We may have posted these on RHU but my empty skullhead has a case of CRS. Apparently they are 30 bucks each! They couldn't possibly be selling many....although they would make great toilet paper for the rich and famous!
Reddit: Amy's Baking Company is now selling these shirts on their website. Is anyone seriously buying these?
Or is it "Subway Guy Photobombs McDonald's Fries?" Hard to tell with this pic. What do you think the story is here RHU? Crazy custy playing around? Friend of the coworker? Doesn't seem like a good idea to do that in today's social media world where many fast food workers have paid for their joking around by getting fired. Strange pic for sure!
From Viral Viral Videos:
Soon, guests will be able to create their pizzas, order, and play games while they wait, all on the very table they’re sitting at. Basically, the tables will be giant tablets you eat on.
Now, you don’t even have to use your phone to be distracted while eating with others.
It was only a matter of time.
Great to see. The original online stories about the delivery guy's tip were saying $300 had been collected from actors, and it ended up being $600 plus Ellen throwing in $400. TMZ however was reporting that he had been stiffed. Really sad too see that, but not surprising. More bad journalism from TMZ. I did not run that part of their story because it didn't seem right. Ellen worked many service jobs before she became famous and she ALWAYS rewards service people in big ways. I knew she had something up her sleeve!
From Huff Po:
They say good things come to those who wait, and that couldn't be more true for Edgar Martirosyan, the unsuspecting pizza delivery man who made his national television debut on Sunday, March 2, delivering three Big Mama's & Papa's pies to the star-studded audience at the 86th annual Academy Awards.
Immediately after his delivery there were reports that Martirosyan left empty-handed, but his patience was rewarded with a whopping $1,000 tip when he appeared on "The Ellen Show" on Monday. DeGeneres revealed that she used Pharrell's hat to collect $600 from the audience, and topped it off with $400 of her own money.
Martirosyan also revealed that his delivery wasn't a pre-planned stunt and he was just as surprised as the audience to discover he'd be bringing pizza to the likes of Meryl Streep, Jennifer Lawrence and one of his favorite actresses, Julia Roberts.
According to Martirosyan, he got a call to deliver 20 pizzas for the writers of the show at the Dolby Theatre, only to be led on stage by DeGeneres, completely unaware of where she was really taking him.
If there is a lesson to be learned from this, it's always follow Ellen DeGeneres without a second thought.
McDonalds has made a new golden arch enemy -- a California man is suing the company for $1.5 MILLION ... because he says he only got ONE NAPKIN with his meal.
Webster Lucas claims he was stiffed on napkins at the Mickey D's in Pacoima, CA on January 29th -- after ordering a Quarter Pounder Deluxe -- and when he went up to the counter to ask for more, he was rudely rebuffed by the manager ... who insisted he already got some.
According to his lawsuit, Lucas -- who is black -- then retorted, "I should have went to eat at the Jack-in-the-Box because I didn't come here to argue over napkins. I came here to eat."
That's when Lucas says things got racist -- claiming the manager (a Mexican-American) mumbled something about "you people."
Lucas subsequently emailed the general manager to complain -- insisting he couldn't work because of the "undue mental anguish" he was suffering as a result of the napkin debacle -- and says he was insultingly offered free burgers in return.
Lucas wants to super size instead -- $1.5 million.
From Reddit: I hate people like this. They pulled in, let the passenger out, and just waited. Easily could have parked correctly.