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‘Game of Thrones’ star Isaac Hempstead Wright explains Bran Stark’s intense stare

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Bran Stark’s intense stare has landed quite a lot of attention with the return of Game of Thrones, but although the Three Eyed Raven might be a deep thinker, it all comes down to a lack of glasses. 

Actor Isaac Hempstead Wright chatted to Jimmy Kimmel on Wednesday about his role, one he’s had since he was ten years old. And yes, he knows about the attention his creepy stare is getting.

“I’m getting good at this kind of intense stare, but it’s actually aided by the fact that I’m…

Watch in delight as these cats keep their owner company while he makes French toast

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Jun Yoshizuki has the purr-fect recipe for French toast: a crusty baguette, eggs, a splash of milk, and a couple of captivated cats.

As Yoshizuki cooks himself a delicious French toast breakfast — complete with a very tasty looking cup of coffee — his feline friends stare on. Sometimes they get up to get a closer look at what he’s doing, but for the most part they seem content just sitting.

This charming breakfast scene is just about the best thing you could watch to get you in the…

Watch in delight as these cats keep their owner company while he makes French toast

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Jun Yoshizuki has the purr-fect recipe for French toast: a crusty baguette, eggs, a splash of milk, and a couple of captivated cats.

As Yoshizuki cooks himself a delicious French toast breakfast — complete with a very tasty looking cup of coffee — his feline friends stare on. Sometimes they get up to get a closer look at what he’s doing, but for the most part they seem content just sitting.

This charming breakfast scene is just about the best thing you could watch to get you in the…

This turkey optical illusion will make your head spin

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This Thanksgiving how-to might give you a headache.

Redditor u/Dently stumbled across the mindblowing video uploaded in 2015 and posted it to r/videos. 

“Found this freaky optical illusion while watching a cooking video,” they wrote. “Stare at the center of the brine until the scene changes.”

If you look into the swirling brine before the next shot, you’ll see the turkey’s skin start to spin too. It’s wild. 

Other Redditors…

This turkey optical illusion will make your head spin

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This Thanksgiving how-to might give you a headache.

Redditor u/Dently stumbled across the mindblowing video uploaded in 2015 and posted it to r/videos. 

“Found this freaky optical illusion while watching a cooking video,” they wrote. “Stare at the center of the brine until the scene changes.”

If you look into the swirling brine before the next shot, you’ll see the turkey’s skin start to spin too. It’s wild. 

Other Redditors…

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Are you obligated to talk in the UberPOOL?

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Shared rides on Uber and Lyft are a fairly easy way to save some cash on your Saturday night trip home. There’s just one caveat: While you are sitting in the car, one or two other people — strangers — are sitting in the car, too. What’s more, they might want to talk to you.

Are you obligated to talk to them?

Of course, people with different propensities for socializing will probably have different answers to this question. And if your fellow rider tries to strike up a convo, answering is…

Are you obligated to talk in the UberPOOL?

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Shared rides on Uber and Lyft are a fairly easy way to save some cash on your Saturday night trip home. There’s just one caveat: While you are sitting in the car, one or two other people — strangers — are sitting in the car, too. What’s more, they might want to talk to you.

Are you obligated to talk to them?

Of course, people with different propensities for socializing will probably have different answers to this question. And if your fellow rider tries to strike up a convo, answering is…

Meet the print artist plastering the streets of London with bold messages that deal with life, love, and grief

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Annie Nicholson and I met in her studio to talk about how she uses grief in her art to elicit a kind of powerful vulnerability that can completely disarm you as you stare at it. For her, the goal is to use that universal sense of pain we all feel about life and death and try and bridge the growing gaps between us. Read more…

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Meet the print artist plastering the streets of London with bold messages that deal with life, love, and grief

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Annie Nicholson and I met in her studio to talk about how she uses grief in her art to elicit a kind of powerful vulnerability that can completely disarm you as you stare at it. For her, the goal is to use that universal sense of pain we all feel about life and death and try and bridge the growing gaps between us. Read more…

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The world is a terrible place but at least the ‘What the Fluff’ challenge exists

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Does the news cycle make you depressed? Are you exhausted from following the cesspit that is current events? Does being on social media fill you with existential dread that only wholesome animals can cure?  

The “What the Fluff?” challenge is the most pure thing on the internet right now — yes, the world is a bleak, terrible place but at least there are adorably puzzled pets out there. For the challenge, pet owners confuse their furry children by holding up a blanket to hide, then…