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The First Dating App Specifically For Bacon Lovers Gets Romance Sizzling

Since the dawn of Tinder, it seems online dating is definitely here to stay. But what if you want a connection deeper than just swiping right to every person you think is fit? That’s where Sizzl comes in…

The design for the app was made by Oscar Mayer, a US meat company – so this does suspiciously seem like some sort of cheeky marketing strategy. However it’s all a bit of fun: and who doesn’t like bacon?



The free app’s tagline is very fitting: ‘the only dating app exclusively for bacon lovers… Because why should you settle for someone who doesn’t love bacon?’ with the added description stating: ‘If you get hot thinking about how many hours your bacon’s been cured and naturally smoked, download Sizzl to connect with thousands of lovers who share your discriminating taste in the world’s loveliest meat.’ Is that swoon worthy or is that swoon worthy?



The important question the app asks is how you take your bacon, which is the key matching technique here. You then rate them on the Sizzl meter (wow…) and if all goes to plan and your bacon preferences match, you can exchange details.



Well then, if that doesn’t roast your pork chops (I had to) then I don’t know what will.

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Google doodle remembers Kannada actor Rajkumar on his birth anniversary

New Delhi 
Google today dedicated its doodle to veteran Kannada actor Rajkumar and paid a tribute to the star on the occasion of his 88th birth anniversary.

The doodle sees a larger-than-life Rajkumar on the silver screen while the audience sitting in a theatre cheers for him.
According to Google doodle team's post on their blog, "Early drafts of today's Doodle featured different interpretations of the beloved star's work. The first illustrates Rajkumar singing and holding the white bird from Kasturi Nivasa, a quintessential Kannada drama and a cornerstone of Rajkumar's cinematic legacy. Another Doodle draft showcases an array of iconic characters Rajkumar played over a half century of acting. Ultimately, the Doodle team decided to feature Rajkumar's larger-than-life personality beaming at a crowd of moviegoers from the silver screen where his legacy lives on for generations of Indian audiences."
The doodle will be seen for the entire day today.
A #GoogleDoodle in India celebrating actor, singer, and cultural icon, Rajkumar! 🎭 🎤 → https://t.co/TtmZJ8Z7x8 pic.twitter.com/RDiwCCNUU5
— Google Doodles (@GoogleDoodles) April 23, 2017
Born on April 4, 1929, as Singanalluru Puttaswamayya Muthuraju, the legendary actor is a four-time National award winner, a recipient of the Padma Bhushan (in 1983) and the Dadasaheb Phalke Award (in 1995) for the lifetime contribution to Indian Cinema.

He started his film career in 1954 in the film ' Bedara Kannapa' and went on to star in over 220 movies, his last being ' Shabdavedhi' in 2000.

In 2000, the Kannada icon had to face a bad phase, when he was kidnapped by sandalwood smuggler Veerappan and was held captive for 108 days.

The actor died of cardiac arrest at his residence in Bangalore on April 12, 2006 at the age of 77. 

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  1. Primeiro! Maximus!

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