We can't help ourselves. No, it's not that we can't stop eating all our kids' Halloween candy, as late-night comedian Jimmy Kimmel annually urges parents to do and then videotape the results. We can't stop ourselves from laughing at these kids whose lives, once again, have been simply ruined by their heartless parents. We dare you not to laugh, as well.
When it comes to good promotional writing, there's sometimes a delicately fine line between spurring customers into action and openly insulting them. Click here to see some restaurant chalk signs that have left that line far, far behind.
For the first time in its 162-year history, the California State Fair will feature an official chef, preparing salads from his own garden of fairgrounds-grown fresh fruits and vegetables. Somebody stop the madness and bring us a deep-fried Twinkie.
The fourth of July fireworks show had just ended, says videographer Benhamin Ames, but his 4-year-old thought she kept hearing them outside. So they sang to keep her mind preoccupied. In the end--and over 12 million YouTube views later--this heartwarming video captures the real magic of family holidays, with or without fireworks.
Critics of genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, claim they pose health risks to the public. Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel is always interested in people who have strong opinions, so he sent a crew to one of the local farmers markets to ask people why they avoid GMOs and, more specifically, what the letters GMO stand for.