Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino Officially Exists

Starbucks is jumping on the unicorn bandwagon! Its made with pink powder that's blended into a crème Frapp with mango syrup, it's layered with a sour blue powder topping. It starts as a purple drink with swirls of blue and a fruity and sweet taste, but once you give it a stir, it turns pink, and the flavor evolves to tangy and tart. Make sure you get one fast because they are only available until April 23rd.

  But make sure you stir it because if you don't.....

McDonald's Szechuan Sauce From 1998 Just Sold for $14K on Ebay

A 20-year-old dipping sauce from McDonald's sold for $14,700 after a mention in the show "Rick and Morty." The listing read "I just bought a really old car, while cleaning it I found a packet of this sauce. After watching the recent episode of Rick and Morty I went online to see if it was worth anything. Turns out it was. Also this comes with a packet of wasabi as well." Yuk.

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Ikea Might Open a Standalone Restaurant

Bring on the Swedish meatballs! 

Ikea, known for its home furnishings and Swedish meatballs, is considering opening a standalone restaurant after finding data that showed 30% of Ikea Food customers weren't coming to shop at all...they were solely interested in the dining options. They decided to do this after raking in about $1.8 billion in worldwide food sales in 2016. 

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You Can Soon Look for Your First and Last Name on Coke Bottles

Coca-Cola is reintroducing its popular “Share a Coke” campaign and renaming it as “Share an ICE COLD Coke”. Customers will be able to look for their first OR last names on 20-oz. Coke bottles. They also expanded the number of flavors available with the names on them to include Coca-Cola Life and Cherry Coke. The names had already appeared on Coca-Cola, Diet Coke and Coke Zero in the past.

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THIS CAMPAIGN PROMOTES PET ADOPTION THROUGH BRILLIANT OPTICAL ILLUSION PHOTOS

This is amazing! 

To promote a recent pet adoption event, the Mumbai, India-based group World For All commissioned a visual campaign aimed at encouraging families to find a place in their lives for a pet. The pictures are optical illusions, showing people framed in such a way that they form the shape of pet in the empty space between them, along with the simple tagline:

"There's always room for more. Adopt."

LOVE.

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