Well this is kind of creepy. Perhaps you've heard of the If I Die Facebook app. It allows you to set up your "last words" to be published on Facebook when you die. To promote the service, Mizbala Group and twentythree have launched If I Die First, a campaign that hypes the service and promises that if you are the first user to die, your last words will be featured on Mashable and elsewhere. All in the name of lasting world fame, or so the campaign claims.
Campaign or not, the first person using the service who dies is going to be news anyway. Why? Because we love twisted shit like this
The Pfaff Tweet Race is said to be the first contest of its kind. The idea is simple: it's a virtual race for a real car.
The race began this morning at 8:00 A.M. EST and users can join the race by signing in with their Twitter account at PfaffTweetRace.com. The first ten contestants to gain 2,500 new Twitter followers will each win a key. One of those keys unlocks the door to a 2013 Audi A4 with a one-year lease and a tuning package worth $5000 from Pfaff Auto.
Sort of like a sexed up version of the classic 1980's Reeses Peanut Butter Cups commercial, Carl's Jr. has delivered a couple of smoking hot barbecue babes appropriately clad in cleavage-enhancing halter tops, ass cheek revealing short shorts and stem-enhancing FM footwear to tout the marriage of pulled pork and hamburger.
In the ad, the two distractingly delicious ladies, each embodying the qualities of both the girl next door you want to introduce to your mother and the tantalizingly drool-worthy girl you want to slam up against the wall and...oh...sorry...back to the business at hand, tussle at the grill until their gyrations result in the "invention" of the Carl's Jr. Memphis BBQ Burger.
Monica is cute. Monica has decided to make a quick pitstop for gas. Monica is cute. Monica will have to find another gas station because the one she just stopped at blew up. Monica is cute. Good thing her Corolla has legendary MPG to getting there won't be a problem. Monica is cute.
From our current favorite TV show, Breaking Bad, comes this Mentos parody that has fun with the scene in which Walter buys new cars for himself and his son, Walter Jr.
The scene, of course, lends itself perfectly the oddity of previous Mentos work.