According to Yahoo, a father in Calgary, Alberta, Canada has received numerous negative comments on internet message boards after posting on his blog that he prefers his kindergartener to his toddler. From the article: “‘If I were to be absolutely… Read More ›
3 Worse Things Than Getting 1,000 Likes On WordPress 1. Getting 1,000 likes on your Facebook status: “I just got dumped after losing my job! 😦 😦 :(“ You don’t even have 1,000 Facebook friends, so who are the jerks… Read More ›
We first wrote about the Rich Kids of Instagram in an entry that can be viewed here. Tumblr.com, the 18th most visited web site in the world, according to Alexa estimates, is home to Rich Kids Of Instagram. Well, it’s… Read More ›
Canoe News reports that the Government Of Canada is spending over $800,000 Canadian investing in a meat-processing company to help them create sausages that don’t explode, in an apparent attempt to prevent Canadians who don’t know how to cook sausages… Read More ›
CNBC reports that sales of toy archery sets to young girls is on the rise thanks to the Disney-Pixar movie Brave, and Lion’s Gates’ Hunger Games. 3 Worse Things Your Kids Could Be Inspired To Play With Based On Movies… Read More ›
If Clint Eastwood Wanted To Debate An Empty Chair, There Were Plenty In Theaters When His Movie “J. Edgar” Opened!
At last night’s GOP convention, mystery guest speaker, Clint Eastwood, pretended to debate an empty chair, representing President Obama. 3 Other Places Clint Eastwood Could Find More Empty Chairs To Debate 1. At the opening weekend of the last movie… Read More ›
CNBC reports that two passengers who were asked to adjust their clothing on U.S. air carriers told their stories to sympathetic bloggers, leading to a viral debate of proper air travel attire. Specifically, a woman flying from Las Vegas was told… Read More ›
Good News! Airlines Are Less Likely To Lose Your Luggage! In Part Because Less Of You Are Bringing Luggage On To Planes To Save Baggage Fees!
The New York Times reports “good news” that airlines lost less luggage in 2011 than five years earlier. The New York Times cites various reasons, including fewer people are bringing luggage onto planes due to airlines charging fees to stow… Read More ›
Just In Time For The Olympic Closing Ceremonies… The Medals Of The Blogs We Read This Week! Tattoos, Dido, and Bucket Lists!
The Olympics are about to come to a close, and this is our 50th consecutive day of comedic blogging, so we decided to celebrate and create our own event: speed-reading of some of the blogs of readers who have liked… Read More ›
According to the Detroit Free Press, a 9-year-old boy has worked to help solve Detroit’s financial crisis by selling lemonade and popcorn. He began his mission on Monday of last week, and by the end of last Friday, he had… Read More ›