Wednesday 12/11/2013: The average man spends almost a year of his life doing this...What is it? Answer: Staring at Women! (Women spend 2 1/2 months of their lives staring at men)
Tuesday 12/10/2013: According to a recent online survey...2 out of 10 of us call this person on average once a week...Who is it? Answer: Ourselves (To find our own phone)
Monday 12/9/2013: This Christmas tradition is so HUGE in Japan...people wait in line for hours to buy this on Christmas morning...What is it? Answer: KFC
Tuesday 12/3/2013 - Friday 12/6/2013: The country of Brazil celebrates this well known American with an annual festival honoring this person...Who is this person? Answer: Orville Redenbacher (Was born in Brazil in 1907)
Monday 12/2/2013: This was originally going to be called “RedBow”...what was it eventually called? Answer: Orville Redenbacher's Popcorn
Adam Sandler is a long way from his days as a box office powerhouse, but that's not stopping studio execs from throwing money at the funnyman. With bombs like Jack & Jill and That's My Boy, Sandler tops Forbes' "Most Overpaid Actors" list of 2013.
According to the magazine, Sandler earns $15 million per movie but delivers only $3.40 for every $1 paid.
Close behind is Katherine Heigl, who returns only $3.50 for every dollar paid.
Rounding out the Top 5 are Reese Witherspoon, Nicolas Cage and Kevin James. Jennifer Aniston came in at number-eight.
That's really Ben Stiller doing skateboard tricks in The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. Stiller tells us, “We had safety harnesses and things like that, but I wanted to do it for real as much as possible...I skateboarded as a kid...I could tic-tac. Do they still use that term, tic-tac? They don't. Tic-tac sound very '70s – I could tic-tac though."
This talking boat on the highway is the silliest thing you'll see all day.
Two friends trying to teach their buddy a lesson about the danger of driving drunk, perform the most epic prank ever. Hopefully this five-time DUI dummy learned his lesson.
The Utah Jazz mascot recently messed with some Houston Rockets fans and then things got out of control when the fan poured his beer over the mascot's head. Is this fight real? Possibly. Is it fake? Most likely. But it's definitely hilarious.
Can you imagine being a soldier oversees...serving our country...and being hundreds OR EVEN thousands of miles from your loved ones?
NOW JCPenney is making it easy and FUN to show those who serve how much we really appreciate their service. And it's not going to cost you a dime!
All you have to do is go to http://www.jcp.com/jinglemingle and join the digital choir and sing along to Silent Night with Blake Shelton! From now until December 31st...for each video added JCPenney will make a 20 dollar donation to the USO...up to $100,000!!! If I can do it...So can YOU!
Get complete details at: http://www.jcp.com/jinglemingle And to all that serve our country...We thank you...and may you have a Merry Merry Christmas!
The Best Christmas Movies of All Time
According to the Online Community of Ranker.com
We've already discussed the Biggest Christmas Movies...as far a profits...but this is a list of the BEST...The Best Christmas Movies...regardless of profit! These the 10 biggest movies as ranked by online community of ranker.com
1 A Christmas Story (1983)
2 Home Alone (1990)
3 It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
4 National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989)
5 A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965)
6 How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966)
7 Elf (2003)
8 Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964)
9 Scrooged (1988)
10 The Santa Clause (1994)
Playing the role of Santa can be very demanding and difficult, especially when several glasses of eggnog have been enjoyed. Here's a great compilation of epic Santa fails to get you into the holiday spirit.
That dollar bill signed by all four Beatles in 1964, which sold on eBay on Wednesday for $24,000, sold again on Thursday for just over $25,000. Apparently Wednesday's buyer got cold feet so it was re-listed for one day only and sold after just three bids.
The bill was signed by the group, along with New York disc jockey Murray the K, who called himself "The Fifth Beatle," just before their appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964. The listing said it was the only Beatles autographed U.S. dollar bill known to exist, though reports of a second signed bill have since surfaced.