This week, a math teacher threatens his students with Game of Thrones spoilers, Ellen Adarna reveals the many nasty things he can do to a guy, and a Norweigan kid gets a McDonalds receipt tattooed on his forearm, just to name a few.
Here are the 15 things a man must know this week!
Remember: no one likes spoilers, especially if it has something to do with Game of Thrones. Take your cue from this math teacher who got his class to straighten up by threatening to spoil the ending of the show's next few episodes. Obviously, the kids are very, very threatened.
Turkey takes its personal boundaries very seriously—so much that they shot down a Syrian fighter jet who dared to cross its airspace. “If you violate my airspace, our slap after this will be hard," Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip ErdoÄŸan said about the incident. Whoa!
Here’s a good reason to watch CNN: Crimea’s new Attorney General, 33-year-old Natalia Poklonskaya, is a total kick-ass prose-cutie who can probably achieve world peace with a smile. Make no mistake: Putin definitely knows what he’s doing.
Royal Australian Air Force Flight Lieutenant Russell Adams, the leader of the Aussie search team for missing flight MH370, was unable to spot any debris from the doomed plane, but he did find himself a legion of admirers after his interviews made the rounds online. Hide your girlfriends, hide your wives, and don’t let Mr. Adams find ‘em!
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