Fast food doesn’t usually leave you feeling that great about your decisions, but one man has an idea that will make picking up that Big Mac make you feel a little bit better.
The Monopoly game is back at McDonald’s which means you get stamps and the chance to win free food with your purchases, most likely losing the stamps or not using them before they expire.
But Matt Lawson, from Melbourne, Australia, shared a simple but brilliant idea on Facebook — give them away to the homeless.
There's a restaurant in Lonsdale, Minnesota, ironically called Treats Family Restaurant, that recently posted a sign advertising food, ice cream, and racism.
Beauty brand ColourPop released their Sculpting Stix in June, making them available in 12 different shades.
As we told you earlier this week, Disney was under some fire for one of their costume offerings this year from the movie Moana, which hits theaters in November.
The children's costume was inspired by the character Maui, a Polynesian god voiced by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in the film, and included an "island-style skirt" made of fabric leaves, rope necklace, and fabric brown skin with tattoos.
If you own a business, first impressions are pretty important.
That’s why when a light burns out on your neon sign, it’s best to replace it immediately. Especially if the letters that burned out completely change the message you’re trying to send.
It’s no secret that companies try to trick us all of the time, whether it’s with “new and improved” claims or just bright, shiny packaging. But there are also more subliminal — and clever — ways that they go about hoping to win your brand loyalty.
That’s why some of the world’s biggest companies pay designers, advertisers, and psychologists to dream up creative logos that convey an image you might not initially see — everything from a pair of McDonald’s “breasts” to a font-filled fiesta.
But once you see it, you’ll wonder how you were missing it for so long.
Halloween is just around the corner, which means kids are already thinking about the costume they’re going to wear. But one offering from Disney has people up in arms and is causing a bit of controversy.
The children's costume is inspired by the character Maui, a Polynesian god voiced by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in the film, and includes an "island-style skirt" made of fabric leaves, rope necklace, and fabric brown skin with tattoos.
This is the story of Leila Jayne Daly, who had the misfortune of discovering a worm in her lettuce that was purchased at the supermarket Sainsbury’s, and Ross, a member of the Facebook team for the store who deserves some kind of award.
It all started when Daly used Facebook to complain about the worm, as one would not normally be pleased when this happens.
When you own your own business — like a pizza place, for example — that means you can pretty much run it however you want to run it.
No offense, but there are a lot of boring wedding gifts out there. They’re practical and appreciated, but not that exciting.