This Apple Store Is Filled With Actual Apples

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If you’re in London, and can look away from your iPhone for a bit, there’s currently an apple store with actual apples on display.

The Real Apple Store, inspired by that fake one with all the phones and phablets in it, was created to help celebrate the 1000th anniversary of London’s historic Borough Market and Apple Day.

Visitors can expect to see 1,000 varieties of apples, plenty of which most have never heard of. Siri… What’s a Knobby Russet?

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The Size of The Planets Explained With Fruit

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If you’re having trouble understanding the relative size of the planets in our solar system, a few fruits are here to help.

Space Stats is a handy infographic that represents each planet as a fruit. The result, Earth is a cherry tomato — while the biggest planet, Jupiter, is a cumbersome watermelon. Pluto, of course, was recently downgraded to a pit.

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Behold The Bacon Mac and Cheese Quesadilla

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Quesadillas do not need help to be awesome. But if we were to improve on them, they’d probably need to involve a bacon weave and some mac and cheese.

Thrillist knows this, and recently took the quesadilla to new levels. The Bacon Mac n Cheese Quesadilla uses a bacon weave instead of the tortillas. Then, plain old boring cheese is out… mac n cheese is in. A ‘how to’ is available here.

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How To Make A Meal Using Play-Doh Tools

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Rhett and Link of Good Mythical Morning would like to take us back to our childhood. An innocent time when the salty allure of Play-Doh was one of the few things we had in life.

They achieve this by preparing a meal using nothing more than the very colorful culinary tools that are included in Play-Doh sets. Although, they’re not actually using Play-Doh — updating the process with adults in mind — they create a bit more palatable doughs with actual food. Please watch.

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Funny Comics Series Drawn on Starbucks Coffee Cups

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Cartoonist Josh Hara likes Starbucks. He also likes the blank canvas that their coffee cups provide for his comics.

His Instagram project, #100CoffeeCups, looks to place a comic on 100 coffee cups. The comics are not only creative and a wonderful use of white space, but are hilarious enough to brighten up anyone’s morning. Unless you don’t drink coffee, in which case, there is no hope for you.

Keep up with the series here.

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