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Google A trio of crooks tried to rob a Duane Reade of nearly $300 worth of gum, cough drops and mints. When they fled security, they left behind a woman's 1-year-old son...Michelle Calderon, 23, was busted for abandoning her 1-year-old son after a
Eating popcorn 'disrupts advertising' Eating popcorn and other snacks could stop you from remembering brand names, the study says Cinema advertising is less effective when audiences eat popcorn, according to a study from Cologne University.
I said, 'Why can't I have mints?' she told Handler. "And you said, 'Because I don't like the chewing sound.' And I said, 'Well you should always suck it.' And the audience went, 'What!' And then I woke up." Applegate called it a stupid dream and the
In a study examining the vaguely suggestive-sounding oral interference effect, intrepid researchers from the University of Wuerzburg had subjects view ads while eating popcorn or chewing gum. A control group watched the same ads while sucking on a
Traffic jams were also found to be a constant irritant in the poll, conducted by Barclays Departure difficulty: Of the 2,000 respondents, many said waiting for delayed flights was one of life's greatest irritants Top 10 time-wasting bugbears 1.
It's an epidemic of the mouth caused by the evils of food breath. It happens at the worst possible time, like when you're interviewing a celebrity. For instance, Megan Fox allegedly hates bad breath so much that she has a major phobia of it! That's
Media Joseph Gordon-Levitt, a gym, tan, laundry-loving porn addict who loves singing Marky Mark songs? That's the case in Don Jon , the new romantic comedy written and directed by the actor. In it, he plays Jon "Don Jon" Martello, a club-hopping gym
He leans forward at the desk in his cluttered study, fanning out three baseball cards like a man unveiling the winning hand in a poker game. The faces are in black and white, the subjects in bow ties and upturned mustaches. The names Gleason, Hemming,
Firm, Expelliere International, based in Belfast, has created a product which according to them can remove gum from pavements in just few seconds, the Daily Star reported. With pavements all over the world covered in old bits of gum, the company is
Ball State University students and alumni have been preparing for a battle to save their treasured Gum Tree. But school officials say there's no truth to rumors that the school intends to chop down the tree. The Gum Tree is a honey locust on the west