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PETA Has Uncaged The Animal Crackers Animals
Ladies and gentlemen, step right up for the oddest animal-rights story you've heard for nearly ten minutes! You know about the movement to have chickens be raised cage-free, well now you can finally sleep at night because the animals in Barnum's Animals Crackers are also now cage-free! I mean, the lion is definitely going to kill the zebra and giraffe, and the ape and elephant should have an epic battle. Thanks, PETA!
Starbucks' Pumpkin Spice Latte Returns Next Week
Who's ready to get BASIC? The abomination that was originally called the "Fall Harvest Latte" will return to stores on August 28th, almost a month before Autumn actually shows up.
Source: People Magazine
The Never Ending Pasta Pass From Olive Garden Returns...With a Twist
Olive Garden is once again daring us to pasta ourselves to death by offering the Never-Ending Pasta Pass for sale, where you can get unlimited food for eight weeks for just $100...if you can even get a pass (they tend to instantly sell out). They've upped their game this year by adding a YEAR-LONG Never-Ending Pasta Pass for $300. Lawdamercy. The passes go on sale at PastaPass.com Thursday (8/23) at 1pm Central.
Source: Elite Daily
Miss Out On Girl Scout Cookies? Aldi Has Your Back (and your belly)
Aldi shoppers like myself already know about this, but if you're not in the Know and crave Girl Scout Cookies year-round, all you have to do is stop by Aldi (preferably in the Girl Scouts' off-season) and buy their knockoffs.
Source: Business Insider
Pop Tarts Cereal Is Coming Back
If you're less than a quarter-century old, you might not remember that one year that Pop Tarts had a cereal. It went so well that they discontinued the cereal after a year. But since nostalgia is all the rage now, Pop Tarts cereal is back with Frosted Strawberry and Frosted Brown Sugar Cinnamon flavors. You'll have to wait until next year, but then again you've been waiting since 1994, so what's another year?