Gravy is a magical thing. It can rescue even the most bland holiday meals. But too much of anything can be a bad thing, even gravy — especially when it’s being blasted from the tiny cannon of a toy boat strapped to a plastic train.
That mad lib sentence will make more sense when you watch the above video. In it, intrepid YouTuber and sauce delivery pioneer William Osman gives in to the apparent demands of his viewers and tries to make a literal gravy train.
A few grocery store and drilling montages later, he has something that is kind of in the same ballpark as the gravy train from Coraline. His version, which uses a toy boat instead of a gravy boat, clearly has more kinks to be worked out. But the resulting mess is fun, and it’s a…
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If you’ve heard any two words this week the most, they are Black Friday. Deals week is upon is and it’s time for Three UK to share its promos. They include price cuts on contracts and smartphones with savings up to £145 on offers ending on Monday, 27.11. Black Friday Deals: SIM Only – 100GB data, unlimited mins and texts just £20 a month (Was £26) iPhone SE – 4GB data, unlimited mins and texts just £20 a month (Save £144) Galaxy S7 Edge – 12GB data, unlimited mins and texts just £36 (Save £145) Huawei P10 Plus – 12GB data, unlimited mins and texts just £39 (Save £79) iPhone 7…
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The discount madness of Black Friday and Cyber Monday is almost upon us, so it’s probably a good time to take a look at what Google Play is offering. There are offers in every category on the Play Store, including movies, apps, games, music, TV, and books. These deals will be available through the end of Monday 27th November in most territories.
Gaming on Android can be an expensive past time, as some of the options are among the most expensive apps on the Play Store.
Here are Google Play’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
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Although robo-advice will contribute to financial inclusion and helps financially less literate households to be able to invest, it is still not a replacement for financial literacy. Investopedia defines robo-advisers as digital platforms which provide automated, algorithm-driven financial planning services with little to no supervision. If this sounds too simple to be true, you share the views of Chris Sacca, a well-known American start-up investor, when he first heard about the first robo-advisor proposition from Betterment back in 2010. “I worry that it’s too simple,” Sacca said. “People don’t always trust it.” Understandably, the words simple and trust are not…
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