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Craigslist post seeks 'generic father figure' to act as 'BBQ Dad' at cookout

Just in case you need a Dad for Fathers Day...

A group of Washington state roomies are going viral thanks to their Craigslist ad seeking a "generic father figure" to attend their Father's Day weekend barbecue. The ad explains the male roommates, who "range in age from 21-26," are seeking someone to fulfill the role of "BBQ Dad" at their barbecue June 17, the day before Father's Day.

"Duties include:

Grilling hamburgers and hot dogs (whilst drinking beer)

Bringing your own grill (though this is subject to change, we will provide all of the meat)

Refer to all attendees as 'Big Guy,' 'Chief,' 'Sport,' 'Champ,' etc. (while drinking beer)

Talk about dad things like lawnmowers, building your own deck, Jimmy Buffet, etc. Funny anecdotes are highly encouraged. All whilst drinking beer.

Desired experience:

A minimum of 18 years experience as a father

A minimum of 10 years grilling experience

An appreciation of a nice, cold beer on a hot summer day."


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Oreo Cookie Spread Is About to Be Your New Obsession

A March 7, 2012 photo shows a plate of O

The spread comes in a jar with smooth layers of spreadable dark chocolate ganache that's infused with Oreo chocolate biscuits and a layer of milk ganache in between. 

NOM!

It was created in promotion of the #MyOreoCreationContest. A social media contest that lets Oreo lovers submit their idea for the next cookie flavor. And it is FREE! The catch is that it's only available at Dominique Ansel Bakery in New York City on June 10 and June 11.

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Facebook Live introduces closed captions for deaf and hard of hearing users

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This is all of the awesome. 

On Tuesday is adding closed captioning capabilities to Facebook Live, allowing viewers to see automatically generated captions on broadcasts that show up in their News Feeds. To see the captions, both publishers and viewers need to activate the setting. 

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Flight Attendants Reveal Why You Should Never Take Your Shoes Off on a Plane

GROSS!! Gross, gross, gross.

Flight attendants have revealed that taking off your shoes on a plane is the ultimate no-no. They said that plane toilets aren't necessarily properly sanitized in between flights, aside from a quick spray and restock of toilet paper, and the floor is rarely attended to. That liquid on the floor? Yup not water. EW! And it's not just the toilet where shoes are preferable. If someone is sick on a plane, a cleaning crew will come in to deal with it, but instead of cleaning the whole carpet, they'll just spot clean the problem area. Barf.

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