Thank you, Internet: Biscuit Tacos and Pumpkin Cheesecake ice cream


For most of us, this week was a short one. This doesn't make the end of a Friday any less welcome, though. Here are some links that should help you push through the last few hours of your week:

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1. Following the success of their Doritos Loco Tacos, Taco Bell is currently testing seven different varieties of the best twist on breakfast, ever: the biscuit taco. The ones we're most excited about? The Southern staple sausage and gravy and a fried chicken taco with jalapeño honey. Bring to Orlando immediately, please, Taco Bell.

2. Add this to the list of things we really, really want (despite a totally ridiculous name). Ritot may be the coolest watch since the resurgence of the Swatch. It looks like a bracelet (there's a sporty model, too) and projects the time right onto your hand. No more squinting at a non-illuminated watch face at the club, trying to figure out how much longer until last call.

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Orlando Weekly’s Annual Manual: 27 reasons to love Ivanhoe Village

3. Despite stepping down from his position on the Ivanhoe Main Street District, ex-director Scottie Campbell still has lots of love for the Ivanhood. This gallery showcases 27 reasons why we love it, too.

Orlando Weekly’s Annual Manual: 27 reasons to love Ivanhoe Village
  • Orlando Weekly’s Annual Manual: 27 reasons to love Ivanhoe Village

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4. Even though it's not officially fall yet, the onslaught of pumpkin-flavored everything has begun. Baskin Robbins is leading the delicious pack with the introduction of their new seasonal flavor: Pumpkin Cheesecake ice cream. Pair that with one of the ice cream shop's pumpkin crème brûlée-flavored coffees and a happy fall hipster you'll be.

5. This friendship between Hazel the Havanese and Prickles the Hedgehog is literally (new definition!) heart-meltingly adorable.

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