In Taco Bell's 2013 Super Bowl commercial we meet Bernie Goldblatt, an older gentlemen who is being wished good night by an aid at the Glencobrooke Retirement Home. Or so she thinks he is going to sleep. In fact, Bernie's night is just beginning.
Here's a story for you if you're in need of a good cry but don't feel like smashing your thumb with a hammer. One dog is so loyal to his owner, that he has continued to go to mass at the church where her funeral was held months ago. Still no tears? Read the details.
It's a scenario which has played out in countless homes over the years. The kids want a puppy, but the dad isn't so sure it's a good idea.
But when the Cordell girls, Cadence, 12, and Emerson, 9, went to their father Ryan with their canine request, he added a social media clause -- he would get his daughters a dog if they could get one million likes on Facebook.
Back when Facebook was just about college students and the recently graduated it was great for getting back in touch with high school friends that you had lost contact with for a few years. But now that everybody and their grandmother is on the social network, the reunions Facebook enables have started to become really impressive.
For the past seven years, Doritos has sponsored a 'Crash The Super Bowl' contest in which amateur ad-makers compete to have their 30 second spots for the tortilla chips played during the big game. For 2013's Super Bowl commercial, the competition is fierce.
Eric Rizley of Portage, Indiana was having a bad day. So the 19-year-old got on Facebook and started issuing threats. Unfortunately for him, that was actually a very, very bad idea. Now he faces criminal charges
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