I get it, Tyler C has the abs, that winning smile, is all about female empowerment, but there is one thing he's missing: John Paul Jones' love for chicken nuggets. And during last night's Men Tell All episode of The Bachelorette, JPJ quite literally showered audience members with 'em while chowing down on a few himself. I don't know who you chose, Hannah, but I gotta be honest, I think you chose wrong. This is the kind of husband you need. JUST LOOK AT HIM: ICYMI or aren't a dedicated viewer, let me clear things up: JPJ, as we have so affectionately nicknamed him (you can't have three names and expect us to call you by them all), had more of a connection with the nugs then he did miss Hannah B. And that's not a diss on his relationship, either. His passion just runs deep. "I've never met a man with such gusto and love for chicken nuggets," Chris Harrison commented, while sitting down with Jones for a one-on-one interview. "In honor of JPJ, we're bringing out nuggets for everyone." The pair had a little cheers with their chicken, while staffers passed them around for the audience. But sweet, sweet John Paul Jones decided them to throw them into the crowd instead. First, he hooked up his fellow cast members, launching them into a sea of fellow exes. Then he stood up and started chucking them into the crowd. This could've been your life partner, Hannah!! THE FATHER OF YOUR CHILDREN!!!!!I really hope the paradise chefs can whip up a mean nugget, because this cutie's heading to BIP. Oh, and also, Tyler if you're reading this, I'm sorry. I still love you, call me, etc.
When it comes to all things culinary, Test Kitchen chef Molly Baz has attempted many complicated and rarefied cooking techniques, but she's never attempted to cook like a survivalist. Join her as she tries to master this ancient craft through a series of 7 challenges.
North Korea released a number of images of Kim Jong-un inspecting a new submarine. The images show the North Korean leader touring what appears to be a submarine in drydock, under construction. Experts believe the new sub will carry nuclear-tipped missiles that could be used to threaten U.S. military bases in Japan and throughout the Asia-Pacific region. The photos, released via the state-run KCNA news agency, show Kim and an entourage touring a submarine inside a massive construction building. The submarine appears similar to existing North Korean subs—but with a catch. The submarine appears to have an expanded sail with launch tubes for Pukgeukseong-1 ballistic missiles.KCNA, reporting on the event, stated that Kim Jong-un, “visited the newly built submarine and detailed the operational tactical specifications of the ship and the weapon combat systems. (Kim) expressed great satisfaction about the design and construction of the submarine so that it can smoothly carry out the military strategic wishes of our party even in the context of each situation.” The submarine will operate in the Sea of Japan. The Project 633 class Soviet diesel electric submarine, nicknamed “Romeo” by NATO forces, was introduced in the late 1950s. The Soviets shared plans for the submarines with China, who transferred seven of them to North Korea in the 1970s and supplied parts for another 13 in kit form. Although very obsolete in 2019, the Romeos make up a substantial portion of North Korea’s large submarine fleet. In 2014, Kim Jong-un was photographed taking a ride on one of the submarines. In the mid-1990s, North Korea acquired a large number of outdated ex-Soviet Navy submarines, many of which were reportedly in poor condition. Ostensibly bought for scrap, the purchase included a small number of Project 629A ballistic missile submarines, known to NATO as the Golf II class. The Golf II class was based on the same Romeo-class submarines used by North Korea but modified to carry three missile tubes in the submarine’s sail. The similarity of design of the Golf II to the new North Korean submarine suggests that although North Korea never managed to get a Golf II in service, the new submarine incorporates technology from the old Soviet subs. The new submarine is a successor to the Gorae (Whale), a technology demonstrator that concealed one missile in the sail. Underwater warfare expert H.I. Sutton, author of the Covert Shores submarine blog, told Popular Mechanics the missile submarine is likely a conversion of one of North Korea’s Romeo-class submarines, “Although it was described as newly built by North Korea’s state media, there are very clear signs that this is a modification of a previously built boat. So the submarine was built at least twenty years ago.”As propaganda the photos attempt to show the size and scale of the submarine without showing off too many details. Sutton has noticed several small, seemingly minor details of the sub that point to its lineage. In the photo above, the lower arrow points to one of two shrouded propellers—standard on Romeo-class submarines—with one located on each side of the hull. The upper arrow shows what generally looks like the Romeo submarine with an enlarged topside. That topside is almost certainly meant to support a larger, wider sail with missile launch tubes inside. Sutton believes the new submarine can carry two, possibly three Pukgeukseong missiles. First tested in 2016, Pukgeukseong (called KN-11 by U.S. intelligence) is thought to have a range of 1,200 kilometers (745 miles) and is nuclear-tipped. Launched from the Sea of Japan, such a missile could hold U.S. and Japanese targets at risk of nuclear attack. The new submarine could later embark future missiles with even longer ranges—the ideal target is the U.S. island territory of Guam, a regional hub for U.S. Air Force nuclear-capable bombers and U.S. Navy nuclear submarines. A submarine equipped with nuclear-tipped missiles could be a surprise first strike weapon, inching quietly towards its target undetected and then launching a barrage of missiles. Most nuclear powers however use sub-based nukes as a strictly defensive weapons meant to deter such surprise attacks. A submarine on patrol could evade enemy forces, riding out a nuclear attack on its home country and then firing its missiles in retaliation. North Korea’s conversion of an existing submarine into a missile-firing one appears to have come with performance compromises. “The missile tubes appear to be located in what was the second battery compartment,” Sutton says. “This may mean that the boat carries fewer batteries meaning that she cannot submerge for as long.” The “new” North Korean submarine is relatively primitive by modern standards. Nevertheless, Sutton tells Popular Mechanics, “although the submarines is old fashioned, the armament is very potent and will be taken very seriously by other navies.”
Real Estate Agent Leonard Steinberg just sold a pre-war condo in New York City's Tribeca neighborhood. We challenged three people - an apartment renter, an apartment owner and a real estate expert - to try to guess how much the apartment sold for. Leonard reveals more and more details to them as they refine their guesses.
The architecture of religious sites have inspired worshippers around the world for centuries. These 20 sacred sites attract even those who believe solely in the power of travel.
Beauty influencers Joey Graceffa, Colleen Ballinger & Bretman Rock take a friendship test. From their first impressions of each other and giving each other sweet and generous compliments to doing trust falls and having a 2-minute group hug, watch the guys put their band to the test. Watch Joey Graceffa, Colleen Ballinger and Bretman Rock in Season 4 of Escape The Night now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgJtS0BU-UY
The new product, co-offered by Amazon and Realogy, is called TurnKey and makes Realogy agents available on Amazon's search platform. At the same time, homebuyers become eligible for a package from Amazon worth up to $5,000.
Today in very real internet news you may or may not have been expecting: A fleshlight in the shape of a Four Loko can is going viral. The product is actually a collaboration between Fleshlight and Four Loko and you can buy it on the former's site right now. For all those who are still with me (no judgment) (truly!), the sex toy company is calling the Pizzaslime-made item "Sex in a Can" and is encouraging you to "pound one." From there, their justification for the existence of this is as follows: During an idle moment you've probably thought to yourself, "Wouldn't it be cool if I could have sex with a Four Loko?" ... now you can (if you have a penis) ... Inspired by the spirit of Steve Jobs and Leonardo Da Vinci, Pizzaslime orchestrated a fusion of the two legendary brands that are Four Loko and Fleshlight. The result is an innovative and cutting edge sexual experience. In short, YOU ARE WELCOME WORLD.As far as further details on the product, it's described as perfect for first-time users, as it features "a textured canal with several 'waves' spaced throughout the canal." Those "waves" vary in diameter from ½' to ¾'. Go F#%K yourself. 😉 https://t.co/BFIpIJEvlh pic.twitter.com/8bTHuJtL26— Fleshlight (@Fleshlight) July 23, 2019Clearly, they are expecting extremely high demand for Sex in a Can (see? No one is judging!) and have specified that it'll be a limited-time-only-type deal. So if you saw this marriage and thought "yeah, I'd fuck with that," you should probably head over to Fleshlight and buy one (for $69) (nice) now.
Everybody put their hands together for Christina Chaey as she makes her From the Test Kitchen debut. In her first episode, she's making buckwheat noodles from scratch.
The Queen is looking for a full-time chef to cook for the royal family. The chef will be given permanent accommodation at the Palace as well as benefits. The job comes with a strict social media ban.
You didn’t think you’d heard the last of “Baby Shark,” now, did you? Of course not, especially since there’s a TV show based on the Pinkfong viral video coming. Now your child can bring the tune to bedtime with Walmart-exclusive Baby Shark bedding!The great thing about this bedding is that you can choose exactly what you want. There’s a bundle, so you can get the sheets, pillowcases, and comforter all in one bag. Or you can order the just the sheets or just the comforter and pillow sham. Or there’s a separate plush blanket that is large enough for a bed, or can be used to snuggle on the couch.The sheets come in twin and full options, and the reversible comforter — with the Baby Shark crew on one side and fish on the other — is fit for both bed sizes. All of the bedding is machine-washable and made of polyester, so you know your little one is in for a super cozy night’s sleep.Sorry in advance for adding another layer to the song that will never, ever leave your brain.Read More:Your Kids Will Go Crazy for These Modern Bunk BedsMake Bedtime More Snooze-Worthy With These Kids’ Bedding PicksThese Design Tips Will Turn Your Kids’ Playroom Into an Organized ParadiseFollow BestProducts.com on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest!
What can we learn about suburban architecture from the way it's represented in pop culture? Join architect Michael Wyetzner of Michielli + Wyetzner Architects as he breaks down the suburban design of 'Mad Men,' 'The Brady Bunch,' 'Weeds,' 'That '70s Show' and 'Modern Family.' Check out Michael's architecture firm here: https://mwarch.net/
If you feel like moving to the Hamptons, The Sandcastle can be yours for $40M. The entire house is beautiful and luxurious, but when you're not sunning on the beach you may find yourself spending most of your time in the basement. It features a full bowling alley, a rock climbing wall, a halfpipe, a performing arts theater, a spa and a convertible basketball/squash court. Check out the listing here: https://www.bespokerealestate.com/listing/sandcastle-bridgehampton/
Updated Post: July 23, 2019 at 3 p.m. ESTWhether you loved or hated Twilight, the trilogy-book-series-turned-tetrology-movie-series about a vampire teen's forbidden romance with a human girl, you have to admit: The houses featured in the series were enough to make you want to move to Forks, WA. (And maybe deal with brooding vegetarian vampires whose restraint for sampling humans' blood was rivaled only by their masterful use of hair gel.) Well, now you're in luck, because you can live like Bella Swan without having to deal with the mythological interspecies dating drama! Just in time for Twilight's 10th anniversary, the home featured in the movie—which is actually located in St. Helens, Oregon, not Forks—is now listed on Airbnb. That's right—months after listing the house for just under $350,000, the owners have decided to list the 5-bedroom house on the rental website, offering it for $330 to $440 a night, depending on when you visit. Unlike many other movie homes, the interior of this house was also used for filming, and the homeowners kept the color palette the set designers used when they transformed the space into Bella's house. (Read on to get the full scoop on what that was like.)BOOK NOW Bella Swan's House, AirbnbOriginal Post: Aug. 16, 2018 at 4:23 p.m. ESTYou can own a piece of Twilight history, because the actual house used as Bella Swan's home in the first Twilight movie is for sale. But the St. Helens, Oregon, residence isn't just a source of nostalgia for Kristen Stewart fans. It's a real home, with a real set of history that comes with it.The real-life owner, who purchased the home in 2002, told HouseBeautiful.com he has a lot of memories from the house, including what it was like to have his place used as the setting for a major Hollywood film.In 2007, owner Dean Koenig said he was first approached about filming while eating a bowl of chicken soup in his dining room. "There was a knock on the door. The man said he was a location scout for a movie company [and] that the director really liked the house and was wondering if he could shoot some photos of it," Koenig said. "He said that he loved the fact that the house had its original windows and doors and that it hadn’t had all of its character remodeled out of it."Koenig agreed to let them film there, and although the scout liked the home's authentic aesthetic, some of the original paint was eventually changed for the film. "They painted most of the inside of the house and told me after they finished filming that they would restore it to my colors or paint it any color I’d like," Koenig said. "[But] the designer said if I kept their colors, I could stand in one corner of any spot of the house, and the room might be blue, the hallway would be yellow and the next room would be green. All three room colors would complement each other."After the movie wrapped, Koenig said he decided to keep house with the same paint scheme used in the film. "The choices the filmmakers really made the house shine," he said. "If you ever have the chance to have your room colors picked by a production designer, you won’t be sorry."When Koenig first saw his home in the trailer for Twilight, he said he felt "a sensation that very few will know." He watched the movie at the Columbia Theater in Saint Helens, and when the camera captured a square cabinet near the fridge, his wife leaned over and said, "Hey! I know what's in the cupboard."Since the film debuted in 2008, Twilight fans have flocked to Oregon to get a sneak peek of the home. On YouTube, several videos are featured of TwiHards taking pictures outside of the property.Ten years after the film's release, Koenig is finally ready to part ways with his home. The four-bedroom, two-bathroom property is listed for $349,900 through Sotheby's International Realty."Live in a movie house!" broker Andrew Ferranti writes in his listing. "You're going to love all of the charming details, including the leaded glass, dining room, china cabinets, and hardwood floors throughout this wonderful home!"
In addition to fun photos and short clips, the social media influencer is adding IGTV to his repertoire, a feature that lets Instagram users post long-form videos to their accounts.
In case you haven't been paying attention to the news for, I don't know, the past decade, bees are in a lot of trouble. In fact, ABC News reports that between April 2018 and April 2019, the American managed bee population declined by 40.7 percent. Luckily, Papa John's is working hard to bring awareness to the situation the only way they know how: with pizza. That's right, this week, Papa John's UK took to Instagram to share snaps of their tiny lil new "Beezza," AKA their pizza made exclusively for bees. According to Food & Wine, this one-of-a-kind item is based on the classic PJ's dough and passata, but it's then sprinkled with pollen, rosemary, and thyme. To top it all off, there are gorgeous flowers like Forget Me Nots and Rose Geraniums across the pie. Oh, and that's all within a one-inch diameter, so it's basically the cutest pizza ever. View this post on Instagram Let’s get down to beesness 😅 To celebrate the launch of our new ‘Bee Sting Pizza’, we’re buzzing to give away hundreds of packs of bee friendly, wildflower seeds to YOU! Like and comment below for a chance to receive a free pack of seeds so you can create bee friendly environments wherever you live 🐝 A post shared by Papa John's (@papajohnsuk) on Jul 18, 2019 at 2:33am PDTUnfortunately, the pie is not only exclusively part of a UK promotion, but it's also unavailable for purchase. That said, Brits will still be able to celebrate the bees with Papa John's new "Bee Sting" pie, which sounds fantastic too. It's got a hot amarillo chili base and is topped with pepperoni, mozzarella, green chili, and, best of all, sweet honey. View this post on Instagram Un-BEE-lievable! 🐝 To celebrate the launch of our NEW ‘The Bee Sting’ pizza, we’ve created the world’s FIRST ‘beezza’ (pizza for bees) 🍯 Made with real Papa John’s dough, wild flowers and a sprinkle of pollen, the tiny treat has been made to support the work of the @BumblebeeTrust 💐 Look at this little cutie 😍 A post shared by Papa John's (@papajohnsuk) on Jul 17, 2019 at 2:53am PDTPJ's is also working with the Bumblebee Conservation Trust to give out local wildflower seeds to those who like and comment on their bee-related posts. Finally, from now through September 1st, customers will have the option to donate their change to the trust. Either way, this is clearly a win-win for us and our buzzing friends.