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The Nearly Impossible Question!
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''23% of women in their 20's will wear this if they are looking to snag a man. What is it?
Clue #1: appearance
Clue #2: nothing that shows off cleavage
Final Clue: Colorful
Answer: red lipstick
"61% of people have done this while shopping. What is it?"
Extra Clue: nothing to do with shoplifting
Extra Clue: is illegal
Final Clue: done probably in a dressing room
Answer: switched price tags
14% of single men haven't done this in the past 6 months! What is it?
Answer: Cleaned their bathroom toilet!
50% of women would break up with their boyfriend if they received this. What is it?
Answer: If they received an awful Christmas Present!
This just looks toooooooo good to be a "fingerpainting". Take a look, you tell me if it's real or fake.
Paul Walker anonymously purchased an engagement ring for a soldier's fiancée.
A worker at a jewelry store in Santa Barbara, California says the soldier who had just completed his first tour of duty in Iraq came into the store with his fiancée to buy a ring prior to heading overseas again.
She saw a ring she really liked but he told her he couldn't afford it. The "Fast & Furious" actor was in the store at the time and overheard the conversation.
Walker bought the $10,000 ring and told the workers he wanted to remain anonymous.
When the couple asked who bought the ring for them, the workers honored his wish: They wouldn't tell. Now they know, and we all have a glimpse as to why Paul was so beloved.
MIRANDA LAMBERT gifted DIERKS BENTLEY with a Polaris Ranger ATV utility vehicle after they wrapped this year's Locked and Reloaded tour.
Well, last week Dierks collided with a small tree and got it stuck with its front wheels dangling a few feet in midair. He Tweeted a photo and wrote, "End of tour present from Miranda just arrived. I immediately proceeded to hang it up in a tree."
Cyber Monday is the biggest online shopping day of the year as many stores offer deals available only online.
Large retailers such as Amazon and Walmart are extending the sale through to next weekend.
AMAZON: The online marketplace plans to offer new 'lightning deals' every 10 minutes all week and is already offering deals including a Samsung 46-inch 1080p 60Hz LED
WALMART: The retail giant is is offering 200 deals on its website each day until Friday, free shipping on all orders over $35 and big ticket items heavily discounted, such as PS4 bundles at $517 and XBox One bundles at $559. walmart.com
BEST BUY: The electronics store will also extend its deals for the entire week and is offering once-a-year deals on laptops, desktops and all-in-one computers, HDTVs, Blu-ray players, digital cameras, mobile phones, video games, major and small appliances, health and fitness gear, music and movies. bestbuy.com
TARGET: Target has a buy one get one 60 per cent off on apparel, accessories, jewelry and shoes and discounts on toys, electronics, furniture, linen and sporting goods. target.com
MACY'S: Receive free shipping on orders of $75 or more from Macy's. Save on quality clothing such as cashmere sweaters ($39.99 from $129) and Kenneth Cole suits, usually $350 will be reduced to $99.99. macys.com
A man was arrested during Black Friday at Mall of America in Minnesota after he threw $1,000 in dollar bills from the fourth floor rotunda as a choir performed "Let it Snow" on the ground floor below.
Serge Vorobyov said he tossed the cash because he's had a rough year and just wanted to help other people on Black Friday.
His YouTube vlog said: "I went through a horrible divorce and thought I would just spread some holiday cheer, pay it forward."
Unfortunately, police didn't agree. They arrested him and charged him with disorderly conduct. A Mall of America spokesperson explained that he could have caused a major disturbance and someone could have been hurt. He'll be in court soon.
Everything about this SCREAMS "April Fool's Day prank" . . . but it's real.
Last night, JEFF BEZOS . . . the founder and
It was such a big announcement that Bezos had kept it completely secret until the show aired.
He says if Amazon can get FAA approval, they'll be able to deliver your packages by flying robot drone within the next four or five years.
The service will be called Amazon Prime Air. And the drones are so fast that you'll have the product delivered to your home approximately HALF AN HOUR after you order it. Welcome to the amazing, slightly frightening future.