Mike Wellzss was hanging out at Taco Bell Saturday night with his buddy Richard who got a little antsy from all the beans. So what did Rich do?
He proceeded to straddle the handrail at the order line with one leg, tuck in his head, and continuously spin on the railing over and over–reminiscent of Sonic the Hedgehog. Perhaps this will be Taco Bell’s Superbowl commercial next year.
Amazon has been called the Walmart of the Internet, selling every product from A to Z. They aren’t only convenient, but also are favored for their famous customer service.
But their latest convenient shipping option may have gone too far. With ‘Amazon Yesterday Shipping,’ you can order shoes now to be delivered yesterday. Just don’t try to return those yesterday shoes. Because the simple Amazon customer service options just might destroy the fabric of space and time.
All pop songs seem to traverse through the same cycle. The song debuts and quickly spreads, cherished by all. But just as quickly as the track reaches the top is it overplayed by every radio station, mall, and county fair, resulting in fan quickly getting sick of it.
It’s a strange paradox. On one hand, we feel like we just heard it, and beg who’s ever in charge of the radio to switch stations. But on the other hand, we just can’t help but singing along at the top of our voices. “But you didn’t have to cuuuut me ooooof!”
If you were chillin’ with your best bud, and you discovered that he was the Spiderman, what would be the first thing you ask him?
Maybe, “Climb the wall!” or “Shoot your web!” but that’s not what this buddy wanted to know when he discovered he was best friends with Spiderman.
No, he wanted to know if Spiddy could… help him make next year’s Halloween costume.