Think of it like a dating app for your guts – it matches you with mates you have on Facebook so you can experience some Maxibonding time / live your best ice cream consuming life.Best of all, you and your mate can get in on Snackr's best feature: buy one Maxibon and get the other one for free.If you could set him up, which fellow star would you ship Go Kyung Pyo with? TV has partnered with Maxibon to make sure you never smash one of their ace ice creams alone.It looks like the email we have in your account is invalid. During his chat with the publication, he discussed his love life and opinion of his last two K-dramas. The 26 year-old actor had this to say about his personal life, "When I am in a relationship, I try to be genuine to the other person I've dated as much as the next person... Because I do it so often, my friends even say it back to me."Go can easily immerse himself into the character he is playing at the moment.The talented actor was relieved that his former role in Answer Me 1988 didn't get in the way of his most recent one."It was cool to see my previous character not distract me from the recent character.Before I started shooting character), but as I started working on the new drama, I was able to show a different character, so I was proud of myself."Go definitely gave viewers an intense form of second lead syndrome this year.
Tired of seeing Aussies eat ice cream solo, the good humans at Maxibon have taken it upon themselves to create an app called Snackr.
Taking the cat photos, names and likes from the shelter's site, he created dating-service-style profiles giving the cats human dislikes, with a comedic touch.
While the cats' "likes" included normal feline favorites, such as "sleeping in a sunbeam" or "taking naps," the dislikes really cat-apulted the signs to success.
Comedian Jeff Wysaski has entertained the internet for years by leaving humorous signs and other items in plain view, rewarding sharp-eyed readers.
(Check out his Obvious Plant Facebook and Instagram accounts for more projects.)Last week, Wysaski turned his talents to creating funny profiles for cats up for adoption at his local animal shelter, the Sante D'Or Foundation in Los Angeles.