Ive been following the story of an innocent little rubber ducky that someone decided to place at a gas station in Wisconsin. They posted about it to a fan page for that chain of gas stations. And before I move on, yes having a fan club for a gas station chain is odd, but it's the middle of butt-frick nowhere Wisconsin, give us a break. Well either way, ever since then people have started finding the duck and then hiding it at a different gas station of the same chain and telling people where to find it. It's become a state-wide thing, and Tm sure this duck has traveled 1000's of miles in strangers cars to reach its new destination. And I gotta say playing state-wide hide n go seek with a rubbery ducky, is wholesome af. HARD SELTZER
BUGGED A "Power Ranger" has spent 2 hrs a day helping Tokyo subway riders lug heavy packages and baby strollers up the station stairs, as it has no elevators nor escalators. He said: "Japanese people find it hard to accept help, they feel obligated to the other person, so the mask really helps me out. When I first began, people basically said 'Get away from me, you weirdo', Now they still think I'm weird but in a good way."