Do you have expendable income, a killer sweet tooth, and a home in Chicago?
Well, if you answered yes to those three questions, then you're in luck!
That's because the Langham Hotel's Pavilion Restaurant in Chicago has just released a $1,000 ice cream sundae.
Remember when we mentioned Olive Garden was offering 7 weeks of unlimited pasta and bread?
It was called the Never Ending Pasta Pass and Olive Garden sold 1,000 of them to whichever lucky person was able to scoop one up.
Oh, and a pass only cost $100!!
Well, one of those lucky people, who goes by "Vino," has vowed to use his pass every single day until the promo ends.
Derek Jeter has taken off his glowing toga and olive branch headband. He's stepped down from the top of Mt. Olympus.
He is mortal now.
That's right, baseball's greatest baseballer is now officially a retiree.
How did he spend his first day back in regular society?
This doesn't seem like a very stable lawsuit to us.
Taylor Swift is being sued by a New York City chauffeur service to cover losses and for being a tiny bit of a diva. First Ariana Grande and now Tay?!
We personally don't buy it, on account that Swifty is an angel, but the cab company is saying that she would only allow the drivers to talk to her occasionally.
Well, she is literally one of the most famous people in the world, so we're gonna let that slide.
It's being reported that the rest of the lawsuit claims
Remember Amy's Baking Company?
They appeared on Kitchen Nightmares and the restaurant's owners Amy and Samy Bouzaglo are pretty inneresting characters…
And by that we mean they're kinda bat-poo crazy!
Speaking of crazy, Samy apparently went straight up nutso over the weekend.
Most people who made $100 million in 2011 alone wouldn't be so apt to quit their job!
But former CEO of the $2 trillion dollar investment fund PIMCO, Mohamed El-Erian, did just that recently!
And his reason why is kind of amazing.
This is JUICY.
As though Kris Jenner and Bruce Jenner's divorce isn't hard enough, it is now being alleged that they are being audited by the IRS.
The former couple supposedly admitted to the audit for the tax year of 2011 in the divorce papers filed.
A source revealed: