Google hides things within their search engine. For example, go to Google Images and type in Atari Breakout. A game of breakout or pong will ensue.
Arby's - Go in and order a chicken cordon bleu or Arby's melt
McDonald's - Neopolitan milkshake isn't on the menu but you may order one! Also, Mc10:35 is a McDouble with Egg Mcmuffin all in one.
In & Out - This fast food restaurant actually has their own language called, animal style. This unlocks secret menu variations. Animal fries include melted cheese smothered with onions on top of fries. Also not on the menu, Grilled Cheese and Veggie Burger.
Chipotle - Try a Quesarrito and get a Quesadilla instead of a Burrito.
Dairy Queen - Order a 'suicide' and you'll get a Mr. Misty with all of the flavors listed.
Sbarro - You could order dough ball $1.99
Taco Bell - They will make a Cheesy Gordita Crunch with a nacho cheese or cool ranch taco shell for you.
Taco John's- Try ordering a Chicken Ranch Burrito Cheese Chilito. They will also make you an Arnold Palmer which is half sweet tea and half lemonade.
Johnny's 10 year old sister was recently called a bully by the school principal after she pushed a kid to the ground. What the teacher principal didn't witness is the boy who was pushed, insulted Johnny's little sister for being a tomboy. She didn't know how to react other than push him to the ground. We opened up the phone lines and asked if the term, "bully" is being overused by today's standards.
1758 - How are her actions any different from his words??? It was her way to hurt him like he did her.
2502 - If that's bullying then i'd hate to see what a worse situation would be labeled as.
5696 - I think u are very right. I dont think she should have gotten in trouble its just shows the boy that she is not afraid to stand up for herself
8878 - I think the term is over used but still think its ok to pick apart the littler stuff to prevent situations or behaviors from getting worse. It's just important to pay attention to what's going on.
1685 - yes, we live in a society that feels everyone needs a label, for all situations not just bullying
4773 - The word bully is used to much. AND kids aren't Born bullies we need to remember where they're learning from---The parents look at all the gossipy 40-year-old Out there---Adults need to set a better example
1607 - It is being way overused. Bravo for that girl standing up for herself. maybe if that kid didn't make fun of her first he wouldnt have got beat up by a girl.
9473 - I think using the term so losely devalues or draw attentions from those who are actually being bullied.
Manly Man - A man who isn't afraid of getting dirty, doesn't shower on the daily, will go out for a beer or meal in ripped jeans and disheveled hair. This guy probably has tattoos, his vehicle is layered with fast food wrappers and enjoys rough sex.
Girly Man - A man who takes longer to get ready when going out with his significant other. He calls his Mom every day and invites her over on Sundays without spouse approval. This gentleman enjoys making love and doesn't swear.
7362 - Girly, I like a man with great style
1933 - Manly! I want a rugged guy who isn't afraid of getting dirty.
4846 - It's hard. I find sexy qualities in both. Sensitive guy who dresses well but can be an animal in the bed room.
9375 - I've noticed I'm more attracted to the dirtballs and sleazebag types but those relationships haven't ended well for me. I'm now dating a clean cut suit but miss the grubby oil stained jerks that made me wait up late at night wanting them to call.
7984 - I agree with the manly man because the girly man could be questioning lol
0712 - Manly man
A new poll by Harris Interactive found that the TV/movie mom Americans would most like to have had growing up is . . . June Cleaver from "Leave It to Beaver". Coming in second was Clair Huxtable from "The Cosby Show". There aren't any surprising entries on the list . . . until you get to #10, which is MICHELLE DUGGAR from "19 Kids and Counting".
Here's the Top 10:
1. June Cleaver from "Leave It to Beaver" . . . played by Barbara Billingsley
2. Clair Huxtable from "The Cosby Show" . . . played by Phylicia Rashad
3. Carol Brady from "The Brady Bunch" . . . played by Florence Henderson
4. A tie between Marion Cunningham from "Happy Days", who was played by Marion Ross . . . and Donna Stone from "The Donna Reed Show", who was played by Donna Reed.
6. Harriet Nelson from "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet"
7. Lucy Ricardo from "I Love Lucy" . . . played by Lucille Ball
8. Samantha Stevens from "Bewitched" . . . played by Elizabeth Montgomery
9. Roseanne Connor from "Roseanne" . . . played by Roseanne Barr
10. Michelle Duggar from "19 Kids and Counting"
Johnny - Marge Simpson - The Simpsons
Cari - Kitty Foreman from That 70's Show
Stunt Monkey - Jill Taylor - Home Improvement
In honor of Mother's Day, The Big Hot Morning Show asked for Mom's to confess their mess. To get the ball rolling, Cari kicked this segment off with a few of her confessions:
I sometimes where maternity jeans but haven't been pregnant well over a year.
Sometimes I'll put Ryder in his clothes so Ben doesn't need to get him dressed the next day.
I flush the toilet when my husband is taking a shower because I'm jealous that he actually gets any time alone without the kids bothering him. Then I smile when he yells, "who did that?", I usually blame it on Dakota.
Off the text club:
2946 - I hate reading bedtime stories but I know I have to do it but sometimes, I just let them fall asleep watching TV.
2828 - I forget to brush my 1 year old's teeth alot. Good thing the teeth will fall out.
9012 - I kiss my teenage kids goodbye in the morning before school and they always hate it, my daughter fights with me. As soon as they walk out the door I flip them off, with both hands.
5342 - I joined a gym just for the free daycare. I drop the kids off and read magazines and blogs in the locker room.
4857 - I throw candy wrappers behind the couch and then blame the kids when my husband finds them.
9965 - I have a favorite child and I am hardest on him because I feel so guilty about it.
3522 - Three kids and my husband has never changed a poopy diaper. He says he hates the smell. Like I enjoy it?
9865 - I sometimes act like i am still asleep in the morning so my husband has to get up to feed our 3 and 6 yr olds.
8402 - I hide the good candy/ice cream until my three year old is in bed.
7716 - Sometimes after the baby poops in his diaper I pretend I'm busy with something and tell dad to check the diaper so he has to deal with it!
1906 - When my daughter was 18, I convinced her she was born with a tail and we had it removed.
All things considered, your company probably treats you pretty well. Because they have the right to come up with all SORTS of rules you'd have to follow, and in general, they probably show some restraint. What sort of crazy rules do you have to abide by in your office?
Stephanie can't wear scented lotion or perfume to her place of employment, a local grade school, because the Principal doesn't like it. They also can't have Scentsy candles in rooms.
From the text club:
7208 - We are required to wear makeup and in one of my co workers review she didn't get a raise because she didn't wear makeup daily. I work for a staffing agency.
3339 - Can't wear the elastic bracelets that are popular. Like the "support breast cancer awareness" or "epilepsy awareness". Might have a chemical in them that degrades quality of cables.
3393 - My supervisor told us we can't talk in Spanish during working hours but yet I'm expected to translate some documents to Spanish!
2346 - Were not allowed to kill insects because they think its killing nature.
8624 - No moving the furniture . . . violates the union rules to slide your desk over.
9173 - No Elvis sideburns.
1916 - No popcorn, either cooked in the microwave or from outside.
8621 - No cell phones . . . or even anything that looks like a cell phone in your pocket.
4623 - No saying "bless you" when someone sneezes, it's too religious.