Design the Next Oreo Flavor for 1/2 Million Dollars?

Design the Next Oreo Flavor for 1/2 Million Dollars?

For the past few years, Oreo had been releasing an endless parade of new flavors. Some of them have sounded great, like Cinnamon Bun and Brownie Batter . . . but some were just too weird, like Peeps and Swedish Fish Oreos.

But apparently, they’re out of ideas . . . so now, they want US to do all the unholy flavor breeding for them.

Nabisco just launched a new contest where YOU can submit ideas for the next limited-edition Oreo. You can enter by using the hashtags #MyOreoCreation and #Contest on Twitter with your flavor idea until July 14th.

Then they’re going to narrow down the field and let the world vote. The person who wins will get $500,000 and Oreo will actually produce and sell their flavor.

(Adweek)

(And speaking of weird Oreo flavors, Firework Oreos just went on sale.  They were announced back in February and they have little red and blue “exploding” candies in the cream.)

A Guy Quits His Job With a Resignation Letter Written on Toilet Paper

A Guy Quits His Job With a Resignation Letter Written on Toilet Paper

Now THIS is how you burn a bridge on the way out of a job.

A woman just posted a picture on Reddit of her husband’s resignation letter from his job. And it’s a unique one . . . because he wrote it on toilet paper.

And just to make sure his company understood that symbolism, he wrote, quote, “I have chosen this type of paper . . . as a symbol of how I feel this company has treated me and . . . where I feel this company is going.”

(Reddit

A Model in High Heels Beat Up a Mugger on the Way to a Miss Universe Audition

A Model in High Heels Beat Up a Mugger on the Way to a Miss Universe Audition

A 26-year-old model named Kirsty Grace was in Birmingham, England last month to audition for their Miss Universe pageant.

And as she was getting out of her car, a guy came up and tried to steal her purse.  But here’s what he didn’t know:  Kirsty is trained in Krav Maga.  (Pronounced krahv-meh-gah.)

It’s a type of martial arts they use in the Israeli army . . . and it’s specifically designed so you can defend yourself in situations like the one Kirsty was in.

So even though she was in four-inch high heels, she managed to punch the guy in the face and kick him in the knee . . . which got him to let go of her purse and run away.

Then she went to the audition and nailed it . . . so she’ll be in the pageant next month.

The cops are trying to track down the guy who mugged her.

(Manchester Evening News

What does your Favorite type of Pizza say about you

What does your Favorite type of Pizza say about you

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According to a new study, your favorite type of pizza is a secret clue to what kind of PERSONALITY you have.

Researchers had people fill out a personality test, then share their favorite pizza flavor. Then they looked for the personality trends that came up most frequently for each type of pizza. Here’s what they found . . .

People who like vegetable toppings are flirtatious, charming, gullible, and self-absorbed.

People who like white pizza are good with money, cautious, a little cynical, and love debates.

People who order pepperoni pizza are extroverts who get bored easily.

People who order chicken on their pizza are driven, competitive, and assertive.

And people who like OTHER types of meat on their pizza are supportive, tend to be followers, and like to stay at home.

(Yahoo)

 

Match.com Can Now Use Photos of Your Ex to Find You a Lookalike

Match.com Can Now Use Photos of Your Ex to Find You a Lookalike

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When you get DUMPED, don’t you want your next hook up to look like the OPPOSITE of your ex? Like, if you get dumped by a 5-foot-2, 110-pound blonde, don’t you gravitate to a 6-foot-8 Eskimo lady with skull-crushing thighs?

Well, Match.com thinks if you have a type, you’ll want to STICK with that type. So they’ve just introduced a new feature that lets you upload photos of your ex . . . and they’ll use facial recognition to match you up with a LOOKALIKE.

A spokesperson says, quote, “People have a type and it’s not necessarily about height or race or hair color, but a lot of it is about face shape.”

There’s one catch . . . the service is only available with PREMIUM memberships. Those cost $5,000 for a six-month package.

The premium membership also includes your own professional matchmaker, who coaches you, flies out to meet you, and goes on pre-dates with your potential matches.

(Mashable)