A College Student Left A Note After Breaking Into A Car For A Kit Kat Bar

Children get the best deal when it comes to Halloween. They get to parade around town, look all adorable, and get to rake in the free candy. Adults, however, have to work for their candy and even buy it themselves! It’s just not fair.

One college student is learning the lesson that he must hold his hard earned candy close to his chest the hard way. College student Hunter Jobbins, who is in his second year at Kansas State University, made two huge mistakes: leaving a chocolate bar in a car and leaving a full size candy bar unattended in general. Jobbins parked his car for fifteen minutes in front of his dorm as he quickly ran inside, and when he returned his Kit Kat bar had vanished and was replaced with a hastily scrawled note on  a napkin.

The note from the Kit Kat thief informed Jobbins that they had noticed the Kit Kat in his car, and apparently blinded with hunger, tried the doors of his car only to find it was unlocked. Ensuring Jobbins they didn’t take anything else in the car, the thief took the Kit Kat, left the note, and signed it, “I am sorry and hungry.”

Jobbins, who at first felt a little uncomfortable that someone else had been in his car, said, “I couldn’t help but laugh at the person’s motive, and the whole note in general.” Jobbins shared a pic of the odd note, and the internet responded with mixed emotions. Ranging from the sheer outrage of having a precious candy bar stolen from them to laughing at the sheer desperation of the poor thief who couldn’t control their hunger. Twitter had a field day.

Most importantly, Kit Kat themselves sympathized with poor Jobbins, tweeting him back and offering to replace his missing candy bar.


Broncos Cheerleader Dresses Up As Inflatable T-Rex And Executes Flawless Dance Routine

As a child, the best part of Halloween is the trick or treating,, hands down. As an adult, the best part becomes the costumes. And, for many women, Halloween is notoriously a time to dress up as a “sexy” version of something.

The Denver Broncos cheerleaders were no exception to that rule. During a Halloween themed game against the San Diego Chargers, the cheerleaders were allowed to cheer for their home team wearing costumes. Literally ALL of the women were dressed up as a sexy something: sexy Dorothy, sexy Mario, sexy Where’s Waldo… except one!


There was one cheerleader who took the opportunity to dress up in costume for the game as a chance to show her sense of humor. One of the Broncos cheerleaders came onto the field in an inflatable T-Rex costume, which starkly contrasted with her co-cheerleaders.

The costume itself has gained internet notoriety since its release by a costume company in 2015 alongside the debut of Jurassic World. While the costume looks bulky or perhaps cumbersome, this girl proved herself to be a total pro and nailed every single one of the team’s cheer routines.

If there’s a costume that instantly makes ANYTHING funnier, it’s this T-Rex costume. And, this isn’t it’s first debut in the NFL. Earlier this year, Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson had to do his warm ups in this same costume after losing his team’s weekly throwing competition.


These Creatively Genius Cakes Are Almost Too Realistic To Eat

Any celebration should be considered incomplete without a celebratory cake. Usually, the more important the celebration, the fancier the cake right?

If you have a celebration coming up that calls for the fanciest of cakes, then Sideserf Cakes both is and isn’t the place to go.

While owner Natalie Sideserf certainly can make the most ornate cakes, “fancy” is not quite the descriptor to describe her style of cake decorating. Natalie calls herself a “cake sculptor,” as creates hyper realistically decorated cakes that feel almost wrong, in fact, even cannibalistic, to eat.

Many of her cakes feature busts of celebrities, impaled heads, or even severed heads. She has recently gotten some attention for a cake she made that looks like Mike Ehrmantraut from Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul after AMC featured her amazing cake sculpture during a promotional clip.

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She also has gone viral before for her realistic cake of Willie Nelson, and her own wedding cake that features cake models of her and her husband’s severed heads reading “Till Death Do Us Part” underneath it.

While her process to make the cakes, by definition, seem simple, the results are true works of art. “The inside is made of layers of vanilla cake and swiss buttercream,” explains Natalie. “Once carved, the entire cake is covered in a layer of chocolate ganache and a final layer of modeling chocolate to sculpt the details.” She doesn’t just focus on heads, either. She makes incredibly realistic sculptures of things that technically aren’t even real, like piranha plants from Super Mario Bros, or Courage the Cowardly Dog.

Ranging from artistic, to creative, to truly gruesome, Sideserf cakes are almost too amazing to eat. Almost.