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A Sweet Sixteen is a cake that is typically served for a given sixteenth anniversary. Originally invented by Martha Stewart for her daughter Alexis' sixteenth birthday in 1981, the televised treat, initially first recreated for the same purpose, became a universal symbol of celebration for anyone's sixteenth birthday, whether that special someone is a human, a dog, a kitten, or a billion-dollar corporation. The treat is typically served at a semi-formal ceremonial event, such as a birthday party. However, it may also be eaten anytime throughout the year, as long as one doesn't mind the lavish number of calories included within. (Full article...)
Did you know...
- ... that "crack" is the hood's most effective diet pill? (Pictured)
- ... that life is a sexually transmitted disease with a 100% fatality rate?
- ... that your birth certificate is an apology letter from condom factory?
- ... that bipolar bears are not to be messed with, more-so than polar bears?
- ... that the White House is really off-white?
- ... that suicide is an answer to every problem, just not a very good one?
- ... that the butler did it?
- ... that it takes a great amount of sexual commitment to get a computer turned on, but once your computer is properly aroused, it can offer you some of the greatest sexual thrills you may ever experience?
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- Björk responds to Anti-Asian violence
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- Biden responds to North Korea's "Stink" complaints
- BMI songwriters (but not ASCAP) to receive vaccine
- Governor Cuomo from New York is screwed
- Grodin Museum reopens to public
- Old movies are suddenly offensive
- Northeast getting another blizzard
- Just another dead doper and a dirtbag dies
- Marilyn Manson removed from New Radicals hit
- Biden will recognize Hillary as 45th President
On this day
- 1485 - A conductor accidentally invents jazz music when the orchestra's metronome goes on the fritz.
- 1524 - The world's first Spanish restaurant is founded by Hernán Cortéz in Tenochtitlan.
- 1958 - The Supreme Court of the United States bans poetry and evicts all known poets from the country.
- 1972 - First state laws mandating public toilets passed in Texas. In protest, Texans urinate in public.
- 1983 - A suicide plumber floods the United States embassy in Beirut, Lebanon.
- 2002 - The internet is officially declared "useless and beyond redemption" by the Norwegian military.
- 2007 - The same orchestra who played jazz band music in 1485 faces the horror of Cole Porter's "Anything Goes."
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