wedding Peach amiibo box, you can briefly see an image of Mario in Peach's gown, and he looks good as hell. It's at the 6 minute 30 second mark in this unboxing video if you want to see it. 

SEE ALSO: 'Odyssey' is the first 'Super Mario' game without a Game Over screen

Or just peep this convenient screenshot:

This is a part of an increase in cross-dressing in Nintendo games, what with Link donning women's clothing in Zelda: Breath of the Wild. There is sort of a precedent of Nintendo playing with gender roles, from Samus' famous reveal as a female character in the original Metroid, to Birdo, who has an entire section in Wikipedia devoted to the speculation surrounding her gender.  Read more...

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Turn your smartphone into a mobile photo editor with this little box

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Want to create quality content for your social media posts and rack up those sweet, sweet likes? Of course you do.

For any photo-savvy adventurer who loves to blog about their latest outing, Gnarbox is here to make your digital camera footage into instant art wherever you are.

SEE ALSO: How to become a legitimate photographer for less than $30

This handy backup device, paired with its companion app, lets your smartphone or tablet become a mini-studio where you can edit raw photos and 4K videos from your camera's SD card or USB connection.  It can also store your footage so you can put it on your computer, in case you prefer using more traditional editing software for your content. Read more...

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Badass 'StarCraft' cosplay lights up with awesome LED accents

The only thing that's better than badass cosplay is a badass cosplay that lights up.

Cosplayer Svetlana Quindt (with the help of Instagram user Adafruit) created an amazing cosplay of the StarCraft character Nova (more specifically, a version of Nova found in Heroes of the Storm) complete with LED-enhanced armor and dreadlocks. 

SEE ALSO: Comic Con cosplayers give their best tips for getting into tight costumes

Quidnt posted photos of her progress along the way on Instagram as far back as Sept. 7, showing off all the hard work that went into this kick-ass cosplay.

Casual me and Nova me! Also finished the write up for this costume! Check it out if you curious how I made it: Also check out my cosplay crafting books: #blizzardcosplay #nova #heroesofthestorm #foamcosplay #ledstrip #ledcostume #led #neopixel #adafruit #cosplay #costume #cosplaying #beforeafter #beforeandafter #cosplaywip #cosplayprogress #dressingup

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The strongest storm on Earth right now is heading for Japan

Super Typhoon Lan has been undergoing rapid intensification on Thursday night and Friday, and may reach Category 5 intensity by Saturday morning. The storm had maximum sustained winds of 150 miles per hour as of Friday afternoon, eastern time, and was still slowly intensifying.

Super Typhoon Lan is in a favorable environment for strengthening, and is likely on a collision course with highly populated areas of Japan while in a weaker, but still formidable state.

One characteristic of this storm that's clear from satellite imagery is that it has developed a massive eye about 50 miles in diameter. To put that into perspective, if you put the center of the storm on top of Manhattan, it would encompass parts of New Jersey, the lower Hudson Valley of New York, southwestern Connecticut, and western Long Island.  Read more...

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Here are Julia Louis-Dreyfus' 'Veep' co-stars rooting her on, because we could all use a happy cry today

Who'd have thought that one of the most caustic shows on television could yield one of the sweetest moments on Twitter?

SEE ALSO: Joe Biden writes Julia Louis-Dreyfus the sweetest tweet ever, from one veep to another

A few weeks ago, we got the very sad news that Julia Louis-Dreyfus had been diagnosed with breast cancer. Because 2017 is just the worst.

But even in the worst of times, people aren't all bad. Louis-Dreyfus' friends and fans rallied around her – up to and including actual former veep Joe Biden. 

Now today, her Veep co-stars Timothy Simons and Tony Hale have served up this adorable show of support: Read more...

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3 reasons you should pay attention to the Google-led $1 billion Lyft investment

Lyft got a major boost in the form of a billion-dollar investment round, and an earlier rumor was confirmed: CapitalG, Google parent company Alphabet's growth equity fund, led the round.

The investment brings Lyft's post-money valuation up to $11 billion from $7.5 billion just six months ago, and places CapitalG Partner David Lawee on the company's board. The round gives Lyft an extra boost as it prepares to dive into some major strategic projects after rapidly expanding this year, as the company says it grew from being available to 54 percent of the U.S. population to 95 percent in 2017 alone.  Read more...

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Make yogurt at home just by pushing a button

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Whether you're trying to fit a healthy meal into your diet or you just want to kick back with a nice, cool smoothie, yogurt can make for an awesome snack. But if the store-bought stuff is too preservative-y for your tastes, contains too much sugar, or is too expensive for your budget, Yomee can provide an alternative.

This Kickstarter project is an at-home yogurt maker with only a few simple steps. According to the campaign page, just pour your milk of choice into the Yomee cup and set it into the machine, drop in one of the zero waste (!) pods, select your yogurt type with the companion app and in six hours, your Yomee will churn out two servings of fresh yogurt. You can even make vegan and lactose-intolerant friendly yogurt by using nut-based or non-dairy milks. Read more...

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Hype yourself up for 'Stranger Things 2' with the official soundtrack

One of the few things of which I am irrevocably sure is that background scores are the purest art in the movie business. Because they have to move a story forward, these soundtracks often provide us with clues amidst their addictive melodiesStranger Things 2 is now musically available for streaming and purchase, and it's the perfect way to immerse yourself once again in the show's irresistible ambiance.

SEE ALSO: Eleven is back in the final trailer for 'Stranger Things' Season 2

The opening track, "Walkin in Hawkins" is a perfect welcome back to the world of Stranger Things. The light synth-beat, the eerie undertones, but a cheerier overall vibe than one would ascribe to Season 1 or the show at large. Read more...

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'Thor: Ragnarok' stands as the best-reviewed superhero movie of all time

But can it last?

With nearly 50 reviews recorded on Rotten Tomatoes as of midday Friday, Thor: Ragnarok is (so far) the best-reviewed superhero film of all time, scoring a 98% fresh rating that's four percentage points better than the next runners up, 94% fresh Iron Man and The Dark Knight (with the 1978 Superman just a step behind at 93%).

To keep that title, however, Thor: Ragnarok has a ways to go. 

SEE ALSO: There's a secret way to predict a movie's Rotten Tomatoes score

Major superehero releases tend to have 250-350 reviews by the end of their reviews cycle, and the God of Thunder just got out of the gate. Hot Rotten Tomatoes starts almost always tend to trend slightly downwards; Blade Runner 2049, for instance, opened to 95% fresh in its first week after reviews came in, only to settle in at 88% after trailing critics finally posted. Read more...

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Can we just talk about John Green's new novel 'Turtles All The Way Down' real quick?

John Green is back!

Earlier in October, John Green broke his writing hiatus and released a new YA novel, Turtles All the Way Down, his first book in six years. 

The book follows Aza Holmes, a 16-year-old would-be detective living in Indianapolis who is trying to track down a missing billionaire, Russell Pickett, with her friend Daisy. But Pickett isn't the only one Aza is trying to find. Aza also lives with severe OCD and anxiety, and frequently gets trapped in thought spirals. One of her big fears is that she is "a fiction" as she struggles to escape her spirals and find herself.

SEE ALSO: Watch John Green read the first chapter of his new book Read more...

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Stitch Fix filed for an IPO, and here's what we learned

After months of speculation, Stitch Fix filed for its IPO on Thursday. 

The clothing subscription service bared all in its filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. And it taught us a few things about a company readying to go public just as it faces competition from—who else?—Amazon. 

Business is good

Stitch Fix's business model is simple: it sends clothes it thinks you'll like to your house to try. If you like what the startup sends, you can buy those pieces, and if not, you can send them back. You pay a $20 styling fee, but if you buy any of the items Stitch Fix sends you, the fee goes toward the price.  Read more...

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Meet the young woman behind the 'chinstagram' trend

Michelle Liu, otherwise known as 'Chinchelle',  is 'chinning' all over the world. Read more...

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Theory: Taylor Swift's new song 'Gorgeous' is about a cute dog she saw outside the club

Taylor Swift released "Gorgeous," her new single from Reputation, on Friday. As you might expect, the song is all about someone who is gorgeous — and most people are thinking that's Joe Alwyn, Swift's current boyfriend and a pleasant-looking British man.

Respectfully, these people are all wrong. As a close reading of the lyrics will show you, "Gorgeous" is about one thing and one thing only: a cute dog Taylor Swift recently saw outside the club.

SEE ALSO: This one lyric from 'Gorgeous' is proof that the old Taylor Swift is not dead

Let's begin.

Verse #1

You should take it as a compliment
That I got drunk and made fun of the way you talk

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Texting your parents might not be so bad if you had a dad as funny as this

Sometimes texting your parents isn't a chore. 

Aggie (@selfconchass) posted a group text between her and her parents. Her mom decided to post a photo of herself in a wig and her dad couldn't help himself with a... unique reply.

Now we know who's the jokester in the family. 

SEE ALSO: Mom accidentally texts her daughter something very NSFW


— aggie🏹 (@SELFCONCHASS) October 18, 2017

"MY MOM SENT THIS IN THE GC AND MY DAD REPLIED WITH THAT PICTURE I WAS DEAD," she tweeted, showing a turtleneck-dressing dog with a blond wig. Read more...

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