In this video, a pint-sized baseball fan misses a foul ball at a game between the Yankees and the Rangers and sobs hysterically for failing to snag the prize. Even worse, two adult fans next to him proudly display the ball while the youngster bawls his eyes out. Far be it from us to use a word like heartless, but, dang, that’s pretty cold.
Having a prom date bail on you is humiliating enough, but imagine being told you couldn’t attend your prom solo. That’s exactly what happened to one teenager at Archbishop John Carroll High School due to a rule by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
Burger King Japan recently introduced a special where customers can add 15 strips of bacon to a burger for only 110 Yen ($1.24). One man took advantage of this artery-clogging promotion by adding a staggering 1,050 strips of bacon-y goodness to a Whopper. He has it his way and, before long, his stomach makes him regret it.
Winning last week’s record-breaking $656 million Mega Millions lottery might seem like a dream come true, but it’s created a huge mess for Maryland woman Mirlande Wilson. The 37-year-old McDonald’s employee claims she bought a winning ticket independently, but fifteen of her co-workers say it was purchased as part of an employee pool and they want their share of the winnings.
Ever since the Grand National Bank of St. Louis, Missouri opened the first drive-up window teller (deposits only!) way back in 1930, drive-thrus have become a symbol of modern American convenience.
Today, of course, fast food restaurants lay claim to the majority of drive-thrus and most of us use them on a regular basis. (Who actually goes into a McDonald’s these days?) But you might be surprised to learn that burgers and fries aren’t the only thing you can order from the comfort of your car.
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