Can arrives at Juventus and Liverpool fans aren’t that bothered

first_img 1 Me after hearing Emre Can is finally going to Juventus— Owen (@Kloppoholic_) June 21, 2018 That was a long flight? He left like 6 months ago— Скот🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 (@ScottSiHodge) June 21, 2018 Finally 😂😂😂— LADYINRED (@LADYINRED270) June 21, 2018 To be honest no Liverpool fan cares Milner is better in his position anyway— Callum Nixon (@CallumNixon19) June 21, 2018 Finally the Emre Can saga has officially come to a close, with Juventus confirming his arrival. Overall, he’s just not as good as our other options, but even if he was, if your heart isn’t at Liverpool you can leave. Thanks for the memories and good luck #LFC 🔴— Hemish (@HemishKhera) June 21, 2018— Owen (@Kloppoholic_) June 21, 2018 Great signing for Juventus, especially on a free. He’ll do very very well in Italy. Good luck Emre 👍🏻— England 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 #WorldCup (@InferiorAnatomy) June 21, 2018— Milk & Honey(Fishtoes Remixes) (@fishtoes22) June 21, 2018 The 24-year-old is set to join the Serie A champions in a free transfer after touching down in Italy on Thursday morning for a medical.But if he was expecting an upset or angry reaction from Liverpool supporters, he didn’t get one.Instead, there was a mix of fond farewells and a general feeling of… ‘meh’.And, having already secured the arrivals of midfield duo Fabinho and Naby Keita this summer, a lot of Reds fans are happy to wave goodbye to Can after four years.Check out Liverpool fan reaction to Thursday’s Emre Can’s news below: Thanks for everything Emre, especially those goals v Hoffenheim & Watford, will defo miss seeing you in red. Best of luck in Turin!— Mhlebi (@Hlebbz1) June 21, 2018 It’s finally over!Emre Can and Juventus have put months (and months, and months…) of speculation to bed by announcing the midfielder’s move from Liverpool to Turin… and Reds fans are not really that fussed. Emre Can is finally set to join Juventus Yeah. You’re welcome to him. Expert at passing the ball backwards. Bye bye.— Robin in Bristol #peoplesvote (@robinkellett) June 21, 2018 I thought this happened weeks ago. Best of luck to Emre. He was a good player for Liverpool and I think the Italian league will suit him much more. #SerieA— Paul (@PaulM8314) June 21, 2018 He’s your problem now— (@ffskent) June 21, 2018 Good luck in Italy you handsome bastard. The quality of the hair at Liverpool has decreased with your departure. Thanks for your efforts and all the best!— John Dickinson (@JCDizzle) June 21, 2018last_img read more

Two Teens Create the Ultimate Hack for Messy Ice Cream Cones

first_img Elon Musk’s Cheeky ‘Nuke Mars!’ Post Is Taking Over TwitterA ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’-Themed Cookbook Is Coming This Fall Created by Oliver Greenwald and Sam Nassif, the “Drip Drop” is an edible ring that slides on regular-size ice cream cones. The ring, which is available in plain or chocolate-covered flavors, prevents ice cream from dripping onto other surfaces. The best part? You can nom on it after you’re ice cream is all gone.At the end of the day though, it’s not just about melting ice creams. This edible device might help reduce pollution. According to Greenwald and Nassif, an average of three napkins are used to help clean up each ice cream cone mess. By making the switch to Drip Drop, consumers can help protect the environment and minimize their carbon footprint whenever they eat gelato or frozen yogurt in cones.In 2016, Greenwald and Nassif took their edible innovation to ABC’s Shark Tank, where they delighted the judges with Drip Drop’s potential to help ice cream lovers worldwide. Over the past two years, Greenwald and Nassif have been working on Drip Drop’s manufacturing process, with the aim to test the product in the Denver market and launch it in stores next year.More on’s Cuts Happy Meal From its Dollar MenuWTF? Wednesday: 10 Wackiest Pumpkin Spice Products You Can BuyNissin Foods and Attack on Titan Team Up for Bizzare Noodle Commercial Creamy ice cream is a heavenly treat, especially when paired with a crunchy cone. Unfortunately, this dessert can get very messy if it starts to drip everywhere. Before you know it, you might end up with a puddle of gelato on your hands, clothes, and floor that can seriously kill the moment.If you’re over the melting dilemma, there’s hope. According to Business Insider, Two Denver-based teens have an edible solution for the messiest ice cream cones, and it could be a game-changer for the food industry.center_img Stay on targetlast_img read more