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Choose the news 10/20/17

Taco Bell Finally Brought Its Kit Kat Quesadilla to America

Last year, Taco Bell created a quesadilla stuffed with KIT KATS.  But for some reason, they only sold it in England, which seemed like a terrible business decision.  Well they’ve FINALLY fixed that.

Taco Bell is now officially testing the Kit Kat “Chocoladilla” here in the United States.

From what we’ve heard, it’s only available at some stores in Wisconsin . . . but if it’s successful there, I’d expect to see it everywhere soon.

(Brand Eating

Stupid New Fashion Alert: “Thong Jeans” Are Jeans That Are Cut Up So Much They Basically Don’t Cover Anything

It feels like 2017 has seen more fashion designers make STUPID JEANS than any other year combined.  We’ve seen totally crotchless jeans . . . jeans with a buttcrack exposing zipper . . . and “double jeans” that look like one pair tucked into another.

And here’s the latest.  A fashion designer in Japan just debuted “thong jeans.”  It looks like she took a pair of jeans and basically cut out the ENTIRE legs and crotch area.

So all that’s left is the waistband, the cuffs around the ankles, a few straps of denim connecting them, and, of course, a tiny strip of denim that looks like a thong.  If you really want them, you’re basically just a pair of scissors away.

We’re Bored at Work For at Least 10 Hours Every Week

There’s a difference between doing boring stuff at work and being bored at work.  Doing boring stuff IS work.  Being bored at work means you need more boring stuff to do.  And there’s your uplifting message of the day.

According to a new survey, the average person says they’re bored at work for at least 10-and-a-half hours every WEEK.  That’s more than two hours a day.

Our bosses know we’re not totally stimulated all the time, but they don’t think it’s THAT bad.  The average manager says their employees are only bored six hours a week.

So what do people do to kill that time?  Some of the answers they gave are:  Watching videos online . . . daydreaming . . . cleaning their desk . . . doodling . . . pretending to work . . . and looking for other jobs.

(PR Newswire)

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