Every year, the Suncoast District of the U.S. Postal Service in Florida receives on average about 1000 letters to Santa. But this year they’ve noticed an increase in letters to God.
An Internet-enabled nativity scene would look a whole lot different.
From marriages gone bad to celebrities gone mad, whose reputations took a hit this past year?
Is this the modern definition of austerity? The potential selling off of the Royal Mail is not going to be hampered if the new owners want to replace Queen Elizabeth II with something else of their choosing.
Sound like you know what you’re talking about when people ask you why today is the shortest day of the year.
The future of several government services depends on this day — and the results are in. (Via Swampland)
Holiday stress getting to you? Today’s the day to bring out your inner Ebenezer.
And the audience sings along. There’s something disconcerting about this…
Just because everyone out there’s thinking it, doesn’t it make any less worthy: this holiday season for Santa has been more “no, no, no,” than “ho, ho, ho.”
And with “like” at No. 2, the Clueless girls, like, totally need a vocabulary adjustment.
Iranian ice cream parlor Ice Pack wants to challenge U.S. fast-food hegemony around the world. They’ve got some catching up to do.
Tuesday’s links stick to the cookies and the jokes that we’re used to.