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Pumpkin Spice Scented Mask, Influencer Jail Hotel, $12,000 Grapes, and Other Rabbit Holes

Welcome to pumpkin spice season, now available in Men. (McSweeneys)

For all you sociopaths who enjoy pumpkin spice everything, here’s a list of products for you, including pumpkin spice scented Poo-Pourri. (USA Today)

This 107-year-old French pianist who just released an album said she turned to music because her mother was “severe and unloving.” Moral of the story, be mean to your kids. (NPR)

I know I’ve said before that some influencers belong in jail but I didn’t mean this kind of jail. (Daily Dot)

In 1998, these unsung heroes got a tattoo of a young boy wearing a sombrero while riding a corn on the cob rocket ship in exchange for free Mexican food for life. (SFGate)

I don’t mean to be a buzzkill but it could have taken half the time, effort, and struggle to save this goat if the person just stopped filming and helped.

I don’t get why it’s such a big deal that these Japanese Ruby Roman grapes sold for $12,000. That’s how much regular grapes cost at Whole Foods in LA. (Business Insider)

Cute cats and Benedict Cumberbatch? Color me… ambivalent. (The Wrap)

I’m late to the Ted Lasso party (though in my defense I’m Persian and late to every party) and will be enjoying Richmond Til We Die: A Ted Lasso Podcast in between binging. (Plex)

In case you need even more – which you definitely do – there is a whole page dedicated to all things Lasso on The Gist. (The Gist)

This pasta skewer is exactly why Italians hate us. (TikTok)

Detroit’s North End got a glow-up thanks to BLKOUT Walls mural festival. (My Modern Met)

The Fugees are back on tour for the 25th anniversary of The Score. Teenage me is fangirling right now wishing she could hit up all the places they’re playing live. (Popsugar)

But adult me is not going anywhere and listening to their greatest hits instead. (Plex)

There’s no way in hell this tiny little grocery robot can carry 5 days worth of groceries. As the great Elf once said, “you sit on a throne of lies.” (Core77)

We all owe Al Gore an apology. If we’d listened to him maybe we wouldn’t be covering our precious trees with tin foil like they’re leftover brownies. (New York Times)

Never too early to plan your Halloween haunted road trip. (Real Simple)

This is wrong but somehow the original CROC is still uglier.

The 30 best mobster movies ranked because you never know when this information will come in handy. (The Guardian)

The best thing about the new Super Mario Brothers movie starring Chris Pratt and Anya Taylor Joy is the Twitter reactions. (Nerdist)

I can definitely see myself taking an edible and watching the Muppets Haunted Mansion with my son. (Pajiba)

Chinese citizens can now tattle on companies that violate new gaming restrictions such as allowing kids under the age of 18 to play games on weekdays. (The Gamer)

The Little Car Company is banking on dumb, rich parents to buy this $120,000 toy Aston Martin car from James Bond that is not even road legal. Joke’s on them. I may be dumb, but not rich. Will wait for it to come on clearance at Target. (Jalopnik)

Here’s the heartwarming clip.

Plex has blessed us with this adorable movie, Amelie, which I will watch as soon as I’m caught up with Ted Lasso. (Plex)

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These judges have some balls giving professional cliff divers less than a perfect 10. Seriously, who do they think they are. They’re jumping off a cliff and you’re sitting at a desk.

There are 807,000 miles of undersea cables connecting the globe. I cannot wrap my head around this. How do they get underwater to do this? I’m not kidding. What sorcery is all this? (Vice)

Behold, the horniest 10 second clip known to man.

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Orly Minazad is freelance writer and regrets it every day of her life. She moved to the States from Iran in 1991 with her family seeking better opportunities only to waste them earning a Masters in Professional Writing degree from USC which no longer exists, cost a lot of money and for which she has nothing to show. No, she is not bitter at all. Why do you ask? Oh you didn't, ok. She lives with her husband and son in Los Angeles where she spends the day loading and unloading the dishwasher.

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