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VIDEO: Want to learn how to deep fry water?

A Massachusetts man has come up with a bizarre new culinary innovation, as he figures out how to deep fry water for the 'Stupid Hackathon'.

  • Woman Walks Naked Through Town After Emerging From Tanning Salon

    The woman was captured on camera emerging from a tanning salon in Newquay, Cornwall, after a bronzing session, wearing nothing and carrying only a towel. Amy Martin, who snapped a picture of the woman, spotted her outside her workplace at Burger King. Ms Martin later spoke to the owner of a nearby tanning salon who said the woman had been a customer.

    Yahoo News
  • Canadian shoppers feel duped by U.S. mall's at-par promotion

    Several Canadian shoppers are crying foul, saying a U.S. mall misled them when it offered "at par" sales this past long weekend. Some of the cross-border shoppers did not like what they saw and took to social media to vent. The mall's social media team responded to some upset shoppers, adding it apologized for the confusion.

    CBC
  • San Diego Gay Men's Chorus wants Padres to rehire ousted DJ

    DJ ArtForm, the Petco Park DJ, was fired after his mistake Saturday night embarrassed the chorus.

    Big League Stew
  • Smoke, cockpit woes signal chaotic end for EgyptAir plane

    Leaked flight data showing trouble in the cockpit and smoke in a plane lavatory are bringing into focus the chaotic final moments of EgyptAir Flight 804, including a three-minute period before contact was lost as alarms on the Airbus 320 screeched one after another. Egypt is leading a multi-nation effort to search for the plane's black boxes — the flight data and cockpit voice recorders — and other clues that could help explain its sudden plunge into the sea. The Facebook page of the chief spokesman for Egypt's military showed the first photographs of debris from the plane, shredded remains of plane seats, life jackets — one seemingly undamaged — and a scrap of cloth that might be part of a baby's purple-and-pink blanket.

    The Canadian Press
  • Man Has Melon-Sized Tumour Removed After Living With It For 24 Years

    Ian Crown’s tumour is believed to be the third largest of its kind in the world, and the 66-year-old lived with it for 24 years before finally having it removed. The lump, weighing a whopping 1.2kg, started growing in 1992 but Ian said it became “a part of him” and he learned to live with it.

    Yahoo News
  • Ex-Canada PM Harper to quit politics, go into business: source

    Former Conservative Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who lost power last October after almost a decade in office, will leave politics later this year and go into business, a Conservative source said on Wednesday. Harper, 57, stepped down as party leader in the wake of his defeat by the Liberals of Justin Trudeau in the Oct 19 election. "He will go into a global business venture.

    Reuters
  • Man Offers Six-Month Trip Of A Lifetime To Anyone Who Can Care For His Injured Girlfriend

    Jeremie Tronet is willing to cover the cost of flights, food, excursions and even kite surfing lessons to a person who can help out his girlfriend, who suffered an horrific accident. Tronet posted the offer on his Facebook page after his girlfriend fell three metres down a concrete ditch and and fractured her femur and hip. Zoe Schaffer-Jennett was flown to Martinique for her emergency surgery, which lasted four hours, and is now making a recovery.

    Yahoo News
  • Phillies steal home by using the oldest trick in the book

    The Phillies stole home by catching the Tigers with one of baseball's oldest tricks.

    Big League Stew
  • Jalen Rose boasts about Toronto's transit system during ESPN broadcast

    Apparently, Rose, now an analyst with ESPN, has fond memories of the city’s transit system.

    Eh Game
  • Microsoft Faces Criticism After Sneaky Windows Upgrade ‘Trick’

    Microsoft said: “With the free Windows 10 upgrade offer ending on 29 July, we want to help people upgrade to the best version of Windows. "As we shared in October, Windows 10 will be offered as a ‘recommended’ update for Windows 7 and 8.1 customers whose Windows Update settings are configured to accept 'recommended’ updates.

    Yahoo News
  • How often do newly married couples have sex?

    Tue, May 24: Jessica O’Reilly explains why some newly married couples have sex more often than others.

    Global News
  • Yep, the Shirt Under a Dress Thing Is Really Happening (23 photos)

    Even 12 years after Sex and the City concluded, Sarah Jessica Parker is still turning heads with her fashion-forward sartorial choices. Last night, SJP wore a look straight from Valentino’s fall/winter 2016 runway, which paired a navy blue shirt under a transparent plastic-studded dress. This trend of wearing a shirt under a dress has been gaining momentum lately, and Sarah’s look last night solidified it. The look’s also been spotted on the runway at both Kenzo and Jacquemus’ fall/winter shows and on model Kendall Jenner. But, now that SJP’s worn it, you know it’s the real deal and the trend is here to stay. Ahead, shop our looks and see how you can get a jumpstart on the trend this summer. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.

    Julie Tong
  • Shooting leaves man dead, woman injured in Ottawa's 8th homicide of 2016

    Ottawa police continue to search for Jonathan Ranger — whom investigators say should be considered armed and dangerous — in connection to the Tuesday night shooting of his former girlfriend and another man. A woman in her 20s — Katrina Galloway — and 30-year-old Nicholas Kim were both shot and taken to hospital by paramedics.

    CBC
  • 9 facts you may not have known about dandelions

    Dandelions are sprouting up all around Manitoba while city officials and homeowners try to find ways to deal with the yellow blooms.

    CBC
  • These Brothers Are Now Sisters After Coming Out As Trans At The Same Time

    Bartender Jamie O’Herlihy, 23, and hairdressing student Chloe O'Herlihy, 20, kept their gender issues a secret from everyone for their entire lives. Just days later both brothers had come out as trans and, with the pair both planning to go under the knife for gender reassignment surgery, they are sharing their story in the hope of inspiring others to be true to themselves.

    Yahoo News
  • Dog Owner Documents Hilarious ‘Whodunnit’ Over Pillow Chaos Found In His House

    One Imgur user woke up one morning to find their home covered in a light dusting of feathers; what had happened here? Had a hapless bird met a feathery end? 

    Yahoo News
  • Trudeau has further to fall. Much further

    Where exactly do we begin here? It was quite a week for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. At least we no longer have to keep asking “How much longer will this honeymoon period continue?” But now the question becomes: "How much worse will things get?” This is the problem with placing public figures on a pedestal and treating them as untouchable. They soar pretty high. It’s a nice perch to look down from while you’re up there. But the higher they go, the further they have to fall. This is certainly the case with Trudeau now. I wrote back in the fall that voters might want to think twice before handing over the keys to a G8 nation to someone whose pre-Parliament resume consists mostly of dropping out

    Toronto Sun q
  • Could You Eat This 10,000 Calorie Chicken Feast In 45 Minutes?

    This mammoth chicken dish is so huge that it packs around five times the recommended daily calorie intake - but there is a cash prize if you can finish it. Now chefs at Huckleberry’s restaurant in Darlington, County Durham, have opened up the challenge to the general public to see if anyone can actually complete it.

    Yahoo News
  • Flowers removed from slain Okanagan teen's memorial bench after 5 years

    For the past 5 years Charrie Fitcher has been coming to a lakeside memorial bench in Peachland, B.C. to celebrate the life of her daughter Ashlee Hyatt. Hyatt died at the age of 16 after she was stabbed during a fight outside a Peachland house party in 2010. Since the memorial bench was installed, Fitcher and her family have been adorning it with plastic flowers, attaching them with plastic zap-straps.

    CBC
  • Did an artist foretell the iPhone 350 years ago? Apple’s CEO seems to think so

    In his presentation at Startup Fest, Cook mentioned he had recently visited the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. From his perspective, Cook says he noticed the man, apparently, holding something flat, rectangular and big enough to fit in a person’s palm. From a distance, Cook says, the item could certainly pass as an iPhone.

    The Daily Buzz