If not – then rest assured that they still have the old-fashioned carnival barker there, offering to guess anything from your weight, to your zodiac sign, to your age — all for just a few dollars. Don’t worry – if they get it wrong, they hand you a stuffed animal worth $0.25 to them. It’s sheer profit, even if they lose every single transaction that they attempt.
One of life’s greatest gift-giving spectacles is the parade of men in stores like Victoria’s Secret, wandering around and trying to figure out what type of underwear or lingerie they should buy for their significant other.
As many women say, no matter how many times their man will insist that the gift of lingerie is for her – it’s still a gift for him.
The premise is simple: throw a ball into a cup, make your opponent drink. Web Watch has even been to the WORLD SERIES OF BEER PONG out in Las Vegas, and we’ll be the first to tell you that THAT event is a party and a half, even if the entry fee (including room, which cuts down on driving liability issues) starts at $500 per person.
Everybody likes to joke about how they’ll never eat at That Restaurant anymore, because that restaurant received a bad food health inspection score.
Web Watch fully subscribes to this theory, having rejected restaurant after restaurant that we used to enjoy, after they received less than 60 out of 100 possible points on inspection scores.
Look, we get it – the health inspector has a job to do to protect the public health. But remember, whenever you see a food score – keep in mind that it was likely negotiated UP a few points. In other words, the score of “80″ that you see pasted on the wall? Chances are it started out in the mid-60′s.
Back in the day (and it’s always “back in the day” with these types of stories, isn’t it?), Web Watch would be known to partake in a drinking game or two amongst friends.
Why? Mainly because the games themselves were kinda fun. A bit stupid, perhaps, but always a fun challenge. Drinking was merely secondary to the activity, as one never needs a “game” of any sort to take a drink whenever one would like.
The key, of course, is to know when to say when and back out of the activity. Drinking too much because of some stupid game rule is never a good idea for anyone.
Some people collect spoons, some people collect Hard Rock Cafe t-shirts from cities they’ve been. Some people do the Disney or Olympic pin trading thing, while others focus on specific types of artwork, or books.
Sure, it could lead to hoarding — but if your friends go out of their way to get you an item “because you have so many other things just like it”, then you just may already have a collection of sorts. And maybe it’s time to get some new friends.