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  1. Your Dreams Are Coming True, North America Is Getting Its First Cat Cafe

    They're all going to be French cats, but don't let that put you off.

    We just told you about the amazing new "cat cafe" phenomenon in Japan, where you pay a set fee to hang out in a giant room full of cats (and drink tea or something, I guess, but that's not what matters here). But before you start buying plane tickets, get excited, because North America is getting its first-ever cat cafe this summer!

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  2. Because People Are Terrible, Here is a Nazi-Themed Cafe in Indonesia

    Because, um... because people suck, I guess?

    Because people will do anything for money, one Henry Mulyana has opened a Nazi-themed cafe in the Indonesian city of Bandung. An entire wall is decorated with swastikas and Hitler memorabilia, and the staff are asked to wear SS uniforms (Yep, those pictures at the top are the inspiration and the modern cafe, waitstaff out front in the latter). Which means someone thought it was a good idea to open this place, other people actually took jobs in which they dress like Nazis on a daily basis, and enough people frequent such an establishment as to keep it open for two years and counting. And here I was getting all optimistic and idealistic about the human race.

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  3. Board Game Café Opens, Segregates Your Technology

    Snakes and Lattes, a Toronto café, combines board games, sippy drinks and a relaxing atmosphere. Oh, it also supports practices that many people strived to overcome throughout history. Just, you know, against modern technology. The puntastic café, owned by Ben Castanie and Aurelia Peynet, opened yesterday in Toronto's Koreatown with a couple gimmicks.

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  4. Pop-Tarts Opens Times Square Store and Cafe: “Pop-Tarts Sushi” on Menu

    This morning, the world changed. It changed because within it, a smaller, more horrifying world was birthed out of the ooze -- a Pop-Tarts World, to be exact. Food company Kellogg's opened the snack food's flagship Times Square location today at 8:30AM, a 3,000 square foot monstrosity filled with "interactive Pop-Tarts-inspired features."

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