We've all seen the very weird new Lincoln commercials, featuring actor Matthew McConaughey. Comedian Jim Carrey decided to have a little fun with them on 'Saturday Night Live' recently. No surprise, the result is hilarious!
Those of you that love Halloween, and those of you that can't wait for Christmas, which is only 2 months from tomorrow, will enjoy this combination! Mummies...with bells...playing their rendition of 'Carol of the Bells'. Ladies and gentlemen, check out 'Carol of the Belts'
Now you may struggle with remembering your anniversary, but I'll bet you remember every ingredient of McDonald's Big Mac because of their classic jingle. These two New Englanders, show a lot of creativity as they take some of the best known local advertising jingles, and put them all together in a 4 minute stroll down Jingle Memory Lane!
Seeing as it's a holiday, Columbus Day in the states, and Thanksgiving Day in Canada, why not try something fun...you've always wondered what you'd be called if you truly were a redneck, well take this quiz, and you'll "Git 'Er Done"
Dressing up in camouflage, spraying myself with deer urine, walking miles in the woods to get to the tree stand providing optimal viewing of the forest landscape. Rubbing buck antlers together to entice a deer. Nope, I didn't do any of that stuff.
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