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  • New Idaho Business Provides Venue for Customers to Break Stuff

    Ralphie Aversa at Trending Now2 days ago

    is a new business in Boise, Idaho, that opened on Tax Day. The premise behind the establishment is certainly unique but relatively simple.

    "Our sole purpose is to provide a place for people to engage in recreational destruction," business owner Tom Farrenkopf told KBOI TVin Boise. "What we mean by that is, come in and break stuff."

    Yes, Das Breakroom is a room provides a room where for as little as a few dollars, you can take your stress out on all types of items: computer monitors, electronics, glass doors, dishes, and musical equipment, for example. As the business stated on Facebook, "If you buy it, you break it!"

    "The one day, actually I was having a horrible week, and I found myself on the verge of tears," customer Lindsey Shultz told KBOI. "I was pacing back and forth like, 'What am I going to do? I'm so frustrated right now.'"

    Shultz brought her frustration to Das Breakroom.

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  • College Student Plays 'Super Mario Bros.' Theme Song With Wine Glasses

    Ralphie Aversa at Trending Now6 days ago

    It is the weekend, and musician Dan Newbie will be utilizing a lot of wine glasses. However, he will not be standing behind a bar nor will he be pouring out any wine (at least not to our knowledge).

    About a month ago, Newbie began uploading YouTube videos that showed off his skill of playing songs by using wine glasses and other kitchen utensils. On the heels of covering "Let It Go" and "Happy," the musician turned his attention to another one of the Internet's favorite muses: Super Mario Brothers.

    "I never wanted this to be about me," Newbie told Fox 16 in Little Rock, Ark., following the success of his "Happy" cover, which was buoyed by a tweet from Pharrell Williams himself. "I wanted this to be about happiness. I wanted this to be about, 'Hey, you can be happy and not have a real reason to be happy.' Just like you can make music without using instruments."

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