A couple of years ago, his movie about a teddy bear that came to life earned the distinction of being "the highest-grossing original R-rated comedy of all time." That's according to comingsoon.net, and why would they lie?
On June 26, Ted 2 will hit the theaters, and the trailer for it hit the internet yesterday.
Mark Wahlberg is back as Ted's best friend, and Morgan Freeman is part of the cast.
by Booker, Alex and Sara,posted Jan 29 2015 9:30AM
I have done the MFF 21 Day Challenge a total of 3 times over the last 4 years. Every time I lose an average of 5-7 pounds over the 21 days. This year I lost 5 pounds easy. (I don't believe in pills, or drops, or shots, or fad diets...I believe in eating real food. If you eat the right food, in the right amounts...you lose weight.)
Why I did it this year:
My motivation this year was to get back on track and to stop eating so much dang sugar!
I am really good at eating healthy Monday – Thursday, but when Friday roles around, I think I "deserve" every cookie, glass of wine, and breakfast taco that comes my way. I wanted help snapping out of this game I play with myself!!
Favorite part of MFF:
It is so easy. For 3 weeks I don't have to worry about meal planning, grocery shopping etc.
I reminds me...I CAN go out with friends and drink water instead of wine. I CAN go to a football watching party and not snack on chips and dip. I CAN get through a day without candy! (I actually never craved sugar while on this plan...it is crazy that if you eat the right food...cravings go away! )
I am in love with the Lettuce Wraps and ALL of the breakfasts.
I know that MFF is an investment, and here is how I look at it. Look at all the money you spend over a 3 week period on food, snacks, drinks, restaurants, coffee, etc. MFF is still probably going to cost more, but does it cost THAT much more? Maybe the $$ you spend is a good motivator to stay on the program…it is for me!
Well I fell a heck of a lot better than I did on December 31st. I am down a few pounds, and it helped me get in the grove to lose weight and make good healthy decisions in 2015!
Happy #TBT! Here's a photo I ran across. I like to montage photos so that's the reason you might see other body parts in the background of this photo. Have you checked out some older photos of yourself, especially if you grew up in the '80s and thought.. 'WTF' how did I get my hair to do that.. look at my makeup. Seems like you try to look older when you are young growing up. When you get older, it's the other way around.
I'm thankful I never got to close to an open flame and have my hair catch fire. I won't say I never cinged it. ;) If you have kiddos who are doing what you think are weird things to their hair, makeup or whatever. Instead of fighting about it, just think there will be photos that will pop up later where they will say.. .WTFrick was I thinking? It's a never ending cycle that makes for great 'Get a good laugh' photo later. :)
While a near-record snowfall covered the City of Boston, one man tried to stay ahead of the white stuff.
Chris Laudani, a bartender, finished his shift early on Tuesday night, grabbed a shovel and headed for Boylston Street and the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
On his own, he cleared the finish line - site of the horrific bombings - of snow.
He wasn't looking for anything.
"I only did it to send a message," he later told Boston Magazine after his identity was determined. I love the Boston Marathon and everything it stands for, the finish line doesn't deserve to be covered in snow."
The folks at Go Daddy, keepers of so many web domains, usually produce an ad for the Super Bowl.
Sometimes sultry, sometimes sexy, they usually cause a bit of a stir.
This year, they decided to go with something a little more tame, sort of spoofing Budweiser's commercial last year about the lost dog.
This new Go Daddy ad featured Buddy, a golden retriever puppy who finds his way home, only to find that his owner has just sold him on a website she built with Go Daddy's help. Buddy's owner, as it turns out, is a breeder from Gabby's Goldens. At the end of the ad, Buddy's loaded into a van and driven off.
When the ad was released on Tuesday, animal rights activists were up in arms, and demanded that the ad - which they suggest was glorifying puppy mills - be pulled.
And the folks at Go Daddy agreed. Here's the ad you won't see on Sunday.