Shocking stories from Whole Foods include more than just the price of the items they sell. The health food grocery giant is a major player in the industry, appearing in numerous locations across the United States as well as the occasional "things white people like" meme. Whole Foods is a favorite food shopping place for many and was a big catalyst in making organic, health-focused food a new way of life for plenty of consumers. Even Walmart has taken a cue from their model. But Whole Foods behind the scenes is a bit different from the fresh cut flowers and colorful salad bar that greet customers inside. Led by CEO John Mackey, the company has a reputation for using questionable methods to get ahead and stay ahead in business. Stories from Whole Foods employees make the company's views on
Of all possible awkward occasions, awkward bikini wax moments probably induce the most cringing. Anyone who's endured a wax themselves knows how strange it can get. Waxes already bring about some awkwardness—you've got your genitals on show to a stranger in all their overgrown glory. But you add the possibility for every single bodily fluid under the sun to get involved and things can get pretty ugly. At the very least, it's minorly uncomfortable for everyone involved. At its worst, it's total carnage. These bikini wax horror stories come straight from Reddit, where bikini waxers themselves bare it all, no pun intended. If you ever wanted to ask your waxer in the middle of a session what their worst day at work was, but felt too embarrased to ask, Reddit has you covered. Poop, tampons,
As selfie culture has exploded in the last several years, it seems inevitable that crime scene selfies would work their way into news and social feeds. But could anyone have predicted murder selfies? It seems like the last thing someone guilty of murder should do, but there are plenty of killers who took selfies before, during, and after committing their crimes. The reasons given for snapping these photos are both clear and complete mysteries, as you will see in these 15 stories of murderers who took selfies.
History class is tough - there are lots of dates and names to remember. But when you're making historical movies, you'd think Hollywood would do some fact checking. Not all films, even if they are historical films about real historical figures and actual historical events, actually honor that history. On this list, films from all decades are revealed as having botched the reality of supposed non-fiction and reminded audiences that it was just a Hollywood flick. From Foxcatcher to Hotel Rwanda, and even 1915's The Birth of a Nation, many films feature blatant errors and historical inaccuracies that will annoy more than just the average history buff. While George Clooney spiced up the third act of Good Night, and Good Luck, its timeline and the implications of that timeline are way off base.
What is the lottery? Times are tough, money is tight, and we’ve all thought about how amazing it might be to win the lottery. Few things are more American than the hope of winning millions of dollars for doing zero work, right? Lottery winners are living the American dream! However, the lottery has become an increasingly polarizing concept over the years. To a select minority, winning the lottery has proven to be a stroke of good fortune; for others it has led to financial ruin. For some winners, the money is put to good use and helps them get a step up in life. However, while these stories do exist, there are just as many other lottery winner stories that will make you want to never buy a ticket in the first place. So like all things, the lottery has its good elements as well as i
The world changed on September 11, 2001, when terrorists attacked the World Trade Center, forever altering America. Due to the violent impact the event had on the nation, it can be easy to forget the first terrorist attack on New York's iconic Twin Towers: the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. The first World Trade Center attack happened almost a decade prior to the attacks of 2001, but the two terrorist plots are linked in several ways. The 1993 attack on the World Trade Center can be looked at as a sort of trial run to 9/11. The goal - to topple the Twin Towers - was the same, as was the motivation and international power behind it. In fact, some of the very same individuals who plotted the 1993 attack managed to maintain their freedom long enough to be involved in 9/11. The 1993 a