Have you ever found yourself on a 6-feet-apart walk with a friend when hunger hits? There’s a mask for that!   With the Pac-Mask you’ll be covered—at least for the majority of the meal. Simply open and close its plastic ‘mouth’ by squeezing the lever, NBC reports.   Pro tip…

During online, oral arguments in Barr v. American Association of Political Consultants before the US Supreme Court this week, an attorney was interrupted by a dissenting opinion—from a toilet.

Some look at toilet paper panic buying and say they’ve never seen anything like it—but let's not forget the great TP shortage of 1973.   Who started it? Johnny Carson, of course!

People worldwide are marking 1 month of lockdown with their first home haircut. For those used to regular salon visits, this is very hairy territory.     “Anxiety bangs are never a good idea,” a stylist warned the Mumbai Mirror.  

These days everyone—including Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni—is looking for a great home workout.

When the humorist Dave Barry gathered his strength for a Target run this week, the toilet paper aisle felt like a scene from “The Walking Dead”—except the zombies were live humans panic-buying Charmin.   Literally no one told people to hoard toilet paper. Yet it appears…

It's a perennial question for the fast food industry: How to convince customers that they’re eating actual food?   “Show them the mold!” says Burger King.   After decades of looking perfect for the cameras, the iconic Whopper is showing fans “the real me,” in a new ad…

As @thekrista says, “Public Health Valentine’s … We ruin everything!” But you know what really kills the mood? Infectious diseases, foodborne illness, and heart disease! Public health is actually quite the cupid, thanks very much. What could be more loving than these wise…

Paris may have the Louvre, Beijing the Forbidden City, and Delhi the Red Fort, but Baltimore has an 825-pound ball of string.   And it can be yours!   The spherical 337.5 miles of string is for sale. After the famed Haussner’s restaurant closed in 1999, Bob Gerber bought it…

What we wouldn’t give to be in the writers’ room for the Super Bowl commercial that killed Mr. Peanut. The monocled monsieur perished in a Thelma & Legume-style desert cliff-dive, Vox—and every other news outlet—reports.    His funeral will be aired in, of course,…