This is a GREAT story about a woman who got revenge on the coworkers who kept stealing her lunch . . . and it's a MILLION times more effective than a passive-aggressive note.
A guy posted on Reddit.com that his wife was having trouble with coworkers taking her lunch from the fridge at work. So he made her some buffalo wings . . . but covered them in ghost pepper chili powder and Blair's 4am Reserve.
If you don't know, ghost peppers are one of the world's hottest chilies, and Blair's 4am Reserve is one of the hottest hot sauces known to man. It's 7,476 times spicier than Tabasco.
He ate a couple wings to make sure they wouldn't KILL anybody, and says they were REALLY hot. Nothing would cut the heat, and the ghost chilies actually got HOTTER as time went on.
So his wife brought them to work, and just before lunch, they heard someone YELL from the kitchen. It was one of the younger guys she works with . . . and he ran to the bathroom and wound up vomiting uncontrollably.
No one has touched her lunch since.
Luke Bryan is still in the early stages of writing songs for his next album. He says, quote, "We're going to take a month or two to just write. I've got 10 or 12 more to cut. I wouldn't say that I'm 100% as prepared as I want to be."
He's also still on the road, which is great because he can test those songs out to see how they play. Quote, "Some of these new songs . . . we may be trying them out on live audiences."
But when it comes time to choose which ones will be singles, well, that's up to his two sons. Quote, "I gotta do the Bo and Tate test with them . . . whatever they gravitate to is always a good choice for a single.
Brad Paisley has agreed to make a dream come true for a young musician named Blaze — and the guitarist has YouTube to thank for it.
According to his website, Blaze got his first guitar at the age of five — the same year he saw his first Kiss concert and decided that he would devote his life to music. He has been playing professionally since age 12, and gigs with his band around Las Vegas. He has developed a lightning-fast pick technique that incorporates influences from classic blues to metal and ’70s arena rock, but in recent years he has become enamored of country music, which first caught his ear due to Paisley’s technical proficiency on the guitar.
The young guitarist set his sights on getting to jam with Paisley, and he wrote and recorded a song titled ‘Brad Paisley’ that is based around the tag line, “I wanna jam with Brad Paisley.”
The song details all the things the young musician would be willing to do to make that dream come true — including mowing Paisley’s lawn — and features him in a number of humorous situations with someone who’s had Paisley’s face dubbed in over his own. The track’s outro also features Blaze in a jaw-dropping trade-off guitar solo, partly as himself, and partly as “Paisley,” in which he emulates Brad’s style in places.
It didn’t take long for Blaze to get his wish. He posted the video to YouTube on Jan. 20, and the following day, Paisley himself took to Twitter to accept his offer.
Mike Ditka was a Hall of Fame tight end and a legendary coach, but if he had a young son now, he wouldn’t want him to enter the family business. Ditka said he wouldn’t want a child of his now to play football on an episode of HBO’s “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel” that will air on Tuesday.
The coach’s opinion came out during this exchange with Gumbel in which the host also says he wouldn’t want his children to play football:
Ditka: “If you had an 8-year-old kid now, would you tell him you want him to play football?”
Gumbel: “I wouldn't. Would you?”
Ditka: “No. Nope. That's sad. I wouldn't. And my whole life was football. I think the risk is worse than the reward. I really do.”
The episode is about the 1985 Bears, whom Ditka coached, and the lasting effects that medications and playing through pain has on those that were on the team. Ditka advocates that the commissioner and owner ought to do something to help the former players.
In the episode, Jim McMahon said he struggles so much sometimes that he will just lay in his bed and stare at the ceiling fan for days or weeks at a time.