Receiving Lost Just Got A Lot More Exciting Thanks To T-Pain

Living in New York City, I practically by no means drive. Since I almost never drive, I do not usually know exactly where I’m going when I do. Since I do not generally know where I’m going, I want someone or anything to tell me. Simply because occasionally we deserve nice items, that someone can now be T-Pain if that some thing is Waze.

The navigation service and the singer announced on Thursday that there’s a new setting in the app that permits you to decide on T-Pain as the voice directing you to make that left in 200 feet. Adhere to these steps to have T-Discomfort join your next commute: Menu → Settings → Sound → Voice Language → T-Pain.

From now on, when you miss a turn and get re-rerouted, there’s practically nothing to be upset about, because who can get mad at T-Discomfort?

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‘Twilight’ Is Receiving A New Edition For Its 10th Anniversary — Here’s What Bonus Content We’re Thirsty For

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It is been almost ten complete years considering that Stephenie Meyer’s dreamy vision of a vampire-human adore affair in the meadow became a typeset reality in “Twilight,” the very first installment of her 4-book-film-film-international-phenom “Saga” which originally hit shelves on Oct. 5, 2005.

But the series promised its super devoted fanbase “Forever,” and it looks like forever is what we’re obtaining due to the fact, yes, even much more “Twilight” is on the way.

To celebrate the first book’s huge birthday, publisher Little Brown will be releasing a new edition of the initial book featuring some mouthwatering bonus content material that is sure to have all the hearts aflutter — and we have a few requests.

  • “Midnight Sun.”

    Stephenie Meyer’s unfinished version of Edward Cullen’s perspective of the 1st novel has in no way been published — except online, unlawfully and then on Stephenie Meyer’s personal website. But she has by no means closed the book on the story totally — it was put “on hold indefinitely” but never ever cancelled. So, probably this edition could contain the draft — or even, gasp, a completed vision of the new spin? (Hey, we know it’s a extended-shot, but dare to dream, correct?)

  • Or maybe even a new perspective?

    Even if Meyer is not feeling up to the job of finishing her first Edward Cullen viewpoint work (understandable) there are nonetheless a lot of other fan-favourite characters to mind-mine from — like, say, Alice Cullen. We still haven’t gotten to see, from her written point of view, specifically how those visions work. As considerably as Steph loves her, we’re completely betting on Alice.

  • Charlie and Renée, a short history.

    “Breaking Dawn – Element 1″ showed us just how freakin’ cute the former Swans need to have been together. It might be a little sadspice, sure, but a backstory on Chief Swan and the former Mrs. would be adorable all the very same.

  • Deleted scenes?

    It is extremely attainable that the very first “Twilight” edition integrated some material that got snipped out in the editorial method for length’s sake, but now we can totally feast on that. Bring. It. ON.

“It’s wonderful to me that ten years have passed considering that ’Twilight’ was first published,” Meyer stated in a statement. “For me, this anniversary is a celebration of the fans, with all of their extraordinary passion and dedication. I’m excited to get to spend time with them once again.”

The hardcover edition will be released on Oct. six, with the paperback version following on Oct. 27.

To promote the release, Meyer will attend New York Comic-Con for an event and autographing session on Thursday, Oct. 8 at 1:45 p.m. EST, and she will also speak with MTV News’ Josh Horowitz for a particular “After Hours” episode devoted to the 10th Anniversary of “Twilight” and the new edition of the novel that the entire planet sunk its teeth into.

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