Anyone else feel me?! Oh and in other news, did you hear Taco Bell might start delivering?!! The lettuce and tomatoes on top of the tacos would be considered a salad...right?!!
Sad stat … According to a survey by Dove, 96% of women said they wouldn’t use the word “beautiful” to describe themselves.
One bright spot: 80% said that all women have something beautiful about them.
The survey was done as part of Dove’s Choose Beautiful campaign and included 6,400 women between the ages 18 to 64 from five cities around the world: San Francisco, Shanghai, Delhi, London, and São Paolo.
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Ok - you MUST check out my friend's Youtube channel!! He is LOCAL and he is HYSTERICAL!! This 50 Shades of Gray parody...omg. I love a dry, quirky, twisted sense of humor and if you enjoy that as well...check him out!!!:)
Hi I'm Sunny, and I moustache you a question...will you love me?! I'm this week's Dog&Co Pet of the Week. I'm still a young guy (1-3 years old), I'm a perfect gentlemen and especially love the company of ladies. I came to the shelter with my 2 best friends and they've found homes...but not me. Will you help me find my forever home? You can visit me at the White County Animal Shelter or learn more online at www.whitecountyanimalshelter.com.
Two runaway llamas in Sun City, Arizona made national news and lit up the Twitter-sphere on Thursday after they evaded police and ran through traffic before they were eventually lassoed by an urban cowboy in a pickup truck.
It all started well enough. The llamas visited Carillons Assisted Living Center to serve as therapy animals for the residents there, but as they were getting ready to leave, they got spooked and made a run for it about around 11 a.m.
Authorities were notified around noon, but even the sheriffs couldn't nab the runaways, who were eventually rounded up at about 1:30 p.m. and returned to their owners. llamas just wanna have fun people...geezzzz
The Kardashians have signed a record deal that will keep them on E! for another four years. The price tag is a mere $100 million -- a record for a reality TV show. Kris Jenner negotiated the deal for herself and her daughters Kim, Khloé, Kourtney, Kendall and Kylie. Bruce Jenner, who decided to leave Keeping Up with the Kardashians after the 10th season, is not included in the contract as he has a deal with E! for his own show documenting his gender transition. Oh Boy - more Kardashian drama guaranteed for at least 4 more years (insert eye roll).
Information from the American Red cross on how to Help our friends and neighbors affected by the ice storm...
Wow, words can't begin to describe the devastation this ice and snow has left in the Upper Cumberland. My heart breaks for my friends and neighbors who are without power and who need food and shelter. You are in my prayers and please know that your Giant family loves you and wants to help in any way we can. Below is information from the American Red Cross on ways to help, and also shelter locations for our area. Together we will get through this as a community and family...
Text REDCROSS to 90999 to give $10 to American Red Cross Disaster Relief, which helps people affected by disasters such as what our area just experienced first hand.
To donate by phone via credit card, or to help with any questions you may have about other ways of donating funds to the Red Cross, please call us: 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767)
From the Putnam County Emergency Management Agency: There has been an account set up at the Bank of Putnam County for individuals who wish to donate to the disaster relief. The account is set up as Monterey Disaster Relief Fund. Please contact Bank of Putnam County at (931) 839-3770, or visit any Bank of Putnam County branch in order to donate to this fund.
The American Red Cross is currently working with local law enforcement officials and emergency management personnel in various areas with shelters across the Upper Cumberland to assist those who are without power and the basic necessities:
1. COOKEVILLE - First United Methodist Church - 204 E. Spring Street – For transportation to the shelter call (931) 646-4636
2. SPARTA – National Guard Armory – 1685 McMinnville Hwy. For transportation to the shelter (931) 738-7111
3. MONTEREY – First Baptist Church – 106 N. Chestnut - For transportation to the shelter call (931) 646-4636
4. LIVINGSTON – First Christian Church – 320 Oakley Street - For transportation contact law enforcement officials in Overton County
5. JAMESTOWN – First Baptist Church – 306 E. Central Avenue - For transportation to the shelter call 931-752-0913
6. CRAWFORD – Wilson Elementary School – 2210 Hanging Limb Hwy. - For transportation contact law enforcement officials in Overton County
7. CROSSVILLE – Cumberland Fellowship – 1640 West Avenue – For transportation to the shelter call 931-707-1883