Bhubaneswar boys invent pens of newspaper to reduce plastics use, internet hearts it
Two Bhubaneswar-based innovators have created eco-friendly pens made with newspapers, vegetables, fruit and flower seeds. Two versions of the use and throw pens were innovated by Prem Panday and Md Ahmad Raza, and are available for sale through a start-up, Likhna.
Prem said that the pens contain a plastic refill but the body has been made with newspaper. They intend to find an alternative to the plastic refill soon.
The internet is pleased with Prem Panday and Md Ahmad Raza’s efforts to reduce the use of plastic and several Twitter users lauded their effort.
Money-carrying truck spills $175,000 in Atlanta, Internet too wants it to rain money
On Tuesday night an armored truck carrying cash on Interstate 285 in Atlanta literally made money rain. The truck’s door sprung open and an approximate amount of Rs 1,19,63,962 (USD 175000) came flying out, according to the Dunwoody Police Department.
While the money was flying over the road, drivers pulled over to collect the cash and those who did not stop, took out their phones to make a video of the havoc created on the road. Meanwhile, the videos shared on Twitter has become fodder for a host of memes.
US man sets off a tirade on how women won’t date him because he’s short, video goes viral
A 45-second video of an angry man lashing out at women and other customers at a bagel shop because of his lack of success on dating sites has gone viral, and in the process, exposed a lot of what’s ugly about contemporary American society.
For those who missed it, on Wednesday, a man visited a location of Bagel Boss in Bay Shore, New York, to get breakfast. According to the manager, a female worker who was serving him smiled, and it set him off on a tirade about women and how nobody wanted to date him because he was too short.