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Talk about street meat! It’s everything you ever wanted, that is, if everything you ever wanted was to live in a giant hot dog on wheels.
Here are 10 useful tips to help curb your lamp’s nasty habit of trying to trip you. All those stray cords are just an accident waiting to happen.
Speaking of lamps, have you ever thought, “Mmm, that lamp looks good enough to eat!” No? Maybe you’ll change your mind once you discover the wonderful world of bread lamps.
This British Columbia family got more than they bargained for in their new home when they discovered more than 150 bats living in the attic. As if you didn’t have enough reasons to fear things going bump in the night.
Millennials from across the world are taking their love of avocados to the next level by booking a night in this unique avo-condo.
Relive your favourite scenes from one of the world’s most iconic sitcoms with your very own “Friends”-themed furniture. No one told us life was going to be this way!
The perfect vacation for any nostalgia lover: take a trip ripped straight from the pages of an Agatha Christie novel in one of these stunning trains.
Thanks to this new line of luxury tents, glamping has never been more comfortable. Whether it’s hanging from a tree, floating down a stream, or sleeping on the boring old ground, this tent will take your trips to the next level.
Homeownership might be something worth adding to your Tinder profile. According to this latest survey, more and more millennials are finding their special someone based off common property aspirations.
NHL forward Phil Kessel may have the loneliest home theatre setup in the world. In front of a 120-inch movie screen sits a single chair that doesn’t recline. There isn’t even a side table for his hot dogs!
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