We can’t say it enough… do NOT do drugs!
Well, he’s alive and now there are more details.
Quick — is whining about not getting all the fries you ordered justified or just a big ol' douche thing to do?
If you work at Five Guys, you're probably seething at how annoying it is to have to handle a douche like that. The rest of us, though, can totally relate to not getting all of our delicious french fries.
The pic (above) is an email that was accidentally sent to a dissatisfied customer — and it's as hilarious as it is a gross business practice!
The story along with it goes like this: there's a dude in Massachusetts named John, and John loves Five Guys' food. He and his coworkers order from there a lot, usually online. It's more efficient that way, duh.
One day, the world started to end — and John was charged for fries he never received. So he filed a complaint online, and as far as we know, it was pretty polite.
The response was
But choking on it? That's new to us!!
Recently the 21-year-old pop star was pegged to play Peter Pan in a possible live broadcast adaptation, a la Carrie Underwood and The Sound of Music, of the popular children's story. Well, don't hold your breath on that one!
The Bangerz babe mashed down the Peter Pan casting rumor as quickly as humanly possible!
We're always down for a good Britney Spears throwback and thankfully producer Danja aka Floyd Nathaniel Hills has a few up his sleeves!
Danja, who has worked on a number of albums with Brit-Brit, revealed two demos he worked on for the Perfume singer.
The first demo, previewed in the video (below), was intended for her Circus album and the second one for Britney Jean!
Just like Unbroken, these songs obviously didn't make it to the final track listing, but that doesn't mean they aren't as good as her other hits!
The talented producer also unveiled a never-been-heard-before remix to Brit's Hot As Ice track from her Blackout album!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing could-have-beens (below)!!
Oh, art! What are we ever going to do with you?
A cleaning lady accidentally threw out $13,000 worth of art in a South Italy gallery recently when she mistook a Sala Murat exhibit for TRASH!
Holy cannoli! Italy hasn't witnessed a tragedy this big since
the volcanic eruption of theatrical opening of Pompeii - what a disaster!
In the cleaning lady's defense, the art was broken cookies lying on the floor! Uhh, broken floor cookies? Who can really blame her for the mix up?!
Luckily, the cleaning company that employed the unnamed duster/sweeper/destroyer of art is well-insured and the artist will be compensated for the loss of their work!
City marketing commissioner Antonio Maria Vasile released this statement: