Chrysler Invented a New Car That Takes Selfies For You

Chrysler Invented a New Car That Takes Selfies For You

It’s super dangerous to take a selfie while you’re driving. But since we just can’t survive without those photos, maybe this is the answer?

Chrysler just created a new car called the Portal that takes selfies FOR YOU. There’s a camera mounted in the car that automatically takes pictures of everyone inside and sends those pictures to their phones.

For now, it’s just a concept car, so there’s no word on whether they might really produce it one day . . . or whether they could add the selfie feature to their other cars.

(USA Today)

…Now they’re just trying to figure out how to get the car to wear a bikini and make a duck-face.

Behold! McDonald’s Has Created a Nutella Burger

Behold! McDonald’s Has Created a Nutella Burger

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If I were ever going to commit to gaining 500 pounds, THIS just might be the calorie delivery method I would go with.

McDonald’s in Italy just created a brand new Nutella burger. Basically, it’s just a hamburger bun with a “patty” made entirely out of Nutella. There’s no meat, just a massive amount of chocolate spread.

Unfortunately, because they hate money, they probably won’t bring the burger over to the United States.

(Eater

Oscar Mayer created a Dating App for People Who Love Bacon

Oscar Mayer created a Dating App for People Who Love Bacon

Sure, your unconditional love of bacon might give you heart disease . . . but it could also help you find ACTUAL love.

Oscar Mayer released a DATING app yesterday.

It’s called Sizzl, and it only matches you up with other people obsessed with BACON.

Obviously it’s a marketing ploy, but it IS an actual app.

It matches you with people based on your bacon preferences, and a ton of people are already signed up.

When you build your profile, EVERY question is about bacon.

First it asks if you prefer pork or turkey bacon . . . which should actually be a question on EVERY dating site.

Because if you say turkey, you’re un-datable.

It also asks if you like thick cut . . . smoked . . . maplewood . . . or low sodium bacon.

Then you have to say whether you like it chewy, crispy, or burnt.

And the last question asks what you’d do if you were on a date, and there was one strip of bacon left . . . would you take it, let your date have it, or share it with them? Apparently they’re expecting people to go on a lot of breakfast dates.

You can download the app at FindBaconLove.com.

So far it’s only available for iPhone users.

(AdWeek)

A Website Shows You How Long You Have to Work to Buy Different Things

A Website Shows You How Long You Have to Work to Buy Different Things

How Long You Have to Work

Here’s a cool website that’s only like 85% depressing. You enter your salary, and it shows you how many hours you have to work to afford five things: A burger, shoes, a TV, a new car, and a home.

It also compares your salary in real time to people in other jobs . . . from construction workers and teachers, to CEOs, surgeons, and OPRAH.

You can check it out by Googling “salaries in real time.” It was created by a website called Retale.com . . . spelled R-E-T-A-L-E. Because misspellings are super cool.

 

(Retale)

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Watch Robert Downey Jr. Present a Bionic Iron Man Arm to a Disabled Boy

Watch Robert Downey Jr. Present a Bionic Iron Man Arm to a Disabled Boy

My HERO!!

ROBERT DOWNEY JR. personally delivered a legit, bionic arm . . . styled to look like one of Iron Man’s . . . to a 7-year-old boy named Alex who was born with a partially-developed right arm. The 3D-printed arm was created by a company called Limbitless Solutions, who are on the cutting edge of making this technology cheap. This particular arm only cost $350 in materials.