#roundUP: Our Favorite Links From The Week
This week, while we were soaking up the final summer rays, we found new meaning in the term “bacon wrapped dates.” If this sparks your interest, read on. Tweet at us or leave a comment if we missed anything great on the internet during these past seven days.
First there was Tinder, then Hinge came along, and now we present you with Sizzl. Oscar Mayer finally gives the people what they want– a dating app that connects bacon lovers with other bacon lovers. [Time]
Speaking of food, the “AirBnB of home-cooked meals” has arrived! Brand-new start-up Traveling Spoon hopes to help travelers experience local cuisine. [BoingBoing]
In other news, we absolutely cannot wait until Colonia, a thriller based on true events set in 1973 in Chile, comes out. Unfortunately we’re going to have to wait until January 2016, but Emma Watson is totally worth it. [Elle]
There are two types of people. Those who’ve been to a Soul Cycle class and had this thought process. And those who know they never want to. No judgement either way! [Buzzfeed]
We can’t wait to watch the Emmy’s this Sunday, especially because Andy Samberg is hosting. Who knows what tricks he has up his sleeve; People‘s compilation of guesses is worth a read.
Oh boy. The day is upon us: Facebook is introducing the ‘dislike‘ button. We’ll see how haters gonna hate. [Fox News]
The latest iRobot Roomba is out. We’re excited about it doing our chores for us, but what we’re really psyched on is watching our cats ride said vacuum. (CNET)