“Always live in the ugliest house on the street – then you don’t have to look at it.” – David Hockney
The Beer Nazis
It’s hard to believe that in 2019, racism and hatred are still very much prevalent in societal undertones and interactions. It’s even harder to believe people go out of their way to celebrate Hitler’s birthday.
But probably the most difficult thing to believe regarding this subculture is that people willingly shave their heads and get ugly-ass tattoos embroidered on those dumb, thick skulls.
Apparently, a small town in Germany celebrates Hitler’s birthday annually with a big festival because I guess hate requires floats and American-classic style shirt-ware.
But the good people of this town were having none of it this year and took measures to make sure these ghastly human being weren’t going to have as much fun talking concentration camp real-estate as they originally anticipated.
Here’s how the new-nazis got trolled.
Everybody loves the grocery chain, Aldi. What’s there not to like? It’s cheap, has quality food, and takes active measures to be eco-friendly — like not using plastic shopping bags.
Ok, it’s a little bit like a cult, but at least it’s the kind of cult people don’t threaten to take away your family members or wear impractical garments in 90-something degree weather.
To add to Aldi’s list of awesomeness, the store chain recently announced its new line of floatable wine glasses and can I just say, “THANK GOD!” It was a demand that just needed to be met.
No more paddling to the side of the pool to sip your Rose. No more trying to use your kid’s head as a serving tray cuz they are simply USELESS.
Now, for the low price of $2.50, you can have your very own floating glass of chard without worrying about accidental spills or messes.
Here’s how they work.
Netflix Gems No One Is Talking About
Netflix offers so many options that choosing the perfect thing to watch can be too much to deal with.
Here’s a look at some of the best stuff to add to your queue for the next time you don’t know what to watch on Netflix.