The last time the Chicago Cubs won the World Series was in 1908. The last time they made an appearance was in 1945. While this is hilarious for fans of other baseball franchises (except maybe the Seattle Mariners and Washington Nationals since neither have appeared in the Fall Classic), the championship drought has become a tradition and given rise to Chi-town’s sense of humor.
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The show must go on, just keep some tissues handy.
We’ve come to expect TV shows to kill off characters. From cop shows to medical dramas to sitcoms, no one is ever truly safe -- but when an actor starring in a series actually dies, it changes everything.
Viewers, cast mates, and producers alike want to make sure the departed is properly honored, leaving everyone with a positive lasting memory. Here’s how some of the most popular TV shows handled the deaths of actors and their respective characters.
Perfect things for that special someone with a morbid or sassy sense of humor.
This Valentine’s Day, you could go the standard route and buy a box of chocolates, bouquet of flowers, heart-patterned boxers, and thoughtful card. Or you could get creative with the holiday based on a bow-wielding Greek god named Cupid whose arrows fill intended targets with uncontrollable desire.
The following gifts might not inspire “uncontrollable desire,” but they should put a smile on the object of your affection’s face this V-day.
Have A Heart…Made Of Chocolate
Shopping before a big storm hits is sort of like shopping when you're hungry. Mistakes are often made.
When the news breaks of a massive storm, the first thing people do is rush out to stock up on whatever they can grab. People converge on every supermarket and hardware store and go hog wild. While some of the purchases are completely sound and sensible, there’s also a lot of regret after the weather passes.
Here are a few things you might want to avoid.