Saturday, February 17

The Healthy-Finds Gift Card Giveaway




It's been a hot minute since we've done a giveaway! Let's get right back on that horse with this cool deal from Healthy-Finds, a site dedicated to...well, finding healthy products for people all across the world. Not too shabby.

Right now, Healthy-Finds is doing a lil' deal: for just $7 a month, you'll get up to $60 in free gifts from brands like Keto Zone, Zego Snacks, Shea Organics, and Sun Warrior. You'll also snag free materials from a physician, and a free phone consultation with a wellness team. The more you shop, the more cash back you'll get, too. I'm all about that rebate life, which is pretty nice.

The available brands are all curated on the website, taking the hard work out of searching for good stuff. How about that convenience?

But hey, you don't even have to pay $7 right now, because I've got coupon codes to give away to try Healthy-Finds for no cost at all. All you have to do is leave a comment on this post – has a giveaway ever been so simple? The answer is no, it has not been. You know what you have to do: enter this contest with a simple comment and you can score a free gift card to check out some cool brands. Comment below for your chance to win!

Sunday, February 4

Eagles Run Trick Play to Perfection Moments After the Patriots Failed At It


The Philadelphia Eagles are your Super Bowl champions after a 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots. One of the key plays for the Eagles was a trick play that resulted in quarterback Nick Foles catching a touchdown. It was a really well-designed call – and what made it even more impressive was that the Patriots tried a very similar play on an earlier possession. In an ultimate troll move, the Eagles saw the Patriots and raised them one score. WELL DONE.


Friday, February 2

Taco Bell Released a Fake Movie Trailer for Why They Didn't Sell Fries


At long last, Taco Bell has finally added fries to its menu. Naturally, people asked what took the bell so long. Their response is perfect: a full 90-second movie trailer called "Web of Fries," starring Josh Duhamel. Enjoy!

Sunday, January 14

Stefon Diggs Sends the Minnesota Vikings to the NFC Championship Game With An Insane Catch


Holy. Moly. A wild Sunday of NFL football was capped with an absolutely crazy finish. I can't even imagine having a rooting interest in the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints game...I might not have survived if I did.

The Vikes jumped out to a 17-0 lead, but the Saints eventually went up 21-20 after a furious comeback in the second half. Minnesota nabbed a field goal to retake the lead, but they left far too much time on the clock for Drew Brees, who promptly marched the Saints down the field for another field goal.

That set the stage for the Vikings. 25 seconds left, one timeout. After a 14-yard completion, Case Keenum threw a pair of shaky passes that probably didn't inspire much hope for Vikings fans. Luckily, he had time for one last play.

With 10 seconds left, Keenum threw a pass down the sideline to Stefon Diggs, who caught the ball and...didn't get tackled. Rookie Marcus Williams tried to undercut Diggs' legs and just missed completely. That allowed Diggs to turn around and scamper down the sideline for the game-winning touchdown with no time left on the clock. Diggs hurled his helmet across the field after scoring, an incredibly fitting reaction to one of the most absurd finishes in NFL history.

Saturday, January 13

SNL's "My Drunk Boyfriend" Is Spot On


Saturday Night Live returned for the first time in the new year with host Sam Rockwell, and man, did this episode deliver. All the sketches had laughs, but the most fantastic was the "My Drunk Boyfriend" commercial. Rockwell and Kyle Mooney both serve as the drunken boyfriend models, spouting phrases like "Cops. I want to watch Cops." and sobbing about deceased relatives you didn't know previously existed. It's a spot on take of drunk cliches and an absolute delight.

SNL has been wildly inconsistent all season, but if this is an indication of what's to come, 2018 is gonna be a good year.