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Monthly Archives: October 2009
Children: 1 Transformers’ Bumblebee 2 Batman 3 Buzz Lightyear 4 Cinderella 5 Harry Potter Adults: 1 Vampire 2 Sexy Nurse 3 Michael Jackson 4 Star Wars 5 Sexy Santa What are YOU going to be?! Source: sortprice.com
Taco Bell is offering their new Black Jack Taco for FREE on Halloween night. Just head in to any Taco Bell from 6pm – midnight on 10/31 and receive your free taco.
Hebrew National is offering free hot dogs the next time a uniformed pro U.S. football player eats a hot dog during a game this season. The ConAgra brand is starting the program by offering a free hot dog to all who … Continue Reading
Remington is launching a new campaign called “The Face of Success,” an online grooming game that allows users to experiment with different hair and grooming styles. The avatars that players create and groom can test out their new styles on … Continue Reading
Save the words is a new way to help you expand your vocabulary, in a fun, interactive way. Scroll around inside the white box, and words will jump out at you, just begging to be used in your next speech … Continue Reading
Playing off the ever infamous “Kanye West MTV VMA interruption” is Kanye This. Simply visit the website, enter the website you’d like to “interrupt” and voila! Kanye appears to steal the moment. When will this news become old already?!!?
Conde Nast is introducing a slick platform for selling, displaying and enhancing its titles’ regular print issues on the iPhone and iPod Touch. Issues rendered for the iPhone screen will sell as apps, starting with this December’s issue of GQ, … Continue Reading