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Things We Saw Today: We’ve Reached the Peak of Culinary Engineering With the Frork™

Does stuff always fall out of your burgers when you eat them? It’s the worst, and it feels like you’re not getting your full money’s worth. Cue the infomercial voice: There has to be a better way. McDonald’s has teamed up with Anthony Sullivan to fix the problem of “topping droppings” (ew) with the Frork, a fork made of french fries. “Is this a real problem? Probably not, but we solved it anyway!”

The Frork is more of a joke to carry the actual promotion, “Signature Crafted Recipes” sandwiches which include pico de gallo, maple bacon dijon, and sweet barbecue bacon. They understand it’s a completely superfluous tool, but I’m still laughing at the puns. I think I need a Frork™. (via Paste Magazine)

  • What the heck is an Eeyore? Have you ever wondered how the gloomy donkey got his name while the other Winnie the Pooh characters had names like Piglet, Tigger, and Rabbit? Merriam-Webster is asking the important questions and has an explanation here.
  • “I directed because I couldn’t be heard,” says Barbra Streisand in a candid interview with Variety on sexism and Hollywood.
  • Netflix’s series 13 Reasons Why has added more trigger warnings and resources to their site after criticism from viewers about the way the series handles depictions of suicide. This piece from Slate talks about how school counselors are handling the show’s approach and the conversations it’s staring.
  • Remember high school spirit days like “Crazy Hair Day” or “Pajama Day”? Now there’s a “Meme Day” and you are old. (via Mashable)
  • Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore is headed to Broadway with a play he thinks will hit Trump where it hurts. (via The Hollywood Reporter)

Finally, check out this maternity shoot with some gorgeous Disney princesses! (via Fashionably Geek)

That’s what we saw today folks, how was your Monday?

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