Briefly: Best Dog Breeds, McWhopper Stoush, Fat Duck Melbourne Review

Briefly: Best Dog Breeds, McWhopper Stoush, Fat Duck Melbourne Review
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Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: The 11 best dog breeds, McDonald’s shuts down Burger King’s “McWhopper” offer, inside Melbourne’s The Fat Duck temporary restaurant.

  • Here are all the big video games coming out in the fourth quarter of 2015, collected on Kotaku.
  • Dogs are the best. Incredibly loyal, they comfort, protect, and love their humans unconditionally, making dogs superior to any other pet out there. Here are 11 of the best breeds, according to Business Insider.
  • Burger King in the US recently attempted to bury the hatchet with arch rival McDonald’s via the creation of a “McWhopper” hybrid burger. Unsurprisingly, Maccas shut them down hard. Business Insider has the story.
  • Allure Media’s resident food critic Simon Thompson recently dined at Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck in Melbourne. His verdict? “Simply bloody delicious.” Check out the mouth-watering photos here.
  • Udemy is once again offering some of its online courses for free. This time the focus is on iOS 9 and OSX programming. Check them out here.

Comments

  • I’m glad that mixed breed dogs took out the #1 spot on that list. Mutts are awesome and have far fewer health problems than their pure bred cousins.

    • I think it’s great too, but I won’t be able to go past the Labrador after our last dog was so awesome 🙂

  • “Dogs are the best. Incredibly loyal, they comfort, protect, and love their humans unconditionally, making dogs superior to any other pet out there.”

    They also attack 100,000 Australians every year.

    Dogs also attack koalas making it the third most common cause of death after habitat clearing and vehicle strikes.

    And of course they kill more humans than sharks.

    Give me a cat any day.

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