Yikes. We've got some real foodisaster winners up in here!
To be fair, cooking can rather difficult and most people should be practicing their skills (you know who you are!), 'cause practice makes perfect!
On the other hand... a lot of these just seem like common sense.
Either way, we thoroughly enjoyed reading these and are thankful that even though we aren't that great of cooks... we know not to dump a can of spaghetti sauce into the boiling water.
AskReddit is at it again, asking insightful and thoughtful questions that turn into fantastic threads!
This time, user u/imconfusedbro1 is asking, "People who shoved their school papers in their backpacks with no binder/folder etc, Where are you now?"
Anyone else feel personally attacked? OK, good. I'm not alone.
Dear Hollywood, instead of your obsessive need to turnout re-makes of classics, why not look to history for some incredible stories that have yet to be told?
Here, Twitter has also given you a jumpstart of some awesome movie ideas, all thanks to Twitter user @KylePlantEmoji.
Got any other awesome stories from history that hasn't made it to the big screen? Share it us with in the comments below!
Andrew Kimmel, a man who decided to use some miles to maintain a certain status with American Airlines, booked a $400 flight to Mexico and had quite the unforgettable experience.
When you fly so often, you often rack up some travel perks in the form of mileage and more. Kimmel is an avid flyer, flying up to three times a week when working in news and twice a week working as a reality producer. Both jobs required Kimmel to travel all over the United States. And whenever he had time off, he would plan trips out of the country.
Last year, Kimmel had obtained the status of 'Executive Platinum' with American Airlines. Such a status gave him three free checked bags, top of the list for complimentary upgrades on all domestic flights, free same-day flight changes and four free system-wide upgrades. Meaning, if you were flying economy to Asia, you would be able to use one system-wide upgrade that would bump you to business. So what would essentially start as an $800 economy ticket could end up being a $5,000 business class seat.
Recently, American Airlines changed what it takes to hold the 'Executive Platinum' status. To achieve the 'Executive Platinum' status you once had to spend $12K a year on flights (pre-tax), now you must spend $15K a year to maintain the status.
In a Twitter thread, Kimmel shared his insane and unbelievable story when traveling to Mexico:
An apocalyptic blood-red sky looms over Australian as the fires rage on.
One Twitter user, Dr. Bodie Ashton, has gone in-depth on how truly devastating this crisis is, mapping it out for those outside, or even in a different part of Australia and cannot fully comprehend the severity of it all.
It's been a rocky start to 2020, we can only hope this isn't a set-tone for the rest of the year.
We continue to pray for Australia during these hard times.
The justice system has failed many, many unfortunate souls. Including Willie Simmons, who was sentenced to life without parole, in 1982, for stealing $9.
Investigative journalist Beth Shelburne has brought Simmons' story into the spotlight when sharing this man's story via Twitter. Not only was Willie Simmons sentenced to life for something so ridiculous, but he has also been and still is currently imprisoned in one of the most notorious prisons in Alabama.
Alabama Legislature passed something called the "Habitual Felony Offender Act" to crack down on repeat criminals, back in 1977. And journalist Shelburne is here to shed some light on just some of the injustice created by this "Habitual Felony Offender Act."
How would you describe color to a blind person? Do you describe the emotions usually felt with each color? Things that are associated with said color? Do you have a cultural interpretation for each color?
There doesn't seem to be a right or wrong answer but it's definitely interesting to read what people have come up with that describes colors for them.
This following thread, by @alexdurog, may be a year old but it's so lifting and positive that it should be shared every week or so. This is for anyone who needs a little lift in their day, or life.
You are beautiful.
Don't feel like you are? Read below, might change your perception.
And when we say nonstop, we mean nonstop. Trade lawyer, @scottlincicome, tweeted "Nobody tells you parenthood is basically an infinite series of petty negotiations," and it struck a chord in many parents who then shared their own recent petty negotiations with their kids.
This. If you were to read one thread today, let it be this one. Writer and activist, Mark Greene, sums up the #MeToo movement into a series of easy to comprehend tweets, and the best course of action to take to make this world safer, positive, and overall better for women AND men.
The user who started this genius AskReddit thread has since deleted their account but the thread lives on, and we are so ever grateful for that! This may be a bit of an older threader but it's definitely one of the best ones! So we ask you if you had one wish...what would you wish for? Enjoy the hysterical responses from the a**hole genie below!