You know the 'Admirals' Club' at the airport? The fancy-schmancy, VIP waiting area where everyone seems relaxed, happy, and well-fed? Have you ever wanted to get in?
Now, you might be able to...IF you're social enough!
American Airlines is offering a free day-long Admirals Club pass to anyone (whether you are flying American or not) who has a Klout score of 55 or higher.
What is Klout? It's a service that scans your personal Facebook or Twitter page, and rates your social activity. If you're social enough for Klout, you could be in the Admirals Club!
Don't worry if you don't make the cut though...you'll be offered a discount on club membership instead.
Click here to see if you rate!
If you could have any TV Mom as your mom, growing up...who would you choose?
A new Harris Interactive poll shows we look to the 'olden days,' as June Cleaver from "Leave It To Beaver" tops the list!
Here are the top 10:
1. June Cleaver, "Leave It To Beaver" (played by Barbara Billingsley)
2. Clair Huxtable, "The Cosby Show" (played by Phylicia Rashad)
3. Carol Brady, "The Brady Bunch" (played by Florence Henderson)
4 (tie). Marion Cunningham, "Happy Days" (played by Marion Ross)
4 (tie). Donna Stone, "The Donna Reed Show" (played by Donna Reed)
6. Harriet Nelson, "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet" (played by Harriet Nelson)
7. Lucy Ricardo, "I Love Lucy," (played by Lucille Ball)
8. Samantha Stevens, "Bewitched" (played by Elizabeth Montgomery)
9. Roseanne Connor, "Roseanne" (played by Roseanne Barr)
10. Michelle Duggar, "19 Kids ...
You have a baby. The baby cries. Is she hungry? Is she tired? Is she wet? You can never really know, right? And then this comes along...
Huggies, in Brazil, is testing a new device that attaches to a baby's diaper...and TWEETS YOU when your baby has peed!
Yes, it's called TweetPee!
How does it know when there's pee? It senses an increase in humidity, then activates an app on your smartphone.
Now, the bad news...it's just a concept being tested, and isn't currently available to buy...YET!
Would you want one?
Source: ABC News
Matt Groening, creater of The Simpsons, lost his mother recently. Margaret Groening passed away April 22, 2013, in her sleep, at the age of 94, as reported by OregonLive.
TMZ published this photo of her obituary...and in it, you can see where Matt got the inspiration for many Simpsons characters, starting with his mom's maiden name...Wiggum!
Since the much talked-about, but little used quarterback is now no longer a New York Jet, let's reflect on how the women of New York will remember the one, the only...Tim Tebow.
Via the magic of the internet, enjoy...Tim Tebow, running shirtless through the rain!
Photo credit: New York Daily News
Ever wondered who sings the back-up parts on Michael Jackson's "P.Y.T."?
Who is it that sings the much lower part of "Tempted" by Squeeze?
What famous rockers play guitar & bass on Alanis Morissette's "You Oughta Know?
The answers my surprise you...
Click here for the answers, courtesy of Buzzfeed.com!
If you didn't read "Parade" magazine in Sunday's newspaper, you missed their piece on first jobs held by celebrities. Check these out...and tell me if you can picture Chris Rock bussing tables at Red Lobster...
Amy Adams was...a hostess at Hooters.
"Survivor" creator Mark Burnett was...a nanny.
Gerard Butler was...an attorney.
Jim Carrey was...a security guard/janitor at a tire factory.
Jennifer Lopez was...a "fly girl" dancer on "In Living Color"
Debra Messing was...a babysitter.
Chris Rock was...a busboy at Red Lobster.
Quentin Tarantino was...an usher at an adult theatre.
What was YOUR first job?
Photo source: cinematicparadox.com
So, Valentine's Day is putting you in a romantic mood...and you're thinking about cudding-up with your 'special someone' for a nice, romantic comedy, but you can't decide which one to watch.
Since you can't argue with success, here are the Top 10 Grossing Romantic Comedies of all-time:
1. "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" ($241.1 Million)
2. "What Women Want" ($182.8 Million)
3. "Hitch" ($179.5 Million)
4. "Pretty Woman" ($178.4 Million)
5. "There's Something About Mary" ($176.5 Million)
6. "The Proposal" ($164 Million)
7. "Sex And The City" ($152.6 Million)
8. "Runaway Bride" ($152.3 Million)
9. "Knocked Up" ($148.8 Million)
10. "As Good As It Gets" ($148.5 Million)
What's your all-time favorite romantic comedy?
Photo: "My Big Fat Greek Wedding," HBO Pictures/IFC Films
Kelly Clarkson ROCKS! Check-out this awesome photo bomb from this year's Grammy Awards...
(photo: Getty Images)
Who knew...after all these years, you've been eating chicken wings WRONG!
Just in time for the Big Game, it's Chef John from Foodwishes.com to the rescue!