A Texas mom has gone viral for all the wrong reasons after she sent her son to school in a sexually suggestive t-shirt. Or so she says.
Heinz is Threatening America With a Disgusting New Condiment Called Mayochup and the Internet is Shook
A condiment “Mayochup” is already available in places like the Middle East, but Heinz plans to unleash it on U.S. consumers if the product gets 500,000 “yes” votes on Twitter in the next few days. What a time to be alive, eh?
I think all dads can agree that, on an instinctual level, one of our most important duties as fathers is to embarrass our teenage children every chance we get. Sure, providing their food, clothing, and shelter are also important things, but nothing beats making your children cringe. I find that one of the best ways to do this is to use their slang, sometimes seriously, and sometimes wrong on purpose. Either way, it drives them insane. So, to see if I was on the right track here, I ran a little experiment with my four teenage daughters. Out of the blue one afternoon, I sent them each the following in a text (and don’t worry, I’ll explain what it means...
It’s time to get down to filling out your bracket. The only problem is, you don’t pay attention to college basketball, you have no idea who is even in the tournament, let alone good, and there's pressure. You don’t want to be the guy everyone laughs at for making some bone-headed pick.