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Bethesda will accept Fallout 4 preorder made with bottle caps

Bethesda will accept Fallout 4 preorder made with bottle caps

It was only a week ago when we told you about the dedicated Fallout fan that sent a box full of bottle caps to developer Bethesda as a pre-order for the upcoming Fallout 4. The gamer, who goes by GatorMacheteJr on Imgur, detailed how he had collected over 2,200 bottle caps in the seven years since Fallout 3 as a sign of how much he loved the series. Seeing as how bottle caps are used as currency in the game's post-nuclear apocalypse setting, he figured they were just as good as cash in paying for the next game.

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Dedicated Fallout fan tries to preorder Fallout 4 with over 2,000 bottle caps

Dedicated Fallout fan tries to preorder Fallout 4 with over 2,000 bottle caps

Dedication. It's what sets the diehard fans apart from the casual players in gaming. If you thought you could count yourself among the biggest fans of the popular Fallout series, think again. With the recent announcement of Fallout 4, gamers are eagerly awaiting their chance to jump into the latest post-apocalyptic, open-world RPG setting this November. Pre-orders began earlier this week, through the typical merchants, but one fan has decided to place his order directly with developer Bethesda. By mailing them over 2,000 bottle caps.

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KFC had a food tray that was also a Bluetooth keyboard

KFC had a food tray that was also a Bluetooth keyboard

Whoever said that fast food does nothing good for you should get ready to eat their words. And some KFC too. The German division of the food chain has unveiling a solution to the problem of typing on your smartphone or tablet with greasy fingers: a thin, flexible Bluetooth keyboard that comes on the tray under your food order. It's called the KFC Tray Typer, and before you rush out to your nearest fried chicken fast food outlet, know that this has only been shown in Germany, and you can't really get your hands — greasy or not — on one. Read on for the explanation.

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Apple: fart apps not allowed on Apple Watch

Apple: fart apps not allowed on Apple Watch

Well, color me disappointed. Turns out one of the first apps owners of the new $17,000 luxury Apple Watch Edition won't be downloading is one that plays fart sounds. Dang, thanks a lot Apple! Ok, seriously, someone was hoping to be behind the very first fart app for the Apple Watch, the brilliantly titled Fart Watch, but Apple has rejected their submission. The reason? Because it was nothing more than a fart app.

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Turn your Apple Watch Sport into a Gold Edition, save over $11,000

Turn your Apple Watch Sport into a Gold Edition, save over $11,000

Ok first day Apple Watch buyers, now that your coveted wrist device has arrived, how do you feel about it? Did you buy the stainless steel model and love it so much you wish had dropped the extra cash for the gold Watch Edition model? Or did you want the luxury model but couldn't afford it, and had to settle for an aluminum Watch Sport? Well, popular YouTuber/film maker Casey Neistat has come up with a simple solution he shares in his latest video, potentially saving over $11,000. Here's a hint: it revolves around everyday items tape and spray paint.

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Soda drinking video game leads to creation of real-life soda

Soda drinking video game leads to creation of real-life soda

There's only video game in existence that offers players a chance to practice and hone their soda drinking skills in a safe, virtual environment, and that's Soda Drinker Pro. The indie game, currently available on Steam Greenlight, was created by developer Will Brierly in a single day back in 2008, and gave players the opportunity to experience drinking a soda in crudely rendered sunny beaches and outer space. But with some seven years since release, Soda Drinker Pro feels it's time players begin testing their soda drinking skills in the real world, and that requires a real-life soda made just for pros.

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The 2015 .GIFYs: vote for the best of the net’s favorite file format

The 2015 .GIFYs: vote for the best of the net’s favorite file format

It's the year 2015 and everyone on the internet loves GIFs, right? Well, now it's time to vote for your favorites in The .GIFYs! As it stands, this the only award specifically for the silent, endlessly looping file format, but believe it or not, this is their second year of voting. In their own description, The .GIFYs say they are "the first and only award show honoring the animated GIF as a medium, social commentary and art form," but don't think it's all about prestige and high-brow, there's still cats. Lots of cats.

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Pay for McDonald’s with hugs and dance, says Super Bowl ad

Pay for McDonald’s with hugs and dance, says Super Bowl ad

As the Super Bowl advertising blitz is about to descend upon us this Sunday, companies are eager to get as much value as possible from their 30 to 60-second ads, such as posting them early online for audiences to see before the big game. Well, McDonald's is really thinking outside the box with their attempt, as their Super Bowl commercial announces a near two-week period where the fast food chain will accept acts such as hugs, dancing, or a phone call to mom as payment from customers.

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Funny or Die Weather app offers a joke with the temperature

Funny or Die Weather app offers a joke with the temperature

Funny or Die, the comedy website co-founded by Will Farrell, has just launched a new iOS app in a category that's a bit unexpected. Funny or Die Weather is, as the name implies, primarily a weather app, but this one offers up a joke in the website's typical style alongside the temperature forecast. But the app itself is no joke, it sources its weather information from Weather Underground, features a simple, clean look that fits in with iOS 8's design, and best of all, it's completely free.

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ShipYourEnemiesGlitter.com owner selling site, tired of dealing with glitter

ShipYourEnemiesGlitter.com owner selling site, tired of dealing with glitter

Less than a week after launching, the Australian entrepreneur behind the fiendishly clever ShipYourEnemiesGlitter.com is trying to sell the site and be rid of the awful product he sends people at your request. 22-year-old Mathew Carpenter made headlines with his site that offered to anonymously mail an envelope full of glitter to any address in the world for $9.99. Turns out trying to ship glitter sucks just as much as receiving a "glitter bomb" in the mail.

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