You can win a year’s worth of beer every time someone makes a birdie at the masters this Sunday … A woman vandalizes here neighbor’s racy Easter display while the local news is there …
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You can win a year’s worth of beer every time someone makes a birdie at the masters this Sunday…
Get excited, because you could win a TON of free beer this Sunday. Now get less excited . . . because it’s not exactly good beer.
Natural Light is randomly giving away a YEAR’S worth of beer to someone on Twitter every time a golfer makes a birdie in the final round of the Masters this weekend. To enter, you have to log on this Sunday and tweet #BirdieLight AND #Sweepstakes.
If you win, you’ll get a direct message from Natty Light’s official Twitter account. We went through last year’s stats, and there were 234 birdies in the final round. So you might want to enter even if you don’t like golf.
Every birdie on Sunday = free beer for a year. To celebrate our 1-stroke win vs. Miller Lite, we’re giving away free beer for a year for every birdie on Sunday. Tweet #BirdieLight #Sweepstakes on Sunday for a chance to win pic.twitter.com/ZHG6Z0BcIC— Natural Light (@naturallight) April 9, 2019
A woman vandalizes here neighbor’s racy Easter display… while the local news is there…
Here’s how to make SURE you get caught breaking the law . . . do it during a LIVE TV broadcast.
A dentist in Clifton, New Jersey named Wayne Gangi put up some RACY Easter decorations outside his office this year. It’s five mannequins in lingerie, wearing bunny ears . . . fishnet stockings . . . and holding Easter baskets.
A lot of people have been stopping to take pictures, and the city says he’s not breaking any laws.
But a woman who lives across the street thinks it’s DISGUSTING. So on Tuesday, she started tearing down the display . . . while a local reporter was there doing a story on it.
The neighbor’s name is Desiree Mozek. She showed up with scissors and started cutting the mannequins down. Then she dismantled them in Wayne’s driveway, and removed their heads.
A reporter warned her that she could get arrested or fined for destroying someone else’s property. But she said it was worth it.
It’s not clear if Wayne is pressing charges or not. But he told the reporter he was heading to City Hall to take care of it, and the decorations would definitely be going back up.
It’s a BIZARRE story that just took an even more bizarre turn.— Andrew Ramos (@AndrewRamosTV) April 9, 2019
An Easter display outside a NJ dentist office featuring mannequins dressed in lingerie was getting a lot of attention for the obvious reasons.
Some neighbors said it was great while others said it was disgusting. pic.twitter.com/2Q5AQ9MF4j
TBT… Win Amigos!
Which hit by Fifth Harmony was released FIRST?
- “Worth It” featuring Kid Ink
- “Work From Home” featuring Ty Dolla $ign
Survey Says?! Win Raising Canes + Kearney Cinema 8!
Do you shower like everyone else? Do you use a washcloth, a loofa, or just your hands? The most popular answer was THIS.
Answer: Hands | Click here for more.
More results . . .
The most popular answer was just your HANDS, 44%. 38% said a loofa . . . 14% said a washcloth . . . and 4% said they used something else.
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Random facts to feed your brain…
- Diners Club issued the first ever credit cards, in 1950.
- “Baby One More Time” was originally offered to the group TLC, but they turned it down . . . so it went to Britney Spears for her debut single.
- The chainsaw was originally invented by a German orthopedic surgeon in 1830 . . . to cut bones in people’s JAWS. Eventually a bigger model was created to cut wood.
- “Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me” is an Oscar-nominated movie. It was up for Best Makeup at the 2000 Oscars, but lost to “Topsy-Turvy”.
- Wearing stiletto high heels on public streets and sidewalks is illegal without a permit in Carmel, California. It’s so you don’t sue the city if you trip.