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A ran­dom rank­ing of re­cent bad be­hav­ior

Bloomberg Businessweek (Asia) - - THE CRITIC -

IT AIN’T EASY BE­ING JUSTIN BIEBER

Buy­ing his al­bums doesn’t en­ti­tle fans to pics with him, Bieber says, so he’ll no longer pose. It makes him feel “like a zoo an­i­mal, and I wanna … keep my san­ity.” Be­cause if there’s one thing the guy who once thought he could get his mon­key through Ger­man cus­toms is known for, it’s his san­ity.

POR­TRAIT OF AN IN­TER­NET FLAREUP

Photo-shar­ing app In­sta­gram changed its logo from an old­school cam­era to a sym­bol sug­gest­ing a cam­era, and al­most no one it. God for­bid the logo should clearly con­vey what the thing ac­tu­ally does.

DOES IT LOOK LIKE I CARE, JANET?

Is Tylenol mak­ing you a jerk? A new study re­ports that ac­etaminophe­n, the main in­gre­di­ent in many com­mon painkiller­s, may make it hard to em­pathize: If you don’t feel any pain, you may not feel some­one else’s. Which is ap­par­ently a bad thing, what­ever.

GOYA. OH, BOYA

A law­suit ac­cuses the com­pany of call­ing canned squid “oc­to­pus,” which has a sim­i­lar tex­ture but costs more. (Goya didn’t im­me­di­ately com­ment.) You can drown a cephalo­pod in gar­lic sauce, but don’t think we won’t know which one it is.

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