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Overturned Truck Spills Millions of Bees on the Highway

Beekeepers attend to a semi-trailer truck that overturned with a cargo of bees on a highway in Lynnwood
Ian Terry—Reuters Beekeepers wait to start clearing out the scene of semi-trailer truck that overturned with a cargo of bees on a highway in Lynnwood, Wash., on Apr. 17, 2015.

"Lots of stinging going on," according to the Washington State Department of Transportation

A semi-truck loaded with honeybees overturned on a Washington state highway Friday morning, spilling boxes containing millions of the insects near the town of Lynnwood. Beekeepers and firefighters arrived on the scene shortly after the 3:30 a.m. crash, the Seattle Times reports.

The truck was carrying 458 hives, holding an estimated 14 million bees. The entire load was worth around $92,000. Beekeepers managed to recover some of the hives, but as the insects became agitated, firefighters killed them by spraying a mixture of foam and water on the hives.

With many bees still on the loose, the Washington State Department of Transportation advised drivers to keep windows and vents closed.

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Watch Anna Kendrick Take on John Krasinski on Lip Sync Battle

He puts on a dress, but she brings out a very special guest

There are plenty of reasons to be annoyed by Spike’s new show Lip Sync Battle, but there also plenty of reasons to enjoy this particular showdown between John Krasinski and Anna Kendrick.

Here are a few of those reasons:

  • Krasinski puts on a sparkly dress and does a very heartfelt Tina Turner impression
  • Anna Kendrick actually brings Jennifer Lopez onstage after singing her song “Booty”
  • The camera occasionally pans to Chrissy Teigen (billed as the show’s “color commentator”), who is swaying in a crop top
  • John Krasinski’s beard
  • Anna Kendrick’s perfect hair
  • LL Cool J going “Hercules! Hercules!”

Watch the clip and we’re sure you’ll find plenty of your own reasons.

Read next: Watch Anna Kendrick Lip Sync Her Love for Emily Blunt

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30 Million People Have Watched This Video of a Man Stuck in His Seatbelt

And we highly recommend you watch it too

When Clint Chadbourne found himself stuck in a snagged seatbelt, he didn’t know the ordeal would end up delighting millions of people. His main focus was really just how to get out of his daughter’s car — or, as he says in his strong Maine accent, her “cah.”

Chadbourne’s daughter, Kelly, filmed his two-minute struggle, the Portland Press Herald reports. His wife, Bonnie, went back and forth between trying to help him and just laughing hysterically. Since Bonnie shared the video on Facebook on April 6, it’s racked up 30.5 million views.

In a Facebook post Wednesday, Bonnie said it was never her intention for the clip to go viral — but she’s glad it has spread so much laughter:

The comments are wonderful, when someone writes that they were having a bad day and after seeing the video they have tears running down their face and they mean happy tears it makes us feel very humble. To have touched so many with a smile is a wonderful thing and we are so thankful. So many of us have daily struggles and to get a distraction is a gift we all welcome.

 

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Instagram Now Allows Photos of Women Breast-Feeding

Instagram Changes Terms Of Service, Stirs Anger Among Users
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Updated guidelines clarify what images users can and cannot share

Last year, one mom said she had her Instagram account shut down after commenters complained about photos that showed her breast-feeding. She said she got her account back up and running after launching a social-media campaign.

Now, in an updated set of guidelines, Instagram has clarified that photos of “women actively breast-feeding” are 100% permitted. Photos of post-mastectomy scars are fair game too. (Images of “sexual intercourse, genitals and close-ups of fully nude buttocks” are banned.)

Breast-feeding photos on Instagram have long been a point of contention. In October actress Alyssa Milano posted a photo that showed her breast-feeding her baby and said she was surprised that it sparked backlash. Milano said she “got really sad” that she received so many hateful messages about her choice to share the photo.

The new guidelines also remind users not to share messages that “support or praise terrorism, organized crime or hate groups” or that offer illegal services.

Read Instagram’s complete guidelines here.

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Louis C.K. Apologized to Sarah Palin for Mean Tweets He Wrote 5 Years Ago

Getty Images (2) From left: Louis C.K. and Sarah Palin

"I'm not an insult guy. I don't go after people, it's not what I do."

Back in 2010, comedian Louis C.K. tweeted some pretty nasty things about Sarah Palin. (We won’t repeat those things here, but trust us.) Five years later, he decided to apologize to Palin when he ran into her at the Saturday Night Live 40th anniversary party.

“I’ve never in a million years apologized for anything I’ve said,” C.K. told Howard Stern in a recent interview. But this time, he said, “Something came over me emotionally.” Palin was the one who approached C.K. to tell him she thought he was funny — and that’s when he decided to say sorry for the Twitter rant.

“I’m not an insult guy,” he told Stern. “I don’t go after people, it’s not what I do.”

Palin responded to C.K.’s apology by joking, “Well, you’re a vile person.” But she also seemed to genuinely appreciate the gesture.

“Maybe it surprises people, but I was sincerely humbled and appreciative,” Palin told People.

Oh, she also said if he ever came to Alaska she’d take him fishing. So fingers crossed that actually happens.

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See Photos From Gisele’s Last Runway Show

The Brazilian supermodel walks down the runway for the last time after 20 years in the industry

On Wednesday, Gisele Bündchen formally announced her retirement from modeling after 20 years. But first, the 34-year-old supermodel decided to walk the runway one last time at São Paulo Fashion Week.

In the photos above, you’ll see Gisele strutting her stuff on the catwalk for the final time — and you’ll also see her laughing and celebrating.

As a bonus, here’s an Instagram of Gisele prepping for the final show:

The caption translates to: “I’m very happy that my last show will happen in my country where everything started 20 years ago.”

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Here’s a Hilarious Compilation of Reporters Laughing Uncontrollably on TV

Some of the very best bloopers in YouTube history

A few weeks ago, we were delighted to share a round-up of the best news bloopers from the month of March. Now, we’re even more delighted to share a round-up of the best bloopers of all time. Well, of all the time YouTube has been around. And more specifically, the best bloopers that feature reporters and anchors bursting out laughing.

There’s something so relatable about these reporters — who we assume are usually quite professional and composed — just devolving into giggly messes. It’s also great to see how contagious their laughter becomes.

So if you need a good laugh today, we recommend taking 10 minutes and watching this.

Read next: Watch All the Funniest News Bloopers of 2014

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These Photos Prove Man v. Food Host Adam Richman Is Not Strictly Vegan After All

He calls himself an omnivore

A few days ago, we reported that Adam Richman of Man v. Food fame had gone vegan. But Richman wants everyone to know that he is not strictly vegan and is still very much an omnivore.

He put the rumor to rest by sharing a photo of himself going to town on some In-N-Out Burger:

Richman reportedly went with a vegan diet to help get himself in shape to play soccer. But it’s more of a temporary dietary choice than a complete lifestyle overhaul. He emphasized this point in a few recent Instagram posts:

While I love the Pacific, the Sunsets & the pretty people, this is still one of the most beautiful sights in LA.

A photo posted by Adam Richman (@adamrichman) on

So, for those of you worried that Richman would never again indulge in insanely decadent meat monstrosities, you can breathe easy.

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You Can Now Link Your Instagram Photos to Your Tinder Profile

Tinder App
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Attract potential mates with those dope brunch pics

Until now, Tinder users could only share photos from Facebook. But a new update means you can finally link your Instagram account to your Tinder profile too.

Users who choose to integrate their Instagram profiles will be able to display the 34 most recent photos, the Los Angeles Times reports. According to Tinder president Sean Rad, a “substantial percentage” of people on the popular dating app already list their Instagram handles in their bios.

“It will help you better understand who the person is that you’re talking to,” Rad told Mashable.

If you’re a Tinder user with a private Instagram account, no worries: there’s an option to display your photos within your Tinder profile without changing your Instagram privacy settings.

So if you want to attract a quality mate, your Insta game better be on point. Also, now is the time to figure out which filter makes you look the best.

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Here’s the First Cast Photo From Disney’s Live-Action Beauty and the Beast

Josh Gad proudly presents...the cast's first selfie

In case you hadn’t heard, Disney’s coming out with a live-action Beauty and the Beast remake. It stars Emma Watson as Belle, Dan Stevens as the Beast and Josh Gad as LeFou. (Oh, Sir Ian McKellen also signed on, so get excited.)

Josh Gad was kind enough to share the cast’s first photo — a selfie, naturally — on Instagram Tuesday:

Can't wait for you to be our guest.

A photo posted by Josh Gad (@joshgad) on

“Can’t wait for you to be our guest,” Gad captioned the photo. Get it?

They all seem pretty excited about the movie, which doesn’t come out until 2017. Hopefully we’ll get to see plenty more cast selfies to tide us over.

Read next: 10 Things Beauty and the Beast’s Belle and Harry Potter’s Hermione Have in Common

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