Interestingly, Kim isn't wearing her wedding ring in them, so it's not clear when they were taken!
She lucked out though because
Ever think about a favorite food or beverage from long ago, wondering what it'd be like to taste the sweet nostalgia again?
Well thanks to a Facebook campaign, fans of the old soft drink Surge are celebrating.
Coca-Cola is bringing it back!
There are several theories out there about how 7 Up got its name, but the one that seems to make the most sense is that it's actually referring to the seven ingredients that make up the tasty beverage!
However, that just raises the even bigger question: what are these seven mystery ingredients??
Well apparently when the drink was first introduced to the masses way back in the day, it contained a super special element known as lithium!
Abby Woodgate, a 30-year-old woman from Colchester, England, found a surprise in her banana bunch.
What she first thought might have been mold turned out to be something much more sinister…
A spider egg sac!!
Now this wasn't just some ordinary, terrifying discovery either. The eggs were unborn Brazilian wandering spiders. The Brazilian wandering spider, also known as the banana spider, is one of the most venomous spiders on earth.
Some parents in New Zealand are NOT happy, and we honestly don't blame them!
Totally inappropriate gummies were on sale exclusively in the South Island part of New Zealand, and one parent named Barrie Aburn from Dunedin found out about them through his kids!
His daughters bought him some Dragon Sweets for his birthday, but when he realized that the gummy bears were actually shaped like penises… and that's when he and his partner, and rightfully so, freaked the F out!
Here's what the partner Jacqui Hawkins said:
Before you even bother to ask, no, there's nothing wrong with your computer screen, and yes, those burger buns ARE black on purpose!!
Burger King Japan is causing quite the ruckus today as they announced they'd be rolling out two new burgers for a limited time, the Kuro Pearl and the Kuro Black, and each of them is served on black buns!!
Now if you're thinking to yourself, "I've DEFINITELY seen this somewhere before," then you're right! Burger King has been using black buns overseas for a while now, and they were first introduced in Japan back in 2012 and once again last year with the Kuro Ninja!
Before you start getting any crazy ideas, the buns are made from 100% normal, not-going-to-kill-you bread that's simply mixed with