Who says wedding food has to be fancy and expensive? A couple from England recently spent about $453 on a Domino’s pizza buffet for their wedding guests. The bride said, “I didn’t want traditional sandwiches or anything at the wedding, I wanted something that stood out.” In total, the couple ordered 30 large pizzas, 20 garlic breads, 20 boxes of chicken strips to feed their guests. (Which is fine, as long as they had pigs in a blanket, too.)
93-year-old Ray Boutwell, a retired baker and Navy veteran, was bored in retirement, so he opened a boozy cupcake shop. Ray’s Boozy Cupcakes in Voorhees, New Jersey, opened last month and sells cupcakes like Strawberry Banana Daiquiri, Tequila Sunrise, chocolaty Fireball, Kahlua Cappuccino, Blueberry Vodka and Pina Colada – all made with real booze. (“No officer, I just has a few cupcakes.”) (Today)
A new study by Keele University and Long Island University reveals that using profanity during your workout can improve your performance and help you deal with pain. Researchers had study participants use profanity while exercising. They had another group refrain from using profanity before comparing the results of the workouts. Hopefully the aerobics class in the church basement doesn’t get wind of this fact.