Or maybe just give her some doughnuts
The top five things to do before you die: - Buy that poor Lindsay Lohan a sandwich. - Jump the Snake River Canyon in the Oscar Meyer Wienermobile, landing in a giant bun on the far side in a blaze of mustard-and-relish-splashed glory. - Swim with...
The top five things to do before you die:
- Buy that poor Lindsay Lohan a sandwich.
- Jump the Snake River Canyon in the Oscar Meyer Wienermobile, landing in a giant bun on the far side in a blaze of mustard-and-relish-splashed glory.
- Swim with the dolphins. Better yet, hot tub with the Dolphins' cheerleaders.
- Send away for a mail-order bride and move while she's in transit. Keep one jump ahead of her for 12 years and then refuse delivery because she doesn't look like her ad.
- Go back in time and convince Subway's Jared Fogle to try the Krispy Kreme diet instead.
All together now: 'Bathroom break?'
A class of 26 Chinese students is claiming a world record after sitting through a 72-hour-long English lesson.
They succeeded in breaking the previous record, held by a Polish school, of 66 hours, reports the Shanghai Evening Post.
A total of 30 students, aged 20 to 30, set out on the record bid, but three quit in the first 24 hours, putting the attempt in jeopardy.
They needed to have at least 19 students - the same as the Polish school - to break the record.
2 to 1 Miss USA can beat her
A loosening of government gaming rules means that Italians will be able to bet legally on the Miss Italy contest for the first time, upsetting contestants.
Miss Italy purists are appalled at what they see is the vulgarization of a 66-year-old national institution, and the competition's founder, Enzo Mirigliani wrote to the government to complain.
Allowing bets "damages the girls' dignity, bringing them down to the level of champion racehorses," he wrote, according to Il Messaggero.
Nothing like planning the kid's life
Courteney Cox-Arquette on how she hopes to keep her daughter out of the public eye: "She needs to lead a nice private little nerdy life - we were hoping for a good nerd!"
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Today's best bet
Mid-Autumn Festival and Open House. The Minnesota State University Moorhead Chinese Club is hosting a costume show, music, folk dance, sword and martial arts demonstrations.
7 p.m. Dragon Den, Frick Hall, MSUM (218) 477-2913