Inventor Creates Pill That Makes Your Farts Smell Of Chocolate


A French inventor claims to have created a pill that will make your farts smell of chocolate.

He’s called Christian Poincheval, and he’s about to change the breaking wind game forever. The 65-year-old says that he came up with the idea during a dinner where he and some friends had stomach problems, and none of them wanted to drop the ball.

He explained: “We were at the table with friends and after a hearty meal, our farts were so smelly we nearly suffocated. Something had to be done.”


Brilliant. And after already inventing a pill that make farts smell of roses, the chocolate one is available just in time for Christmas.

Finally, farting in a lift won’t just be pleasurable for you alone. Everyone can now enjoy your flatulence.

You lot try it first though, cheers.




Giving Testicular Exams in Public for Charity


Simple Pickup hit the streets to fondle some men in order to raise some awareness for testicular cancer. With help from their attractive “nurse” Marissa, several men were felt up and checked for lumps, and for each person that agreed, Simple Pickup donated $100 to the Movember charity. Just remember, you can perform testicular exams on your own, but I’m pretty sure most of us would just rather let her do it.




Introducing Snapcash!

If it feels like your money keeps disappearing, this won’t help.

Snapchat has announced a partnership with mobile payments service Square to introduce Snapcash, a payments feature that lets you transfer money between accounts on the ephemeral photo-sharing platform.

Square will handle the actual cash movements in the new feature, which was announced in a blog post on Monday. The deal will also provide Square with access to Snapchat’s more than 100 million monthly active users.

For now, Snapcash is available to Snapchat users in the United States who have a debit card and are 18 or older; the minimum age requirement to use Snapchat is 13. The feature is rolling out on Android immediately, with iOS availability expected soon The feature is rolling out on Android immediately, with iOS availability expected soon, according to a Snapchat spokesperson.

When a Snapchat user signs up for Snapcash, he is also creating a Square account. Users must add a debit account, which is stored by Square. Snapchat said it will not store any debit card information.

After that, transferring money is straightforward. A user can swipe into a chat, type a dollar sign and amount and hit the green button.

Snapchat declined to discuss financial details of the partnership.

The addition of a payment capability adds to Snapchat’s recent push to move beyond its origins as a chat application. The company is already in talks with media companies to develop content for its platform, recently began running ads, and moved into the live event space.

Snapchat becomes an intriguing competitor in the mobile payment and money transfer space that is currently led by Venmo and PayPal. Trust is an issue for the company following a massive leak of pictures and videos from the app.