Netflix has just announced the shows that will be removed from the lineup in April (there are 47) as well as the ones that will be added. Cue the binge watching….now.
Leaving in April:
28 Hotel Rooms Annie Astonishing X-Men: Dangerous Astonishing X-Men: Torn Astonishing X-Men: Unstoppable Baby Genius: A Trip to the San Diego Zoo Baby Genius: Animal Adventures Chalet Girl Clue Color Splash Collection: Collection 1 Coneheads Friday the 13th Friday the 13th: Part 2 Friday the 13th: Part 3 Friday the 13th: Part 4: The Final Chapter Friday the 13th: Part 6: Jason Lives Friday the 13th: Part 8: Jason Takes Manhattan Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Get Shorty Good Morning, Vietnam Guess Who Inventing the Abbotts Jane Eyre Jeepers Creepers Jeepers Creepers 2 Les Miserables Madeline Miral Murder by Numbers Mystic Pizza Mystic River Peewee’s Big Adventure Philadelphia Reindeer Games Sense and Sensibility Shadow of the Vampire Taking Lives The Amityville Horror The Cable Guy The Karate Kid The Karate Kid Part II The Karate Kid Part III The Quick and the Dead The Whole Nine Yards
Breaking up is not easy, but now we have the story of one ex-girlfriend who just couldn’t let her love die. She jumped into a river to try to force her ex to save her. What she didn’t count on was that his current girlfriend would do the same, forcing him to choose between the two love-stricken ladies.
In the end, he chose to save his current girlfriend and called his brother to save the ex. Awww young love. Personally, I would’ve just pushed him into the river. Read the full story here.
The debate over whether you hang your toilet paper “over” or “under” is one of those chicken-and-egg things that people will argue about until the end of time.
If you somehow don’t know about the debate, it’s based on the two possible ways you can hang toilet paper on a roll.In the “over” position, the paper hangs to the front. In the “under” position, the paper hangs to the back. People have been arguing FOREVER over which way is “right.” But not anymore.A writer just dug up the original patent for the toilet paper roll from 1891. It’s by an inventor named Seth Wheeler, and it actually ANSWERS THE QUESTION, once and for all.In the patent drawing, the roll is in the “over” position. So THAT’S your definitive answer.
The Ford GT supercar will be the US automaker’s priciest vehicle ever when it goes on sale next year.Ford hasn’t announced the price but says it will be comparable to the Lamborghini Aventador which costs around $400,000.Ford revealed the 600-horsepower, carbon fiber GT at the Detroit auto show in January.The automaker plans to make 250 GTs per year after the car goes on sale in the second half of 2016.