TIME Food & Drink

Easter Egg Cookies Recalled For Containing … Eggs

Yes, really

Well here’s an ironic food recall for you.

Silver Lake issued a voluntary recall Friday for Easter Egg Cookies because they contained eggs. The company hadn’t declared the ingredient in the “nutrition facts” section of its label.

According to the FDA release, “People who have an allergy or a severe sensitivity to eggs run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these cookies. The cookies are safe for consumption by those who do not have egg allergies.”

No illnesses have been reported yet.

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Watch Justin Timberlake Mock Taylor Swift’s Reaction to Winning Awards

2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards On NBC - Backstage And Audience
Kevin Winter/Getty Images for iHeartMedia Singer Justin Timberlake attends the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards which broadcasted live on NBC from The Shrine Auditorium on March 29, 2015, in Los Angeles, California.

He did what all of us were thinking on our couches

At the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards in Los Angeles Sunday night, Justin Timberlake mocked the way Taylor Swift freaks out at awards shows. When her song “Blank Space” cinched the award for “Best Lyrics,” Timberlake mimed losing his cool and walked toward the stage, pretending to accept the award for her. She played along, and a viewer captured the whole act on Vine:

This time, however, such outbursts could be considered understandable given that she won several top awards, such as Artist of the Year and Song of the Year for “Shake It Off.”

(h/t Cosmopolitan)


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Jamie Foxx Blasted for ‘Transphobic’ Bruce Jenner Jokes

Foxx was hosting the iHeartRadio Music Awards

Jamie Foxx is under fire for telling jokes during his opening monologue at the iHeartRadio Music Awards Sunday night about Bruce Jenner’s reported — but unconfirmed — transition to living as a woman.

“We got Bruce Jenner, who will be here doing some musical performances,” the host said. “He’s doing a his-and-her duet all by himself.”

Foxx added: “Look, I’m just busting your balls while I still can.

The reaction on Twitter was swift and sharp.


Breakdown of Classic New York Roller Coaster Forces Riders to Climb Down By Foot

Workers assist thrill seekers on the Luna Park Coney Island Cyclone roller coaster after it got stuck on its inaugural run of the Summer 2015 season, on March 29, 2015 in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Richard Levine—Demotix/Corbis Workers assist thrill seekers on the Luna Park Coney Island Cyclone roller coaster after it got stuck on its inaugural run of the Summer 2015 season, on March 29, 2015 in Brooklyn, N.Y.

"It was terrifying," one rider said

Thrill-seekers had a scarier ride than anticipated Sunday when the legendary Coney Island Cyclone roller coaster in New York got stuck on its first run of the season.

Staff members were forced to spend Luna Park’s opening day assisting shaken roller coaster riders climb down the wooden structure by foot. “It was terrifying, because I was up there and everything was spinning,” Gabriella Centeno told NBC after taking the long climb down. “I’m scared of heights.”

The amusement park staff said the coaster had been tested in preparation for opening day.


TIME Television

Watch John Oliver Take a Stand Against April Fools’ Day

"Anyone who is excited for April Fools' Day is probably a sociopath"

John Oliver says it’s time America takes a stand against April Fools’ Day.

“Anyone who is excited for April Fools’ Day is probably a sociopath, because what they’re really saying is, ‘I cannot wait to hurt the people close to me,'” Oliver said in a Web video Sunday, with his show Last Week Tonight off for the week.

So raise your hand and promise to refrain from posting any fake Facebook engagement announcements or perpetuating any celebrity death hoaxes.

Watch the full segment below.

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Kitty Litter to Blame for $240 Million Radioactive Leak

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It's a meow-ltdown!

Last February, a radiation accident occurred at the Department of Energy’s Waste Isolation Pilot Plant near Carlsbad, New Mexico. A drum containing radioisotopes like plutonium was improperly packaged at the Los Alamos National Laboratory near Santa Fe and ruptured, causing a leak.

The incident exposed 22 workers to radiation levels “not expected to threaten their health,” according to the contractor that operates the plant. In September, Energy Department officials estimated the cost of the initial recovery of the dump at $240,000,000 and said it might be two or more years before it’s fully operational again.

Investigators have now found the cause of the entire issue: The barrel was packaged with “chemically incompatible” contents – in particular, a brand of cat litter (used to absorb liquids) that caused a chemical reaction and created gases that resulted in the canister’s lid becoming dislodged.

A team of federal inspectors released a report last year that identified chronic lapses in safety procedures at Los Alamos, saying “waste processing and safety-related control procedures should have prevented the addition of these potentially incompatible materials,” which again, we’d like to stress, means cat litter.

The scariest thing about this story is that they never told us what the right brand of kitty litter to use for radioactive waste packaging.

How will we know?

This story originally appeared in People.com

TIME Transportation

4-Year-Old Girl Boards Bus Alone in Late-Night Search for Slushie

The girl was unharmed and reunited with her parents

A 4-year-old girl boarded a Philadelphia bus alone in the early hours of Friday, transportation officials said Sunday, and told passengers she was looking for a slushie.

Surveillance footage showed the girl acting cheerful with her feet dangling off her seats, while confused bus riders looked her way, Reuters reports. The driver pulled over when he noticed the girl, then called his control center and awaited authorities. She was taken to a nearby hospital and reunited with her parents, who said they didn’t realize she had left via a back door.

“I will take you to buy a slushie,” Jaclyn Mager said to her daughter in a television interview. “But promise me next time you’ll wait for me, O.K.?”


TIME Internet

Tom Brady Scares Fans With Waterfall Dive

All of Boston just held its breath

Tom Brady nearly gave Patriots’ fans a collective heart attack on Saturday when he posted a video of himself diving off a cliff.

The Super Bowl MVP posted the vacation footage, in which his wife Gisele Bündchen encourages him as he leaps, to his personal Facebook page. The comments section quickly became a treasure trove of gifs and collective gasps posted by the quarterback’s fans.

Don’t worry. His arm is just fine.

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Nick Jonas Delivers Booze and Music to Strangers


Nick Jonas, one-time JoBro and man of a thousand abs, made a very special house call when he “hijacked” the alcohol delivery app Saucey in Los Angeles – not just bringing booze to a bunch of unsuspecting people, but then playing them some music.

“He did ‘Jealous’ and ‘Chains’ and everyone sang along. Everyone was so excited and he served each customer their first drink when they got in the room before he played,” a source tells PEOPLE.

Or as some of those same house guests said on Instagram: “Nick Jonas just casually playing ‘Jealous’ for me. After we shared a bottle of wine. IS THIS LIFE????? Thank you Saucey, Nick, and the universe.”

Speechless. Nick Jonas in our apartment, delivering me wine and singing me songs. My life has been made.

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So how did this come to be?

“This was unplanned,” a rep for Saucey tells PEOPLE. “Nick is an investor in Saucey and wanted to meet some of the customers.”

Next, the 22-year-old will host Saturday’s Kids’ Choice Awards. And he can’t wait to get slimed.

— Reporting by Maria Mercedes Lara

This article originally appeared on People.com.

TIME viral

Meet a Math Teacher Who Is Also a Male Model

This math teacher became a fashion model

What would you do if you realized your math teacher was actually a super successful – and super attractive – male model? Because that’s exactly what happened to University College London student Arief Azli, who (like any college kid) then shared his discovery on Facebook.

“That moment when you realized your maths lecturer is one of the top designer model,” Azli wrote in a post comparing two photos of his teacher, Pietro Boselli: One of Boselli at the whiteboard, papers in the hand; the other of him … not wearing very much at all.

“#OnlyatUCL,” Azli hashtagged it, adding: “#Bromance.”

Other students reportedly followed suit, sharing more photos of Boselli in the classroom.

According to his LinkedIn account, Boselli worked as a teaching assistant and then lecturer at UCL until June 2014. As for his modeling work, he’s represented by Models1.

His Instagram says he has a PhD in engineering and is “addicted to training.”

We can tell.

Post-workout selfie

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My mum took this random pic last summer ! I'm like: mum what r u doin r u taking a pic?! 😒🙈 😁😘 miss ya

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Don’t worry: There’s also video.

This article originally appeared on People.com.

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