If I were this guy, I’d be making a run for the border. To a land of good Mexican food…Canada. Let’s be honest, disgruntled workers have been doing things far more disgusting to the fast-food you and I consume on a daily basis, for the last 50 years. Big whoop! But now that there’s proof, a social media nightmare has begun for the Chalupa slinging giant. Yo quiero a new job!
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A teenager who owns over 300 exotic pets? Looks like this young man has a future behind bars…Animal enclosure bars! Oh goo! When I was a teenager, all I had to do was take out the trash and to get me to do that it took two older brothers putting me in a double-chicken-wing. “Twist my arm why dontcha!”
We’ve been following The Beards of Comedy all around the country and one day we can only hope to go on a road trip with these guys. In the first edition of Beards Across America, the guys dove into the SF dining scene, finding weird meat alternatives (brain tacos, anyone?) in the face of a pork shortage (remember that?). You can catch the two newest episodes, which take the guys to D.C. and NYC. First up, the Beards investigate the US Treasury Department, finding all kinds of conspiracies and little-known-facts about money. Next, the guys head to NYC to find a small slice of privacy in the city of over-stimulation. Watch both episodes after over at MSN!
We’re happy to present our newest web series, The Thing About. Each episode features actors, comedians, and writers telling funny, personal anecdotes. It sounds simple, because we know when to shut up and let them do the talking. We were lucky enough to have actress (and recent novelist) Molly Ringwald on the show. Molly serves as storyteller in the first episode of The Thing About, retelling a particularly memorable audition that involved one ex-boyfriend, one French director, and one choke collar. We’ll let Molly fill in the rest. Find out what happened at the audition over at MSN.
If you work in an office that organizes betting pools, we’ll save you some time and say “You’re welcome”. We’re happy to present our newest original series, Expert vs. Chicken. In EVC, which you can find over on Bing, we help you make the right choices when it comes to casual gambling.
Each episode poses a question on the likelihood of a certain pop culture-related outcome: will Rhianna show up Chris Brown and his new neck tattoo and win big at the VMA’s? Will Mad Men take home the award for Best Drama at this year’s Emmys? (No one said we were going to softball these). To answer each question, we turn to an expert, like TV Line‘s Michael Ausiello, as well as a, well, chicken. The latest episode tries to predict Mad Men‘s fate at Sunday’s Emmys. Who are you siding with? Watch the Expert vs. Chicken and let us know who you think will win and who’s just chopped liva’. [Swish]
For new parents, the idea of personal time tends to go out the window once kids come into the picture. Meals become more like uphill battles than enjoyable family moments. Romance can also get lost in the shuffle pretty easily as our latest episode of Today in the Park explores. Watch it after the jump. Be sure to catch up on every episode of our original series that we’re producing for MSN.