Imagine being at work and suddenly having a violent, deadly allergic reaction, and in the middle of this terrifying experience, you get fired.
If you’ve ever thought, “I love my cat and I love wine. I wonder if there’s a way to safely combine those two things, therefore never needing anything else in my life but my cats and wine?” then you’re in luck — as is your cat.
Enter Apollo Peak, a Colorado-based company making "non-alcoholic, catnip-based" wine for cats that's made out of all-natural ingredients like water, organic catnip, organic beets, and sea salt.
Sumukh Mehta, a 21-year-old marketing professional in Bengaluru, India, was applying for internships and jobs, which as we know, can be less than thrilling.
This is Ruth Clemens, a British H&M shopper who recently had a rather unpleasant experience with the store, so much so that she took to H&M's Facebook page in a post that has been shared more than 10,000 times.
To show support for the victims of the horrific Orlando shooting tragedy, the Walt Disney Company announced a $1 million cash commitment to the OneOrlando Fund, established by Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer to assist those affected by the events.
When you see successful people — whether they’re actors, scientists, or entrepreneurs — you probably only see the things that they do right. In other words, you see them as a success.
What you don’t see behind many highly influential people are stories of rejection and defeat as they climbed their way to the top.
But as some of the world’s most successful people prove, it’s not how many times you’re rejected, it’s whether you keep going or not.
You know your favorite food chains’ slogans because they’re pounded into your head through millions of dollars worth of advertising, but let’s cut the crap — they’re not all that honest.
I mean, “When you’re here, you’re family” would only be true if every time I went home, someone in a black apron continuously grated cheese over a 2,000 calorie plate of endless pasta instead of asking me to do the dishes and then complaining that I ate all the garlic bread.
BuzzFeed agrees and decided to create a few more relatable slogans.
You can make that International House a home with a little bit more love...
Somewhere in Germany a bunch of ad executives for the supermarket chain Netto Marken-Discount sat around a table and thought, “What would really make our commercial stand out that hasn’t been done before?”
Throwing a bunch of cats in a grocery store and hoping for the best — and honestly, it's the best.
If you watched Saved By the Bell in the '90s, you know there were a few times when you wished you could pop over to The Max and hang with the crew, maybe even bust out one of those choreographed numbers.
If you’re reading this, there’s a pretty good chance you also use Facebook, which is a great way to connect with friends, family, and the companies you like to follow. But it’s free, which means it comes with the price of giving up personal information to advertisers who track you.
It sounds creepy, but it's true.
There’s nothing wrong with some healthy competition, as is the case between a liquor store and a McDonald’s in Somerville, Massachusetts, where apparently liquor stores and fast food places duke it out on billboards.