Amazon Sells a Cell Phone Specifically Designed to Be Smuggled in Your Rectum
Ever wondered how people smuggle cell phones into prison, even with DEEP body cavity searches and metal detectors? Here’s how: They go to Amazon.There’s a tiny cell phone for sale on Amazon for $34 that, basically, is designed to be smuggled inside of a rectum. It’s about the size of a double-A battery, it weighs less than an ounce, and it’s 99% plastic to avoid setting off metal detectors.
We now have a new definition of butt dialing.
Screens Don’t Ruin Your Sleep . . . Even Without Them, You’d Still Sleep Poorly
We’ve been told over and over that it’s TERRIBLE for us to stare at screens before we go to bed and they’re hurting our sleep. And it’s true. But here’s the twist: A new study found that even if we DIDN’T have screens, we’d still sleep terribly.
Researchers from Duke University studied people’s sleep in a remote farming village in Madagascar that doesn’t have electricity or artificial light. And they found the people actually slept LESS than people in the United States.
The researchers say that whether it’s stress, noise, having a lot on your mind, or any other distraction, there’s no one secret to good sleep or one cause of bad sleep.
Eight Slang Words Teenagers Use
“USA Today” posted a list of dumb slang words teenagers use, and what they mean. You probably know a few of them. Like, “throwing shade” is when you insult someone or make fun of them. But here are eight you might not know . . .
1. “Lit.” It doesn’t mean you’re drunk or wasted anymore. It means something’s cool. Like, “That party was lit.”
2. “Turnt.” It can mean two things. You’re either really hyped about something, or you’re ON something. Sometimes it’s used like a synonym for “effed up.”
3. “Clap back.” It’s when you respond with a clever comeback. Like, “He kept teasing me, but he wasn’t expecting me to clap back.”
4. “Thirsty.” It means you’re desperate, especially when it comes to dating.
5. “Fire.” Kids use it as an adjective now. It basically means something’s hot. Like, “That new song is straight fire.”
6. “Woke.” It’s like the opposite of being ignorant. If you’re “woke,” it means you’re smart and pay attention.
7. The letter “V.” It’s short for “very.” Like instead of saying your friend is “very good” at something, you just say, “She’s V good.”
8. “Sus.” It’s short for suspicious or suspect. Like, “I’m not surprised he lied to you. I told you he was sus.”