20+ Hilarious Times Shops Made Their Customers Laugh Out Loud

Not for these businesses though! Compiled into a list by Bored Panda, we have come up with some of the best examples of business owners having a little bit of fun and being remembered not for robotic efficiency of customer service, but for having an awesome sense of humor. Scroll down below to check out the hilarious list yourself, and don’t forget to vote for your favorites!

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Army of 01101111: The Making of a Cyber Battalion

Satellite dishes mark the main gate of Fort Gordon, eggshell white and lasering up at the moon. It’s a modest shrine, as these things go. Many military bases put machines of might on the front porch—tanks or helos or jumbo artillery guns—but the dishes fit Fort Gordon just fine. They’re subtle. They’re quiet. Inside the gates it’s more of the same. Fort Gordon sits in a soft Georgian basin, the…

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What Are Screens Doing to Our Eyesand Our Ability to See?

The eyes are unwell. Their childhood suppleness is lost. The lenses, as we log hours on this earth, thicken, stiffen, even calcify. The eyes are no longer windows on souls. They’re closer to teeth. To see if your own eyes are hardening, look no further than your phone, which should require no exertion; you’re probably already there. Keep peering at your screen, reading and staring, snubbing life’s third dimension and…

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Mini Brains Just Got CreepierTheyre Growing Their Own Veins

The first human brain balls—aka cortical spheroids, aka neural organoids—agglomerated into existence just a few short years ago. In the beginning, they were almost comically crude: just stem cells, chemically coerced into proto-neurons and then swirled into blobs in a salty-sweet bath. But still, they were useful for studying some of the most dramatic brain disorders, like the microcephaly caused by the Zika virus. Then they started growing up. The…

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Self-care apps are booming

Millennials may be a bit obsessed with self-care — and it’s beginning to pay off for the makers of self-care and digital wellness apps. According to data from multiple app store intelligence firms, the category is now seeing notable growth. In the first quarter of 2018, the top 10 grossing self-care apps in the U.S. earned $15 million in combined iOS and Android revenue, and $27 million in worldwide revenue, according…

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Facebook to exclude North American users from some privacy enhancements

There’s no way to sugarcoat this message: Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg believes North America users of his platform deserve a lower data protection standard than people everywhere else in the world. In a phone interview with Reuters yesterday Mark Zuckerberg declined to commit to universally implementing changes to the platform that are necessary to comply with the European Union’s incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Rather, he said the company was…

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Northwestern survey looks to positive effects of ’13 Reasons Why’

A research survey commissioned by Netflix from Northwestern University found that the controversial 13 Reasons Why got teenagers talking about topics like mental health, assault, and bullying. The results were shared by Netflix on Wednesday at a panel discussion with Northwestern’s Dr. Ellen Wartella, Dr. Christine Moutier (Chief Medical Officer, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention), and series executive producer Brian Yorkey. SEE ALSO: How ’13 Reasons Why’ is different than…

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Trolls Tell Curvy Woman She Does Not Deserve A 6-Pack Husband, And Her Response Is The Best

Jenna and her husband Drew have been married for 11 years and are deeply in love. Jenna is a beautiful, healthy and successful woman, and Drew is a loving husband and fitness and health coach. Drew’s honed physique from his days in the gym does, Jenna admits, play on her mind when she looks at herself in the mirror. So her troll had managed to find her weakness and ruthlessly…

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Self-care startup Shine raises $5 million Series A

Shine, an early arrival in a market now teeming with self-care apps and services, has closed on $5 million in Series A funding, the company announced today, alongside the milestone of hitting 2 million active users. The round was led by existing investor by Comcast Ventures with betaworks, Felix Capital, The New York Times, Eniac Ventures, Female Founders Fund and BBG Ventures also participating. The investment comes roughly two years after…

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Russian woman dies after given formaldehyde instead of saline drip

Fedyaeva suffered pain and convulsions for two days before falling into a coma and being rushed to a hospital in Moscow, her mother stated.  (East2West) TEEN DUBBED ‘BUTTERFLY BOY’ DIES OF RARE SKIN DISEASE “This is pure murder,” said Galina Baryshnikova, according to reports. “[It] was simply eroding her body from inside.” Baryshnikova added that Fedyaeva suffered tremendously before falling into a coma as a result of the hospital’s mistake….

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Heres Why Trump Went Postal on Amazon

The Amazon blame game took another turn on Thursday, when President Donald Trump spun the wheel back around to the U.S. Postal Service.  Source: U.S. Postal Service U.S. mail is also required to cover every American, employing carriers who roam neighborhoods six days a week (or seven, if Amazon has a package ready). The Postal Service has said it actually makes money on the Amazon deal. E-commerce revenue provides “essential support to…

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Why Zuckerbergs 14-Year Apology Tour Hasnt Fixed Facebook

In 2003, one year before Facebook was founded, a website called Facemash began nonconsensually scraping pictures of students at Harvard from the school’s intranet and asking users to rate their hotness. Obviously, it caused an outcry. The website’s developer quickly proffered an apology. "I hope you understand, this is not how I meant for things to go, and I apologize for any harm done as a result of my neglect…

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‘Artificial baby feeding’ note criticised

It added that if there was a medical reason for giving formula milk, “this will be discussed with you and given if necessary”. The note was shared on Twitter by Kathryn Booth, who criticised its language and said mothers needed “support and understanding”. Skip Twitter post by @privateuni So when did it start to be 'artificial feeding'? I really can't believe this wasn't proofread before going out. @DrRanj @keirshiels @WorcsAcuteNHS…

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Beyonc Is Reportedly Trying To Censor Which Pics You See From Her Coachella Performance Tonight

Fans can’t be too happy about this… According to Wait, what?! So her team doesn’t want outlets sharing pics fans take and post to Instagram, Snapchat, or Twitter?! Nooooope… not even a little bit! This isn’t the first time Queen Bey has done this, of course; back in 2013 her team infamously emailed Buzzfeed requesting that they take down a “series of unflattering photos” from a gallery showing her performance…

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Barbara Bush Seeking ‘Comfort Care’ Instead Of Additional Medical Treatment As Her Health Fails

It appears as though things have taken a turn for the worst for Barbara Bush, the wife of former U.S. President George H.W. Bush. Barbara, 92, will now be seeking “comfort care” after turning down additional medical treatment for her failing health, according to a statement released just hours ago by the Bush family out to the media and the public. The statement read in full (below): JUST IN: Barbara…

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Mariah Carey opened up about bipolar diagnoses for the first time, and people are so grateful

Image: FilmMagic Now more than ever, celebrities have been opening up about their experiences with mental health issues — and Mariah Carey now joins the ranks of the stars who hope to shatter stigma surrounding various disorders. The singer, who is typically very private, got incredibly candid with Peoplein a new interview, revealing for the first time in her storied career that 17 years ago she was diagnosed with bipolar II…

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