Fast food logos redesigned as… fat food logos.
FuckYouCongress.com lets you vent your government shutdown frustrations
McDonald’s is now offering original kids’ books with Happy Meals
Starbucks trademarked “Duffin” (doughnut-muffin mashup), and immediately received backlash. Welcome to #duffingate.
Meet Walter Blanco, and the rest of the cast of the Spanish language “Breaking Bad” remake.
It is not.
Tweeter Home Entertainment (TWTRQ) was a consumer electronics retailer that sold TVs, car radios, home theater systems, and the like at more than 100 U.S. stores. In 2007 it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and had its assets sold to a new owner, who also filed for Chapter 11 a year later.
So why did shares of Tweeter stock jump more than 1500% this morning?
Let’s get this out of the way: Betabrand calls its synthetic fleece Vagisoft. Yes, it’s material named after a woman’s privates. And yes, cofounder Chris Lindland is aware of the product’s Beavis & Butthead-ness and occasionally fields complaints from people who aren’t comfortable with the concept—despite the fact that Betabrand markets the resulting garments as “so ineffably comfy, test subjects had to be removed from them with the Jaws of Life.”
When Mercedes wanted an appropriate visual to explain its “Magic Body Control” active suspension system, the brand turned to—what else?—chickens.
"All the credits go to the chickens, which are just naturally able to keep their head steady…" You have to see the ad.
Whoops. Apple Maps glitch sends drivers to airport runway…
So long, pit stains. This “performance dress shirt" eliminates your sweat problem.
File under silly but perhaps necessary inventions.
Stop Tweeting Boring Sh*t. A new book to help you navigate the new office politics.