April 16, 2014
This could do for pizza what the Double Down did for sandwiches.
As of today, Domino's is now serving a pizza on a chicken base with the ambiguous name Speciality Chicken. According to the press release below, the pizza-like creation swaps a dough-based crust in favor of "12 bites of lightly breaded, 100 percent whole breast white meat chicken" which are topped like a pizza with sauces, cheeses, vegetables, and meats. The Speciality Chicken will be offered in four flavors at launch: Crispy Bacon & Tomato, Spicy Jalapeno-Pineapple, Classic Hot Buffalo, and Sweet BBQ Bacon.
Pimp C is smiling down from heaven.
Police say a Chicago man carrying a Gucci satchel pulled out a submachine gun when a convenience store clerk tried to charge him a 22-cent soda tax this weekend.
According to court documents, 36-year-old Nahshon Shelton was trying to buy a $1.79 two-liter bottle of Pepsi at Madison Grocery and Beauty in Chicago when the clerk informed him that he actually owed $2.01.
When the clerk explained the price discrepancy was the state's soda tax, police say Shelton pulled a .22-caliber Intratec submachine gun out of a Gucci satchel and threatened to kill everyone inside.
Shelton later justified himself to police saying, "I'm tax exempt," and explaining, "Man, you know what, I'll keep it real. I had to put them in their place."
April 04, 2014
The customer is always wrong.
March 31, 2014
Homegirl weezed the juice.
[It might be necessary to click through if the video doesn't show up. These uncut World Star clips don't always display correctly.]
March 03, 2014
Something has to be done to teach these companies the true meaning of customer service.
A California man is suing McDonald’s for $1.5 million because he was given just one napkin with his meal.
According to TMZ, Webster Lucas is claiming that he is now unable to go to work thanks to the “undue mental anguish” and “emotional distress” he sustained by being deprived of napkins.
Lucas, who is African-American, believes he was racially discriminated against by the manager when he went up to the counter to ask for more.
The lawsuit claims that the employee, a Mexican-American man, mumbled something that sounded like “you people.”