It’s always such a thrill when a package arrives at your front door, even if you know what’s inside. So, what if you and your partner sent your faves a basket filled with goodies for Halloween? Of course, you may not have any boo basket ideas for couples right now, and that’s where we come in.
After scouring the Internet for the best products, we came up with a ton of boo basket ideas — each of which comes with its own theme. Some of these baskets will treat your friend and their partner to an at-home date night. Others will get their beloved pet involved in the holiday festivities.
Be warned: Once you put the basket together, you may want to just keep it for yourselves and enjoy the bags of peanut butter cups and matching sweaters in the comfort of your own home. But, it’ll be so much
The billionaire king of Thailand is running out of friends, at home and abroad.
King Maha Vajiralongkorn, who spends much of his time in Germany, in a hotel in the Bavarian Alps, accompanied by a modern-day harem of up to 20 female consorts, has nowbeen warned by Angela Merkel’s government not to conduct state business from German soil.
His residency there, which was revealed at the beginning of the coronavirus crisis when the hotel sought special permission to stay open, has become a flash point for unprecedented protests in Thailand against the repressive state and the semi-divine royal family.
The protests have been inflamed by reports of the king’s vast wealth, estimated by London’s Financial Times at between $30bn and $40bn, after sovereign funds were effectively put under his direct control by the leaders of a successful 2014 coup. He is
There’s never been a better time for nostalgic TV reunions and there are plenty coming to viewers in the future. Here are four big cast reunions we can’t wait for:
It’s Tool Time again! Sort of. Home Improvement‘s Tim Allen and Richard Karn, who played Tim Taylor and Al Borland, respectively, on the 1991–99 ABC sitcom, are rejoining forces for Assembly Required, a 10-episode competition coming to History next year. Contestants will rebuild common household items, trying to, yes, improve them. The duo, who cohost and judge, will also dig into the products’ history. Says Allen: “I’ve created a show to remind people of the satisfaction and pride that comes from rebuilding something on their own.”
The West Wing
“#TheWestWing team is getting back on the field!” Rob Lowe excitedly tweeted in late August. President Bartlet (Martin