We’ve all briefly contemplated an all-pizza diet, usually after biting into a particularly tasty slice. Englishwoman Claire Simmons has been living that dream for 31 years. Not so surprisingly, it plays out like more of a nightmare.
Recently, Michelle Obama said that she was willing to make “a complete fool” of herself to promote her Let’s Move initiative, which encourages kids to be active. That was music to Jimmy Fallon‘s ears, since, as he says, he already makes a fool of himself every night.
Sorry kids, but dropping out of high school in New Jersey may soon become more of a challenge.
As of now the Garden State requires that those between the ages of 6 and 16 attend school regularly, but a new bill being discussed in the state’s senate seeks to raise the mandatory age of high school attendance to 18.
Jimmy Kimmel can be a quite a troublemaker. Last week, on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live,’ he asked fans to do him a favor and pull the plug on their TV during the Super Bowl, and then record the reactions. While Kimmel was pleased to report this stunt didn’t result in any deaths, he couldn’t say the same thing about injuries.
This weekend we learned that Mitt Romney will almost certainly be running against Barack Obama for President this fall, and that New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning has cemented his status as an elite quarterback by winning his second Super Bowl. Now imagine a crazy scenerio in which only QBs can run for President.
What’s the Super Bowl about, really? Unless you’re a supporter of one of the two teams participating (or have a very large wager on the game) even serious sports fans can get caught up in all the chili-baking, party-attending, big-screen-TV-buying hoopla surrounding this unofficial national holiday.
So that’s why this photo of a skillfully assembled cold cut football stadium probably says more about the Super Bowl and what it has become than any monosyllabic answer the media is going to finally coax out of Patriot coach Bill Belichick this week.
Last week we saw Matthew McConaughey reprise his role ‘Dazed and Confused’ slacker Danny Wooderson in a music video, and now it looks like the nostelgia will continue with Matthew Broderick playing his iconic Ferris Bueller character for a new Super Bowl ad.
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