Kraft foods issued a press release today entitled “JELL-O to Save the World From Mayan Apocalypse.” The company suggests it will: “…try to save the world from the Mayan-predicted apocalypse by appeasing the gods with an unexpected and fun offering… Read More ›
As we wrote yesterday, a new luxury iPad available from the United Kingdom includes splinters of 65-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Bones. 3 Worse Things To Include With An iPad 1. A coupon allowing 2 to dine for $9.98 at McDonald’s. Really? If… Read More ›
The Rich Kids Of Instagram Are Getting Edgy! Will Someone Throw Them A Bone! Specifically An iPad Encrusted With Dinosaur Bones.
CNBC reports that British company Stuart Hughes is offering an iPad for about $8 million U.S., encrusted with diamonds, which can be viewed here. From the Stuart Hughes description of the “iPad 2 Gold History Edition” write-up: “However to make… Read More ›
Texas Town Apparently Takes Lyrics To “Pour Some Sugar On Me” Literally… By Intentionally Adding Sugar To The Water Supply!
CBC reports*, in an interview that can be listened to here, that a Texas town is adding 4 tablespoons of sugar to every eight ounces of tap water, with the goal of increasing water consumption by getting residents to drink… Read More ›
Pizza hut is now advertising Hot Dog Stuffed Pizza in Canada. “It’s greatness – stuffed with greatness!” Wait a minute… if you stuff greatness with greatness, aren’t you making one solid circular object of pure greatness, indicating it’s really not stuffed… Read More ›
Microsoft is launching Windows 8, which according to CNN is their way of saying “goodbye start button,” and hello just tickle the computer or something and something you want to happen may happen. Instead of paraphrasing geeky highly technological words,… Read More ›
McDonald’s Continues Ad Campaign Where Canadians Ask Unusual Questions… And Has A Frequently Asked Questions Page About Asking Questions
We recently reported that McDonald’s Canada has launched an ad campaign where they allow Canadians to use Twitter or Facebook to ask the company questions about McDonald’s on a web site. In fact, McDonald’s now has a “Frequently Asked Questions”… Read More ›