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After one man threatened legal action over a cat's residence at Massachusetts' Swansea Public Library -over two THOUSAND people signed a petition to keep the kitty there.
The outpour of support has prompted the man to drop the lawsuit as long as there are signs that warn people there is a cat on the premise.
Here's what the cat hater said:
“The cat has gone all over the world. You’ve got the petition with over 2,000 people over a freaking cat. We’ve got pictures of the cat on Facebook laying on top of a laptop and they think this is ok. I just don’t understand it."
That may be, but people love cats.
So if you're allergic, take some Claritin, but don't make the cat leave the library!
Where is it gonna go???
Check out this very cat biased news story up (above) !!!
Rachel McAdams and her lover, Michael Sheen recently ended their 2+ year relationship, and even though we're more than sure that the Midnight in Paris starlet is missing her ex-man — she already found someone to console her!
Miz McAdams attended a Toronto Raptors game on Monday night rockin' a fresh new hair color, and before the Raptors took on the Washington Wizards, she received a bouquet of roses and a mini stuffed velociraptor from the team's mascot.
The actress was obviously embarrassed, but we bet she couldn't help but soak up all the basketball love!!
Ch-ch-check out Rachel getting praised at the Raptors' game (above)!
NFL's Indianapolis Colts cheerleader, Megan M., pledged to shave her head if $10,000 was raised for leukemia research.
The Colts' coach Chuck Pagano has been fighting leukemia for most of the season.
In a show of support, many players shaved their heads too.
But the publicity from a cheerleader potentially shaving her head helped the Colts' raise $22,670!
So when it came time to shave up, Megan kept her word and was even joined by fellow cheerleader Crystal Ann!
Check out the video (above) to see the Colts' mascot shave two cheerleaders' heads!! They're the bald and the beautiful, ba-dum pshh!
A McDonald's manager got so mad over a man, dressed as the Burger King mascot, handing out free burgers in her restaurant that she called the police on him this past Monday.
…AFTER he was on his way out of the parking lot.
Her logic makes zero sense to us, but we're assuming she was just peeved that a competitor's food was being given to potential customers in her store for free.
Don't get us wrong, we understand why a manager would ask this guy to leave the store. The problem is, she waited to confront him until he was in his car and driving out of the parking lot!
In a HIGHlarious exchange (above), the prankster tells her he's handing out free burgers to raise money for a children's charity. When she questions why he didn't ask for permission, he counters that he doesn't need to when he's doing "anything for the kids."
As he starts to drive off, the perturbed managed announces she is calling the police.
What they could possibly do in this situation? We have no idea, but we're guessing absolutely nothing.
What a perfect fit! A animal who likes to roll around like a ball that can help bring focus to the environment!
FIFA has revealed the mascot for the 2014 World Cup - a fun loving armadillo representing
Aww. It's a sad day for anyone who has been to a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant in the last two decades.
Duncan Brannan, the voice of the franchise's
kind of creepy signature mascot since 1993, has been FIRED! The worst part is that the company didn't even have the decency to tell him in person (or at least in an email).
The voice actor discovered he had been replaced after hearing Chuck's Hot New Single, a jingle floating around on the internet that features a voice "clearly" different from his.
Brannan has every right to be angered by his employer's unprofessionalism, but instead he's taking the high road. It turns out that Chuck E. Cheese has been super Christian all along and that pizza is not his first love — God is.
In a Facebook post to friends, family and fans regarding his replacement, Brannan proudly declares love for his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. He wants the world to know that he didn't do his job for the money, the glory or the groupies, but to spread the word of God, as he wrote: