As a baseball fan, you hate to let the opportunity to snag a foul ball pass you by. But a dad at Monday night’s game in Atlanta had a good reason not to go for a ball that was headed his way — the Braves’ fan was busy holding his baby.
When Tanishq Abraham was around two-years-old, his parents noticed there was something different about him. He was already counting, and seemed to be able to grasp concepts way beyond his years. By age four Tanishq was accepted into the high IQ society MENSA.
Fireworks may have originally been a product of China, but there is nothing more American than setting these babies on fire for July 4th. Alcohol also happens to be a big part of our Independence Day traditions, and when booze is combined with firecrackers things can get pretty messy.
But it wasn’t to be. The pamphlet was a hoax, put up by a soulless prankster as a way of getting back at a rival by making their phone number the number to call for a job at the make believe new fast food restaurant.
When NPR radio reporter Jeff Cohen’s 5-year-old daughter Sadie gave her 3-year-old sister Eva a very unauthorized haircut, he obviously wasn’t too pleased. But it didn’t take long for him to realize that Eva’s new asymmetrical do (pictured left) was actually pretty funny and that the story of how the haircut came to be was downright adorable.
Recent natural disasters, like the wildfires in Colorado and Tropical Storm Debby, have destroyed millions of homes and left citizens in turmoil. But starting Thursday, smartphones will be receiving alerts from the National Weather Service about potentially dangerous weather and emergencies so we can all react and plan faster.
Toyota, Honda, Mercedes, Ford, Chevy, Nissan… All these brands claim to sell the best cars on the market, boasting reliability, endurance, speed and the like. But when it comes to what the general public thinks, which of these brands actually lives up to their claim?
If you are invited to a friend’s home for dinner, etiquette experts suggest you bring a gift as a way of rewarding the time and expense your hosts have put into the evening. However, due to time constraints, familiarity or a lack of awareness of that etiquette suggestion, a gift isn’t always bought.
Sure there is the odd cheese-hater out there, but for the most part we can all agree that a slice of the dairy product is only going to make a burger better.
Yet the folks at KFC have managed to screw that up. The ad pictured here — which is the embodiment of “you’re doing it wrong” — features a new chicken sandwich being offered at the fast food chain’s locations in the Philippines.
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