Pepsi is trying to fight against sinking revenues by tricking your tongue.
According to Ad Age, the soda giant is working with the biotech company Senomyx to produce a "taste modifier" that would essentially tell your taste buds they are receiving more sugar than they actually are.
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To coincide with the release of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, “Great Odin’s Raven” – a reference to one of Ron Burgundy’s catchphrases – is apparently due for release this month.
Little information about the Scotch is known save that it’s a blend and being released through Drink Supermarket and was bottled by Riviera Imports.
The exploits of Ron Burgundy and his Channel 4 news team gained cult status when the first film, Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Brgundy, was released in 2004.
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Say goodbye to intrigue and dramatic twists: Slow TV is attracting record audiences in Norway, with hours, even days, devoted to knitting, fishing and panoramic landscapes.
The public broadcaster NRK has made snail-paced entertainment something of a Norwegian speciality.
“It’s literally reality TV: something authentic that’s shown in real time without being edited down,” said Rune Moeklebust, the head of programmes at NRK.
Read more at the National
The freeway turned into a sparkling lot.
Mr. Connors' Opus
Whoops! Out of ink.
What's next? Ferrets that look like Chamberlain.
Things may seem slummier than they appear.
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An artist is creating photo frames out of mothers’ placenta for them to display pictures of their babies.
25-year-old Amanda Cotton puts dried and crushed pieces of the organ in a mould and adds resin, creating a marble-effect frame.
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Women are constantly pressured in the media to lose weight, so it is little surprise that some go to extreme lengths to fit in to unrealistic standards of beauty.
The latest fad that females are falling for is the so-called cotton ball diet, which can pose serious threats to health.
Videos are being uploaded on YouTube with young girls showing just how to do the diet, which involves dipping cotton balls into orange juice, lemonade or a smoothie before swallowing them whole. The notion is that the cotton balls will make them feel full and satisfied, so they do not consume food and lose weight.
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