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Things We Saw Today: A Rose That Will Never Die

Things We Saw Today

In case you’re going to be buying roses for someone tomorrow, but you find yourself in 12 different stores that are bereft of roses, Instructables has an excellent, simple solution for you: roses made out of duct tape. Also good for people who don’t want to receive roses because after a while, they smell and die. Chocolate, however, is edible and delicious! (via Neatorama)

In case you wanted to see the Justice League as children, adorable and reading books, here you are! By Yale Stewart.

  • Similarly, if you’ve always wanted to see Batman characters as chess pieces, you can have that, too!
  • Angelina Jolie has confirmed that she’ll be taking on the titular role in Disney‘s Maleficent, in which she will probably be deliciously evil. (via Screen Rant)
  • Etsy shop YellowBugBoutique is selling these pillows made to look like they are made with the uniforms from Star Trek: The Original Series. It would be exactly like resting your head on Captain Kirk’s chest — just don’t rip it! (via Global Geek News)

    Sad news: David Kelly, the Irish actor best known for his roles in Waking Ned Devine and, more recently, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, has passed away. He was 82. (via Empire)

    Also from Empire, that story about Bill Murray “shredding” the script for Ghostbusters 3 out of anger is probably not true. At least according to someone who knows him very well: Dan Aykroyd. Also discussed: a possible return for the retired Rick Moranis.

  • Hunger Games fans might be interested in The Girl Who Was On Fire: Movie Edition, a collection of analytical essays about the amazing book trilogy, leading up to the movie release next month. Next month, you guys. (via Smart Pop Books)
  • Finally: Mattel is going to try to make Back to the Future-style hoverboards for us. We’re not going to try to stop them. (via Nerd Bastards)

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