Last week, a Florida bride and her caterer were arrested after allegedly spiking the wedding lasagna with marijuana, sending some of the guests to the hospital. Since then, bodycam video taken on the night of the wedding, in February, was released (see below), showing police questioning the bride and groom (who deny knowing anything), and confiscating the food.
Thanks to Nerdist, I've learned that a company called "Manly Bands" — yes really — has teamed up with DC Comics for a special collection of superhero-themed wedding bands. And also one for the Joker (which seems like it would be a red flag, given his abuse and torment of Harley Quinn). Curiously, the collection… READ THE REST
Someone paid $2500 this week for a hunk of stale wedding cake left over from the 1981 royal wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana. Dominic Winter Auctioneers, which sold off the, er, collectible, states that there were apparently 23 official royal wedding cakes and this slab came from royal staff cake. Moyra Smith, one… READ THE REST
Last week in the city of Etawah, Western Uttar Pradesh, India, a bride named Surabhi reportedly died of a heart attack just as her wedding ceremony began. Shortly after, Surabhi's sister married the groom, and following the wedding ritual, last rites were held for Surabhi. From News18: "We did not know what to do in… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. From watches to earbuds to computers, Apple products are some of the most dependable on the market, especially for working professionals. But with that reliability comes pretty gnarly price tags. And while… READ THE REST
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Nearly a year after the industry-recognized TIOBE Index anointed Python as the world's no. 1 most used programming language, it appears that Python use has only continued to expand its already impressive grip. "It is… READ THE REST