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Mindful : February 2015
12 mindful February 2015 Toys “R” Us released Breaking Bad-themed action figures, com- plete with accessories like hazmat suits and handguns. They were pulled from shelves, so your kids might not want to become chemists after all. Two teenagers joined forces to battle stigma around menstruation. They created Tampon Run, a computer game in which you collect tampons and shoot them at your enemies. But make sure not to run out of tampons... or game over. Sound familiar, ladies? Job interviews are stressful enough with- out worries of mustard stains or musty smells. If you’re unemployed and have an upcoming job interview, Toronto’s Brite Star Cleaners will clean your outfit for free. Always remember to check the spare bed- room, even when you don’t have guests. A woman in Winchester, England, found a three- foot wasps’ nest in her home after neglecting to check an unused room for at least three months. ● What do you get when you combine chicken strips, roast turkey, ham, corned beef, brisket, Angus steak, roast beef, and bacon? Arby’s’ new off-menu item, “Meat Mountain.” And a head start on heart disease. In Lisbon, Por tugal, a car company is curbing dangerous pedestrian activity with traffic lights that dance while you wait. G.I . Joes inspire child- hood dreams of tearing up the battlefield in a display of manliness. Yoga Joes, a new take on the military action figures, are designed to inspire children, mili- tary veterans, and men to give yoga a shot. Well, Taylor Swift topped the charts again—this time with eight seconds of white noise. “Track 3” was the product of an iTunes glitch, but it still managed, at $1.29 a pop, to shoot to #1 on Canada’s iTunes chart. Say goodbye to smoker’s cough and hello to garlic breath. Hummus has become so popular in the US that some tobacco farmers are supple- menting their income by planting chickpeas. Half of UK women aged 26-35 can’t locate their vagina. At least, that’s what a sur vey found when 1,000 women were asked to point to the birth canal on a reproductive diagram. Mindful–Mindless Our take on who’s paying attention and who’s not mindlessmindful culture Illustrations by Jessica Rae Gordon Suggestions for Mindful–Mindless? Send them to email@example.com