Some get sad, some try to laugh it off, and others poison you with the berries from a Lily of the Valley and dissolve your body in a barrel of acid. Jimmy Kimmel presents the third installment of Celebrities Read Mean Tweets.
During a whale-watching tour off the coast of California, a pod of dolphins stole the show as nearly 1,000 of them stampeded toward a boat full of excited onlookers.
Protein bars usually contain as much sugar as a doughnut and have an ingredient list that requires a doctorate to pronounce. RXBARs are different. With no more than eight ingredients, each bar contains only real, whole foods and delivers 12g of quality protein without any added sugar. At the core of every bar is a mixture of egg whites, fruits, and nuts — which they print right on the front of the package — and each of their 12 flavors are gluten-, soy-, and dairy-free. Our favorites are Chocolate Sea Salt, Blueberry, and Peanut Butter, but we recommend starting with the best seller pack, which comes with six of their top selling flavors. Keep a few of these in your gym bag, office drawer, and kitchen pantry for when you need a snack and resist the urge to scarf a candy bar.
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You probably already know that the Leesa Mattress is sourced and crafted in the USA and that it's backed by elite athletes and over 10,000 verified five-star customer reviews. And maybe you've heard that Leesa is ordered online, built, compressed, rolled, and shipped directly to your door. But what you might not know is that beginning this month, customers can experience Leesa's American-made and expertly designed mattresses at 80+ West Elm locations across the U.S. And as always, Leesa will let you try their mattress in the comfort of your own home for 100 risk-free nights.
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After around 100 missions and 400 hours, The Discovery Channel and Japanese TV channel NHK have captured the very first footage of the giant squid in its natural habitat. The three-man crew found the Architeuthis just east of Chichi Island in the north Pacific Ocean about 2,066 feet underwater. The Discovery Channel will feature the footage in the final episode of Curiosity.