On Friday, Old Navy tweeted an ad featuring an interracial couple to promote its Thank You Event sale.
What if I told you that you could help save the world by eating pizza? Okay, that sounds a bit dramatic, but you could cut down on environmental waste in certain ways by eating pizza served in a box made of pizza.
Hungry for more? Here you go…
Sean Berthiaume, one of the store owners of Vinnie's Pizzeria in Brooklyn, kept getting ticked off when people would come in to the restaurant to eat and still ask for a box for their pizza.
Be honest. When bars, cafes and other businesses try to entice you with generic sidewalk signs, you walk right past them unless you really, really want that pint of beer.
But when the signs make you laugh and you’re not even looking to stop in for a drink, chances are, that place wins your business and your brew — coffee, beer, or otherwise.
Hey, it’s 5 o’ clock somewhere!
Beers > Bears
They say necessity is the mother of invention, and that was certainly the case for Debby Elnatan, who was told by doctor's when her son Rotem was two years old that he had no conscious awareness of his legs.
Imagine a world where you can get your Big Mac, McFlurry, and that little paper cup filled with ketchup to go along with your endless McDonald's fries.
Are you one of those women who starts off their morning by doing yoga in your underwear?
If a company doesn’t have a website, chances are that company won’t be a company for much longer. In other words, they’re a must, but they were a new-fangled thing way back in the ’90s. People would make sure everyone in the house was off the phone, dial up to the Internet, and surf the web for the sites of their favorite brands.
Unfortunately, even the big boys were getting the hang of web design and some of the results were a wee bit less than stellar. Business Insider took a look at the best of the “less-than-best” from some of the biggest brands and then compared them to how they are now.
Get your time machine ready.