Not every new item McDonald's has rolled out in its long and storied history has been a winner. Something tells me this will take its place next to the McDLT, McPizza, and the McLean Deluxe. Now I know why I never liked the McFlurry. Sure it's cold and creamy, but it's got that certain grit I just don't need in a chilled treat. Incidentally, and for those who haven't cottoned on yet -- this is supposed to be spelled "desserts." (image via Consumerist) Related articles McD's "snack size" McFlurry is a Snickers Bar dissolved in a can of Coca Cola! (weightymatters.ca) Artist Sculpts Skull Out Of McDonald's French Fries (consumerist.com) McDonald's Employees Stand Outside New Sonic To Remind People McDonald's Exists (consumerist.com) 'Seriously McDonalds' Hoax-Pic Anger...
The first rule of Fight Club is: You do not talk about Fight Club. The second rule of Fight Club, according to this DVR caption, is: If you must talk about Fight Club, do so in a way that makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. Because that's what Tyler Durden would do. Sorry for the crappy screen capture. For those with vision problems, here's what that jumbled mess says: "An insurance claims adjustor randomly meets a jovial soap-salesman after many repeated, desperate efforts to discover peace-of-mind serves to burden his insomniac tendencies, granting a dangerous new idea to create a kickboxing club secretly." I think the guy who wrote this maybe took one too many blows to the head, no? Related articles There's A Fight Club For Geeks In Silicon Valley. Seriously. (businessin
I think this is the first time an episode description from a DVR has broken the fourth wall. The paint fumes in question for this episode of Yes, Dear on TBS seem to have actually affected the writer of this little gem. It starts off well enough, but right around the third line it starts to jump the tracks. By line six it's clear someone is breathing dangerous fumes, and it ain't Kim or Greg.
So is this the result of an overzealous spellchecker or perhaps a frazzled ordinarily Disqus employee? Thanks to Thom for the great find.
Well that's sweet, I'm sure Lady will be very happy that her little man is faithful (if not very bright).
There are many ways to abuse the apostrophe, and this is one of the most annoying. Fortunately this place has really good pizza's.
Spotted this in the H&B aisle at the local ShopRite. You'd think that getting the name right would be easy, what with all the packages of Gillette Fusion razors right there in the clear tub, but then you'd be wrong.
I can only imagine that the only thing worse than being hit in the eyes by the venom of a spitting cobra would be being hit in the eyes by the venom of a spitting cobra and then having to try to edit an article about said cobra. That's the only explanation I can think of for the gaffes in this recent article from Yahoo! (courtesy LiveScience.com): Man that's gotta suck. Not only does the cobra nail you with some venom but it shouts at you too. "HAVE A FACEFUL OF THIS, JERKOFF!!!#!@ WOOO!$!!@#"
Compounding the tragedy of an accidental death, Yahoo! adds the crime of English manglage in the 2nd degree.