A local Philadelphia ice cream shop releases two ads that creep out fans on Youtube. Little Baby’s Ice Cream has released two bizarre ads featuring a Gollum-like creature made out of the company’s 16% butterfat confections. We’re not exactly sure what flavor the creature in “This Is Special Time” is eating from his own head, but he sure seems to be enjoying it. The ad follows another equally strange spot, “Love Lickers” released by the ice cream shop back in March:
The Olympic games are a time for sportsmanship, patriotism and drinking -- lots and lots of drinking. Party like it’s Saturday night in the Olympic Village from the comfort of your La-Z-Boy with the 2012 Summer Olympics Drinking Game from the Cheezburger Network.
Chick-fil-A, facing a barrage of social media criticism for the company’s founders’ views on gay marriage, has been outed for apparently creating a fake Facebook account in an attempt to counter the debate.
Update: A Chick-fil-A rep has denied that the chain created a fake account.
If you think you’re keeping any secrets on Facebook, think again. It’s not just what you post on the social networking site, but how you post it that reveals what kind of person you are. That’s the contention of researchers at the University of Missouri who have developed a new scale that judges people’s personality based on how they use the popular social media site.
Tanning mom Patricia Krentcil says she’s gone a month without tanning, and it’s taking some getting used to.
“I feel weird and pale,” she said. “I’ve had moments where I’ve felt like, ‘I need to be tan.’ And I did all the spray tans and lotions and creams, too — anything to get dark. Once a doctor told me to stop tanning. But I didn’t listen to him. I wanted to be dark. I like looking like I just got back from vacation.”
In the days following the tragic Aurora, Colorado killings, approximately 30 Facebook pages that pay tribute to the killer have appeared. One of the pages, which has more than 800 followers, is written in Holme’s authorial voice. The following is a recent unedited post from that page:
L.A. was hit by two small earthquakes Wednesday morning. The first was a magnitude 3.7 quake located two miles from Marina del Rey, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 3:18 a.m.
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