Remember those games you used to play at sleep overs?  "Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board"?  That never worked for us.  If I was the one in the middle I ended up just being called fat again.

Truth or Dare is a weird game.  Some random secrets get exposed like bed wetting or they make you eat dog food. Don't one will remember you licking the toilet seat after your buddy confesses to murder during the game.

That must've made the rest of the party a bummer.  "Damnit, Tiernan!  We were just going to play "Kick the Can".

"More like Kick the Bucket"


According to an article on the BBC he told his Truth or Dare partners:

"I have a secret I haven't told anyone. I may have killed someone."

Darnton had said he disabled a fire alarm and started the blaze because he did not want Gregory to suffer any longer from dementia, the court heard.

He added that he had felt "powerful" at an event involving a person who had died - thought to be Mrs Gregory's funeral - as he "knew what had happened and everyone else in the room didn't".

The counsellor ended the session by saying to him "I'm not really clear what you're saying but I think you're trying to tell me you've killed someone", to which Darnton mouthed "Yes".

Maybe next time they can stick to the Ouija board and talk to dead people instead of all the people they've made dead.  #PartyFoul


Everyone is rejoicing that the McRib is back! You can hear the chanting from down the block. Everyone is washing their hands a little bit more due to the bbq sauce residue and it's wonderful.

All is right with the world.

But it isn't always like this. The McRib will leave soon and we'll have to settle for a McChicken or a Double Quarter Pounder like a peasant. Life isn't fair. We know this.

However, my cousin Steve has figured out a way to beat the system.

He's gotten his hands dirty and experimented so we don't have to. He has perfected the DIY McRib!

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