Internet Trolls Cracker Barrel After A Man’s Wife Was Fired On His Birthday!

(PCM) What began as an innocent tweet by a man named Bradley Reid Byrd asking why a Cracker Barrel restaurant fired his wife after 11 dedicated years of service has now morphed into a hilarious internet trolling war with tons of internet users showing their support and demanding #justiceforbradswife!

Poor Brad was simply looking for answers as to why his wife was let go from her position and it just so happened that she was fired on his birthday of all days. Cracker Barrel did not respond to Brad’s tweet, but the internet sure did and now they are posting hundreds of reasons why Brad’s wife should have never been fired in the first place. Digging underneath all the sarcastic commentary and quips a Cracker Barrel manager did respond to the situation making a statement proclaiming that Brad’s wife was just not a good fit for the company any longer. According to Facebook user, Michelle Bowman Neuhauser, “Bradley Reid Byrd’s wife, Nanette, worked at the Corydon, Indiana Cracker Barrel for 11 years, was fired by a district manager named Gwen Alexander. Reason given was, “She wasn’t working out.” She’s an older woman whom coworkers/customers say was hardworking, averaged 50-60 hrs a week. Since CB wouldn’t give Brad and Nanette an answer, he posted his question on their FB page”

You know the folks on the internet can solve just about every mystery, so they are speculating that it was very young manager that fired Brad’s wife and that it may be a case of age discrimination, as Brad’s wife is assumed to be much older. Each and every time that Cracker Barrel’s social media team posts something new, their comments section is flooded with clever responses that urge them to pursue some kind of #justiceforbradwife!  She certainly deserves it at this point and we are sure the Cracker Barrel REALLY, REALLY regrets firing her at this point.

Some of the best social media responses can be found below:

Someone even started a Change.org petition urging Cracker Barrel to explain the termination of #BradsWife! The petition has already reached over 20,000 signatures and continues to grow. It has been delivered to Cracker Barrels corporate office! Don’t worry Brad’s wife … Brad and the internet love you even if Cracker Barrel doesn’t!

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Someone Attempted To Sell A Bag Of Air That Contained Adele’s Breath On Ebay!

(PCM) No, we are not kidding! Someone on Ebay was attempting to sell a bag of air that was allegedly breathed by Adele during her recent “25” concert tour for the amount of $2,000! Let alone wanting to meet the person who was trying to pull this off, we would love to feast our eyes on the person who would be willing to drop that much money on a bag of literal air.

We suppose the seller,@shaun_mcdonough, gets some kind of points for creativity as the Ebay listing, which has since been removed claimed that the air was “legit” and was captured by McDonough at Adele’s recent concert. The auction began at $14.95 and skyrocketed up to $2,000 before Ebay caught on, however we can’t help but wonder just how high the price would have gone had Ebay kept the listing live.

The Ebay posting also included a photo snapped by McDonough of a Adele at the show to prove that they were really in attendance and within the proper distance to capture the air in a bag. After the first listing was removed McDonough tried once again to list the bag of Adele air, but not surprisingly the second auction was also removed. When posting the second listing, McDonough included a note he received from Ebay in regards to the first posting which read, “We’ve determined that some of your listings haven’t followed our No Item policy… To protect both buyers and sellers, buyers should be able to verify an item after receiving it. Listings that don’t offer an item for sale, or where the existence of the item for sale can’t be verified, aren’t allowed.”

It would be pretty hard to verify a bag of air and what about shipping! How would you be sure that the air would not leak out of the bag should it become ripped or damaged. Looks like no one will be owning any Adele air anytime soon!

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Flight Attendant Hilarious Mocks Britney Spears ‘Toxic’ Video

(PCM) An actual flight attendant named Assraf Nasir who works for Malaysian-based airline Airasia has hilariously recreated the music video for the Britney Spears song “Toxic” and he is completely spot-on.

Nasir has mastered Britney’s moves right down to high-stepping in the aisles to grinding against the walls of the plane. The best part is that he looks like he is enjoying every moment. Nasir’s parody video has already been viewed well over 4 million times and continues to pick up steam thanks to the power of the internet and our love for a good viral video!

When speaking to the Huffington Post, Nasir says, “I used to be a performing arts teacher before I became a flight attendant and dance has always been my passion. Once a dancer, always a dancer. The video was meant to be for some close friends and I didn’t expect it would go viral and receive such an overwhelming response, but I guess when you work for a fun company, fun is never far away.”

Nasir’s video even got love from the CEO of Airasia Tony Fernades, as he added the video to his own Instagram account saying, ““The talent in Airasia never fails to amaze me. @assrafnasir is the best. Love it that staff can just have fun and be themselves.”

You can compare Nasir’s version to the original music video below:

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Nail Salon Angers Customers (And The Internet) With Extra Charge For Overweight People

(PCM) A Tennessee nail salon, Rose Nails in Frayser, has found themselves in hot water after a customer posted an image online of a sign hanging in their shop saying that they charge more money for pedicures to overweight customers. The offensive sign in question read, “”Sorry, but if you are overweight, pedicures will be $45 due to service fees for pedicurists. Thank you!”. Customers were understandably outraged and once the image of the sign was posted online the rest of the internet became just as angered.

We just want to know what process the salon plans to use to determine if a customer fits the standard of being overweight or not. How would they even begin to go about figuring that out without literally offending everyone? That’s the biggest mystery. It’s not like you can just go walking up to a potential customer and say ‘Oh, excuse me. You look overweight. Would you mind weighing in before getting in the pedicure chair?”. Umm no way! If a nail salon employee were to ever say such a thing to us, we would be completely and totally offending and take our business elsewhere immediately.

When Memphis area news station WREG stopped by the salon in question the sign had already been removed and the salon owner claims that the sign was never posted up in his establishment. The customer who posted the picture online begs to differ, however we can’t say were blame the salon owner for denying it given all the backlash. The shop owner claims the picture could be from any shop in the area. He also went on to say that he had considered putting up a similar sign, but decided against it, instead he just refuses service to severely overweight customers.

The salon owner told the news station, It’s difficult for technicians to give them pedicures and he’s had broken chairs in the past which it hurts his bottom line. He said he’s had chairs broken twice which has cost him $2,000 to $2,500. Still sounds like a slippery slope to us.

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Monopoly Reveals New Game Tokens

(PCM) The results of the online poll have been tallied and Hasbro has revealed three new game tokens will be introduced to their classic Monopoly board game. This news means that we have lost three classic tokens as well.

The wheelbarrow, boot and thimble tokens will now be replaced with a T-Rex, rubber ducky and penguin token in all future versions of the game. In a press release announcing the new tokens Hasbro says, “Fans across the globe have spoken, and the eight tokens set to ‘pass GO’ in the next generation of the Monopoly game are the Scottie dog, top hat, car, battleship, cat, T-Rex, rubber ducky and penguin tokens”.

There was an insane amount of voters who took part in the online poll, as there are Monopoly fans young and old all over the globe and over 4.3 million people voted in the “Token Madness” campaign. Hasbro went on to say, “The next generation of tokens clearly represents the interests of our fans around the world and we’re proud to have our iconic game impacted by the people that feel most passionate about playing it.”

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Haven’t You Always Wanted To Smell Like Kitten Fur?

(PCM) There is an odd new perfume on the market that allegedly captures the scent of kitten fur in the most purrr-fect way possible. Cat lovers around the world are rejoicing,  but the rest of us … well, we can’t be entirely sure that we want to go around smelling just like cat, even if it is an adorable kitten.

New York-based fragrance company Demeter Fragrance Library has unveiled that their newest fragrance, aptly titled “Kitten Fur” was created to perfectly capture the smell of the area on a kitten located just behind their neck.

The company claims the fragrance has been over 15-years in the making and provides the wearer with a sense of warmth and comfort whether your a cat lover or not.

The exclusive fragrance is available on Demeter Fragrance’s website in multiple sizes and prices, ranging from a half-ounce cologne mini splash for $6 to a 4-ounce atmosphere diffuser oil for $25.

On Facebook user describes the scent as”a mix between newborn baby, a freshly baked loaf of bread and the scent of home.”

Some of Demeter Fragrance’s other most popular scents include baby powder, gin and tonic, moon beam and cannabis flower.

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