About the only thing I like about this new digital age we live in, is the competition by advertisers to get my attention on TV. I must admit, there are some commercials that make me actually LOL and thanks to the invention of the DVR (OK, two things) I watch this one over and over and over and over and ....
Remember that time that #BooksWithALetterMissing was trending on Twitter, and it was hilarious? No, because your life consists of more than clicking around the internet all day searching for meaning in your life that you're never going to find? Well, let us tell you -- it was indeed hilarious.
It begins simply, like any other day. You get a cup of coffee, head your desk, laundry room back upstairs-whatever. That's how it was for me on this day, just a normal regular day doing normal regular day stuff in the morning.
Taking good pictures is a really tricky skill to perfect, yet when photos are shot correctly, they can be awesome. (See: photobombs and perfectly-timed versions). But there is a bright side to photography failure -- sometimes it can create a weird and strangely entertaining creation. Cue: panoramic fails.
We all get them. Spam email from friends, family and lord knows who else. Sometimes they are funny and sometime they are just a waste of time and others make you think things through...this is one of those emails.
One of the most talked about ads during the Super Bowl was the Paul Harvey “God Made A Farmer” ad. We were all moved by it and made us appreciate the farmer even more. What if Paul was doing an ad about DJ’s?
I find it hard to believe this show is still on the air. Does anyone really watch this show or is the network just too embarrassed to pull the plug on the dumbest show on TV? Now Brad Paisley has loaned out his talent for the show...or did he?
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