We decided to use our Monster Blog this week to introduce a new member to the Average Nobodies family: our weekly video podcast discussing fantasy football. Every Wednesday we’ll be releasing a video to our YouTube page (www.youtube.com/theaveragenobodies) discussing the week/weekend that was in fantasy football. If you’re the kind of person that loves fantasy football and loves watching 10 minute videos of two moderately handsome guys, then this show is for you. Have you ever wanted to see grown men cry after an excruciating loss in fantasy? Then this show is also for you. This video is a dry run for what we want the show to be, which is basically reviewing our own teams as well as the studs and duds of fantasy football. We’re going to talk football, drink some beers and have some fun. See you on the flippity flip.
- The Average Nobodies
Taco Bell will give up to 11 lucky customers a lifetime of free food to celebrate its new dollar menu.
For the contest, the company released 11 unique dollar bills in 11 U.S. cities. For 11 consecutive days starting Tuesday, Taco Bell will release a serial number for the dollar bill in the city of the day. Participants can check the website to see if they have a match.
Potential winners have a month to find the bills, according to the promotional website .
The contest coincides with Taco Bell’s new “Dollar Cravings” menu.
The 11 winners will be awarded a $10,000 gift card — which Taco Bell claims is enough for life.
The company says the $10,000 figure is based on a consumption of $216 per year for 46 years.
Estimated odds of winning are one in 2.4 billion, according to the website.
So far, Taco Bell has only released a serial number for Los Angeles.” – Yahoo
Keeping on with the Taco Bell Trend. This is the greatest contest anyone has every done, ever. Hold on a hot second! $10,000 is a lifetime of Taco Bell? Who decided this, because that cannot be true. I give that gift card 10 years tops. Which is probably something I need to reflect on. Having said that, one in 2.4 Billion? I like my odds.
100% sure I would have put that ket ski into the wall 10 seconds in but it still looks like a lot of fun. These GoPro videos are pretty sweet. Anyone have any favorites? or some of your own? comment below.
TB – Operators of two Taco Bells in upper Manhattan thought “outside the bun” by counterfeiting money and forcing underage workers to give fake $20 bills to customers as change, a lawsuit alleges.
Annette Cirino is filing a class-action lawsuit in Manhattan federal court on behalf of her 17-year-old daughter, alleging the teen reported the allegations to cops after being “manipulated” into distributing funny money while working behind the counter at both restaurants.
“The girl has been quite distraught since this happened,” said the family’s lawyer, Richard Garbarini, adding the suit will demand at least $5 million in real money damages.
He described the fake cash as “terrible” copies slightly smaller than real $20 bills, adding they were likely produced on a laser-jet printer then run through a dryer to make them appear used
I think I speak for Matt and myself when I say the answer to this question is yes. I would willingly go to Taco Bell knowing full well if I have change coming back to me it’s going to be fake. I don’t know who these customers are getting $20 bills back as change, but you’re doing something wrong. How much Taco Bell are you buying that warrants a $20 bill as change? Also, debit cards, ever heard of them? You don’t get any change back and you still get to enjoy the natural wonder that is Taco Bell. If TB is smart, they’d run with this story. Invent Taco Bell Bucks, where customers come in and pay in actual cash, then get Taco Bell Bucks as change which can only be used to buy more Taco Bell. Hey Taco Bell, if you ever decide to do that, just know you have two hungry grown men willing to join the movement.
I guess that old story of Brock being above average on the microphone but being nervous in front of a live crowd is true, because he was awesome in another pre taped promo on Raw last night. They are using Lesnar perfectly, which is funny, because the way they used Cena on Raw last night was the opposite of perfect. Hey Bray Wyatt has some momentum after Summerslam right? Let’s have Cena KILL HIM. The only payoff to this angle has to be Brock just dominating Cena again, and Cena being away for awhile, because right now he is insufferable. The only bad thing about this promo is it included way less vomit, piss and blood.
Nothing needs to be said about this tribute other than it was perfect. A longtime friend saying goodbye to a longtime friend. The video montage was perfect as well.
Betrayal, blood, and ice water…a recipe for disaster if you ask me. “My mom told me not to leave my room” and I can see where she is coming from. This girl is in zero condition to be outside her bed never mind roaming her empty house and doing the ice bucket challenge, which with the size of the “Bucket” I’m not sure it even counts. ALSA.org (donate now) can I get a ruling on that? Bucket too small? She didn’t even pour it on her head. Just a straight chest shot. Well, at any rate, thank you for making my day just a little bit brighter and darker at the same time, and thank you for finally making a generation of YouTubers finally forget about David after Dentist. Kid was in the spotlight for far too long. Cleanup those stitches and get back in bed.
In Bill Paxton’s name we pray.
If you’ve never seen it, Billy on the Street is a web series featuring comedian Billy Eichner harassing the people of New York City. One of his major skits is asking strangers very simple questions, and if they win, they receive a dollar. The catch is the way he approaches people and asks the question, which usually frazzles people and throws them off. Last night, Billy and host Seth Meyers took to the streets of Los Angeles to do an Emmy themed episode, and the result was pure gold. No sir, that is not Seth Macfarlane.
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