Now we present all of our winners — like Randall the Honey Badger, who won the internet sensation category with 35% of the vote, and the “no-no cat, who managed an impressive 39% in the always competitive feline category — in the list of the year’s best viral videos.
Where has all the commercialism gone? This year, the majority of Americans “don’t care about the presents underneath the Christmas tree,” as Mariah Carey sings. Their favorite aspect of the holiday season is the time they get to spend with loved ones.
Eggnog is one of those drinks we all like to have around the holidays not because it’s our favorite drink, but just because of tradition. However, it turns out that more people actually like the drink than dislike it.
It wouldn’t be Christmas time without Christmas movies, and even though the same half-dozen or so holiday classics tend to be played again and again during December two Christmas films folks are still not sick of are ‘A Christmas Story’ and ‘It’s a Wonderful Life.’
These days, the Christmas season kicks into full swing right after Thanksgiving ends, but it looks like the majority of Americans aren’t particularly thrilled with spending an entire month celebrating the holiday.
When Ivon Padilla-Rodriguez netted $100,000 in tuition money for winning a Dr. Pepper sponsored football-throwing contest during halftime of the SEC championship game, she was overcome with emotion.
Right after taking the prize Padilla-Rodriquez was interviewed, and the University of Nevada student showed her appreciation by tearfully declaring to a national television audience, “Dr. Pepper is seriously the best thing that has ever happened to me.”
With adulterous accusations involving Herman Cain and an Atlanta business woman flying around, a Pew Research Center poll shows the public may have difficulty voting for him. Even though his once-promising presidential campaign has been thrown into disarray after Ginger White claimed she had a 13-year affair with the married former Godfather pizza CEO, nearly half Americans don’t really care.
When he was four, Colton Burpo almost died of a burst appendix. Vivid memories the now 12-year old had of going to Heaven, sitting in Jesus’ lap, and meeting dead family members during this near death experience became the basis for the book ‘Heaven is for Real,’ which has been on the New York Times bestseller list for the past 52 weeks.
Now there is an 32-page illustrated children’s edition of ‘Heaven is for Real,’ which Colton and his parents promoted on ‘Today.’
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