It’s no secret that there are Disney fanatics everywhere.
Especially if you’re on Facebook. Reminds us of an old joke: “how can you tell if someone loves Disney? — don’t worry, they’ll tell you.”
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If you have a dog, then chances are you know how easy it is to find food that your dog will like.
Basically — is it food? Let’s eat!
Very rarely are you going to run into a dog that doesn’t like anything you put in a bowl in front of them, or drop on the floor, or leave available on the counter. Dogs will eat pretty much anything you give them.
Finding someone online can be tricky.
No longer are you limited to hanging out at a bar and hoping the love of your life walks in, now you have to go through hoops to find the one you want to spend the rest of your life with online.
And not everybody on-line has your best interests in mind. Some of those folks are there to scam you.
When was the last time you went swimming in public?
Are you the type of man who feels it necessary to wear a t-shirt or a diving shirt when you hop into the pool? Or are you a man who proudly flaunts your man-boobs for the entire world to see? (no, you don’t get bonus points for having amazing abs — you are not the type of guy who would hide them in the first place)
Raise your hand if you watch that awesome ABC program SHARK TANK.
For those of you who haven’t, here’s the show in a nutshell:
Do you make a holiday shopping budget every year?
You know, how you carefully decide that you’re not going to spend any more than, say, $200 total over the course of the holidays… and then end up spending $1300 instead because you just end up going crazy at the mall? Everything’s on sale! Gotta get it now, now, now!
Have you ever quit your job?
Just grabbed your things and walked out the door, not looking back? Web Watch worked with one such person who, after a group meeting was over where they didn’t seem to agree with what was said, went back to their desk, left their access card, and walked out – not saying a word to anyone.
It was certainly an odd way to go for those who witnessed it.
What did you have to eat for Thanksgiving?
If you were anything like the average American family, your Thanksgiving meal likely looked something like this:
And that’s all just the appetizer course. Remember all the cheese, shrimp, crackers, beef stick, and other snacks you also ate during the game?
If economic conditions demanded you to make a choice — would you ever consider taking a job in the sex industry?
Trends reported in surveys say that the likelihood of you joining up and selling your soul is getting more and more likely.
We’re deep into the holiday travel season right now, and if there’s one thing that everyone should be careful about is what’s going on in those over-populated hotel rooms.
A little bit of hand sanitizer can go a long way in preventing a tiny bout of norovirus, but there are some things that hand sanitizer won’t take care of:
Let’s take a look at the current list of TOP GROSSING APPS for mobile devices. Note the large percentage of games on these lists versus other types of apps that could be making money for their developers.
In what will become an obsession for news agencies over the next 30 days, it’s time to begin reflecting upon what’s occurred over the past 11 months and use that information to fully represent what happened in the entire year.
Apparently, whatever happens in December doesn’t really count.
How many diet sodas do you drink in a day?
Two? Three? Twelve?
There’s a reason Diet Coke is more popular than regular Coca-Cola — people just like the taste better, regardless of whether they’re drinking it because it’s a diet beverage or not.
But have you looked at the ingredient label lately?
You know those playgrounds with all the plastic balls in the ballpit?
Web Watch told you about how those ballpit balls were covered with feces and germs, remember?
Well, IKEA has ballpits for their younger guests. Guess what they do?
As we’re getting into party season, it’s time to ensure that you’re prepared for the worst of the worst: the holiday party hangover.
Web Watch was talking with a parent of a 17-year-old teenager the other day about their preparations for heading off to college. According to the mother, teenagers today are concerned about drinking, to the point where many are purchasing breathalyzers to use on their driving friends as a way to convince them to stay off the road.