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Phoenix resident Tim Lake staged a campaign to find the thief who allegedly made off with his Amazon purchase. (Source: KPHO/YouTube) Phoenix resident Tim Lake staged a campaign to find the thief who allegedly made off with his Amazon purchase. (Source: KPHO/YouTube)

(RNN) - The problem of stealing delivery packages off porches has gotten out of hand when people stoop to taking ice trays and personal coffee pods.

A woman who stole from Phoenix resident Tim Lake got exactly that after she pulled off the packing peanuts, according to KPHO.

Of course, a thief has no way of knowing what's inside those taped, brown boxes. Our guess is she was expecting an iPad, maybe?

Cookie Monster teaches self-control

Not that you need another reason to watch public television (seriously, you should), the famed bandit of all things chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin or otherwise cookie-related is abstaining.

And he is using a cover of Icona Pop's I Love It as motivation.

Good for you, Mr. Monster. Good for you.

Cat celebrates Shark Week

Thankfully, we're far enough removed from Discovery Channel's disastrous promotion of Shark Week involving the sacrifice of Snuffy the seal.

Actually, that's not true. It was a horrible commercial that still gives me nightmares.

But one cat has forgiven enough to dress like a shark and vacuum her owner's floor. Yeah, read that one again … or just watch the video.

Making hip-hop look cute

No, seriously, just hear us out. There are no guns or drugs, nor are there several minutes of half-naked women.

There are, however, lots of pink tutus, cupcakes and princess tiaras.

And a dope beat - can't forget about that. The dope beat is important.

Manning family goes gangsta for DirecTV

Since we're on the subject of people we're surprised to see in hip-hip videos

Peyton, Eli and Archie Manning, break dancing and a gold football. Enough said.

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