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Brilliant Girl Scout sells Samoas with the help of shirtless Jason Momoa

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A brilliant Girl Scout knows her customers very well — what sells better than shirtless superheroes and clever puns?

Look, the free market is tough, and when every other kid in your school is also hawking their sugar-laden wares, you have to do whatever it takes to stand out. From setting up shop in front of cannabis dispensaries to getting the attention of Childish Gambino himself, few are more business savvy than Girl Scouts.

Fifth grader Charlotte Holmberg took her marketing strategy to a whole new level by slapping a very shirtless Jason Momoa onto the iconic Samoa boxes. Rebranding them as “Momoas,” Jason Momoa smolders back at you from behind the caramel-covered coconut-dusted cookies.  Read more…

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Cat comes to the rescue and unlocks door for its owner stuck outside

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Breaking news: A cat made itself useful. No, really! 

When student Gabby Tropea found herself  accidentally locked out of her house, she decided to try the back sliding door. Unfortunately, that turned out to be locked, too. This is where Boco, her cat comes in.

The rear door was locked with a wooden bar, which needed to be removed. Tropea managed to trick Boko into clawing at the bar by tapping on the glass, and eventually, Boko managed to unlock the sliding door.

Luckily, Tropea captured the majestic unlocking. It’s not everyday that we get to see cats being cute and helpful. Read more…

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Crush Twitter proves that sometimes subtweets can be good

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An Ode to… is a weekly column where we share the stuff we’re really into in hopes that you’ll be really into it, too.


Twitter is the very definition of “too many cooks in the kitchen,” but breaking the platform down into sections and focusing on your own specific interests makes it significantly more bearable.

People who are passionate about government issues, for example, can follow Politics Twitter. Those looking to promote their businesses in a cheesy fashion can engage with Brand Twitter. And rom-com obsessed hopeless romantics like myself, who aren’t afraid to share their hearts on their timelines, have Crush Twitter.  Read more…

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