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Fit Fix: This Burger Is Stuffed With Peanut Butter Cups — and It Wasn't Created in America

Today in cheat-day blowout meals, and everything else you need to know.
The PBC Burger from Ontario-based The Works

Morning, dudes. Here's some cool stuff to start your week off right on this Monday, November 9:

Sweet Heart Attack: The Works, a gourmet burger chain based in Ontario, Canada and the home of meaty concoctions like the "Nacho Libre" and the "Love Goat," has created a monster burger called the "Reese PBC," which is stuffed with mini Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, then topped with two slices of bacon, onion strings, and even more Peanut Butter Cups. One question: How did America not invent this first? [USA Today]

iPad Pro: Apple's new iPad Pro—a 12.9" monster tablet with unparalleled processing power—will be available to order online Wednesday and in stores later this week, the company announced.

C is for Cardiac: Google—sorry, Alphabet—is teaming up with the American Heart Association to create a five-year, $50 million research collaboration into the causes, treatment, and prevention of heart disease. The company's Life Sciences unit has already launched a "baseline study" to figure out exactly what defines a "healthy" human being. Presumably it does not involve eating burgers stuffed with candy. [Wall Street Journal]

In Your Eyes: Disney has dropped the first TV trailer for Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens, just a few days after releasing the international trailer for the highly-anticipated blockbuster. [The Verge]

Hazards of the Job: Reggie Bush is reportedly set to sue the city of St. Louis for gross negligence after the 49ers star slipped on concrete near the field in St. Louis' Edward Jones Dome and suffered a season-ending injury. [FOX Sports]

Victory in Their Talons: Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford slung a gorgeous 41-yard pass to Jordan Matthews in overtime to stun the Cowboys Sunday night, 33-27.



Peppers Gets Salty: Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton traditionally tosses a football to a kid in the stands after every one of his touchdowns. But Green Bay Packers linebacker Julius Peppers was having none of that on Sunday. (The Panthers won, 37-29.)




Taste of Her Cherry Chapstick: Jennifer Lawrence accidentally kissed Hunger Games co-star Natalie Dormer on the lips at the movie's London premiere on Thursday—and, after a little initial embarrassment, admitted she "liked it." That's how you handle accidentally kissing Natalie Dormer, you guys. [Entertainment Weekly]

Jennifer Lawrence / Natalie Dormer


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