My Dribble – Daily Articles About Nothing Specific

If You Thought McDonald’s Had Crazy Ingredients, Wait Until you See Their Pies.

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McDonald’s is notorious for having some of the craziest ingredients in their foods. People have complained about it for years, but the fast food giant keeps on trucking along, retaining their crown as fast food king across the globe (sorry Burger King). But what they’ve added to their dessert menu is a bit curious, weird, […]

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This Is No Ordinary Fork And Knife. Wait Until You Hear Their Story.

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What would you do if you were at your grandmother’s house looking for a fork and all of a sudden you find one with a swastika on it? Yeah, I’d be surprised too. However unlikely that sounds, it’s exactly what happened to one Reddit user. According to him, his grandmother and her family, who is Polish […]

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Check Out The Awesome Fast Food Items You’ll Wish You Could Order In The U.S.

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You’re not really a world traveler until you experience awesome country-specific menu items of your favorite fast food restaurants. Anyone can go on trips to foreign countries; only a true traveler gets exhausted that they’re no longer interested in new and different places to eat. You don’t have to be road weary to eat chili cheese […]

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These Pills Are Lifesaving, But You’re Going To Gag When You See What’s In Them.

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Clostridium difficile (CDI) is a type of bacterial infection causing serious and debilitating diarrhea. CDI infection is a growing problem in health care facilities, killing up to 14,000 people a year in the United States alone.   An effective treatment for CDI is known as a “fecal transplant,” which is exactly what it sounds like. This kind of transplant uses the […]

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Would You Be Brave Enough To Venture Across This Bridge? Not me. Nope, Nope.

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In Russia, life is generally more intense than anywhere else on the planet. So, it makes sense that the scariest pedestrian bridge in the world be there.  Welcome to the Skybridge! It doesn’t look terrifying, until you look down. Daily Mail The bridge extends one kilometer above the forests of the Krasnaya Polyana valley in south-westen Russian, near […]

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They Were Looking For Whales, But What They Found Instead? Whoa!

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Tom Satre makes his living spotting whales, dolphins, and other Alaskan wildlife to show those on board his tour boats, but just when he thought he had seen it all, he saw something amazing. Tom came across four young deer swimming in the cold water. Satre and his family were about 1.2 miles from shore when […]

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Nature is Reclaiming These Abandoned Churches and the Results Are Incredible.

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Some of the oldest structures in the world are churches, and they have a long tradition of being the centers of communities not just for spiritual reasons, but for social ones as well. But like everything else, they sometimes become abandoned for one reason or another, and the impressive structures are slowly reclaimed by nature, […]

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It’s Not Pretty, But This Is What Real, Everlasting Love Looks Like.

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Volunteer archaeologists in Northern England made a startling romantic discovery this week at the site of a “lost chapel” in Leicestershire. They unearthed a couple holding hands who were buried over 700 years ago. Volunteers excavated at the former site of The Chapel of St. Morrell for the last four years. They discovered these two […]

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Kids’ Breakfasts From Around The World Put Your Egg McThing To Shame.

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You probably eat the same thing or the same couple of things for breakfast every morning—that is, if you eat breakfast at all. If you do, it might be a rushed affair, especially if you’re not a morning person. Like it or not (I don’t), breakfast is good for you. These kids know what’s up. […]

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The City Of San Francisco Used The Strangest Method To Build Neighborhoods.

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San Francisco dealt with huge issues during the 1970s. Poverty, urban development, and outdated zoning were but a small fraction of problems facing a city bursting at the seams. To ease the problem in November 1974, Dave Glass oversaw the monumental task of moving twelve Victorian houses one mile down the road. This was done to allow […]

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