Jeremy has been an Internet based writer for the past seven years.
Lay’s Unveils Chicken and Waffle, More Weird Flavors
In the past we've had some fun with the bizarrely-flavored potato chips that pop up overseas -- like the Pepsi and chicken crisps that are all the rage in China.
Restaurant Receipt Includes Discount For Well-Behaved Kids
As every parent knows, it's tough to get little kids to behave in a restaurant. Being in a new environment will excite the youngsters and many of their typically inoffensive meal time antics, such as loud talking, hyperactivity and the occasional food play, become amplified into something less adorable and more annoying when strangers are watching.
It’s Seniors Gone Wild In Taco Bell’s 2013 Super Bowl Commercial
In Taco Bell's 2013 Super Bowl commercial we meet Bernie Goldblatt, an older gentlemen who is being wished good night by an aide at the Glencobrooke Retirement Home. Or so she thinks he is going to sleep. In fact, Bernie's night is just beginning.
That Facebook Legal Settlement Email You Got Is For Real
Over the last week, about 125 million Facebook users in America received an email concerning a legal settlement of a class action suit against the social networking site.
Student Driver Attempts To Run Over Instructor After Failing Test
When a student fails a driving test, they sometimes respond emotionally.
Funeral Procession Takes Burger King Drive-Thru Detour
David Kime Jr. wasn't the kind to check the nutritional content of his food. According to the World War II veteran's daughter Linda Phiel her dad's idea of a healthy meal was "lettuce on his burger."
Homecoming Nominees Gives Crown to Student with Neurological Disorder
Scotty Maloney's chances of being crowned homecoming king were slim. Among other things, the junior at Unionville Community High School in Bedford County, Tennessee wasn't even nominated for the award.
White House Rejects Petition to Build Death Star
The White House's 'We The People' website, which allows citizens to petition the Obama administration to take action on issues facing the nation, has been in the news a lot lately.
Clerk Foils Robbery by Being on the Phone
The clerk at the Sheridan Mini Mart in East Bremerton, Washington probably isn't the world's greatest employee. In fact, when a woman came into the store at 10 PM Thursday night the slacker-in-question wouldn't stop talking on his phone as she tried to grab his attention. His conversation was so engrossing that he didn't even care that she had a gun.
Massive Christmas Light Display Impresses Internet, Annoys Neighbors
Last year the 56,000 light Christmas display which adorned Jan Stewart's Fountain Valley, California home went viral, with a YouTube video of the lights in action garnering close to 500,000 views.