Stunning price for Balenciaga trash bags, chorizo ​​finds its place among the stars and 99 troubles, but ice cream ketchup isn’t one

Stop wondering which brand will have the quirkiest fashion accessory this year because Balenciaga has it in the bag. Despite stiff competition from Louis Vuitton’s $1,640 chopsticks and $8,700 Dior garden set earlier this year, the Spanish luxury label topped them all with the launch of its $1,790 garbage bag this week.

Balenciaga’s $1,790 trash bag embodies the trash aesthetic

Dubbed the ‘garbage bag’, the calfskin drawstring bag comes in black, white, blue and yellow. “I couldn’t pass up an opportunity to make the world’s most expensive garbage bag because who doesn’t love a fashion scandal?” said Balenciaga creative director Demna Gvasalia. But surely the real question is: what day are you taking it out?

Cat health app helps to avoid cat atrophy

Cat owners, if your cat’s feelings have ever got you thinking, then a newly released app is here to help.
With this week being International Cat Day, it was just the right time to unveil Tablely, an app developed by a Canadian animal health technology company that uses a phone’s camera to tell if a moggy is in pain. Using ear and head position, snout tension, and whisker change — known as the “cat’s grimace scale” — the tool can help tell human cat owners if something is bothering their sour hangover.

One small step for a man, one giant leap for Italian food


Etienne Klein CHORIZO as Proxima Centauri

Is there life on Mars? Who knows, but at least Nasa has silenced theories that pasta might exist. Earlier this year, an image beamed back to Earth from the Perseverance rover appeared to show spaghetti on the red planet’s surface. But after much analysis, the space agency was able to reveal this week that it was actually a piece of web that had covered the space rover as it descended.
The revelation follows hot on the heels of French scientist Étienne Klein, who tweeted a new image of the star Proxima Centauri. After it was widely shared, he revealed it was a prank and what his followers all marveled at was actually a piece of chorizo. Talk about telling porkies.

Ketchup ice cream, anyone? I milk you


Flavors from Ice Cream Project London

Have you ever thought about what ketchup ice cream tastes like? No, neither do we. But until August 28, a London pop-up is offering customers a chance to find out.
Shoppers at the Ice Cream Project in central London can now enjoy the heatwave with a cooling tub of Porridge, Baked Bean or Brown Sauce ice cream, alongside other Twists on Store Cabinet Classics.
So far there are no plans for the trend to reach Ireland. We may have 99 problems, but ketchup ice cream isn’t one.

Reptile Wrangler Prize certainly wasn’t hissed

Of all the jobs that a career counselor might raise an eyebrow at, “professional snake hunter” would surely be one of them. And yet, this week more than 850 reptile breeders converged on the Florida Everglades in hopes of bagging the $2,500 prize at the annual Florida Python Challenge.
The 10-day event was created in 2013 to stop the devastation being wreaked by invasive Burmese pythons on native species such as deer, raccoons, possums and foxes. The prize money is determined by the quantity of snakes caught, not quality – which is a shame for amateur snake hunter Joshua Laquis, who caught the longest python this year at 17ft 7in. Stunning price for Balenciaga trash bags, chorizo ​​finds its place among the stars and 99 troubles, but ice cream ketchup isn’t one

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