Ok, this one really bothers me, even though it shouldn't. Why is Buffalo Wild Wings referred to as BW3's? I've devoted far more mental power to this question than I am comfortable admitting. Where does the 3 come from? There are only 2 W's in the name, and there are obviously way more than 3 locations of this restaurant. They have more than 3 sauces to choose from, and more than 3 types of things to order, so WHAT IS THE DEAL? If you can shed any light on this subject for me, I'd appreciate it. Also, if you'd like to send some of BW3's boneless wildwings with Asian Zing sauce directly to my house, that'd be great, too.
Also, have you seen the Cialas commercial with the people sitting in the bathtubs? Separate, old fashioned bathtubs? On the beach, and then under some water fall type thing? What?! If a person, or a person's spouse had trouble with...well....that....and a drug fixed the problem, then why would they be sitting in separate bathtubs in public places? And why are the bathtubs there in the first place? Who would drag old fashioned claw foot tubs onto the beach, anyhow? Wouldn't that be against zoning laws in most places? I know, I know. I'm taking this far too seriously. It's just a commercial. But the stupidity of it annoys me. Can you imagine being in the room when the advertising agents pitched the idea to the Cialas people?
"So, we've got this couple, right? They've had some issues, but now that they've taken the drug, everything is great! So, they are sitting in these bathtubs...."
"No sir, there's no water in the tubs, and don't worry, they are fully clothed and in separate tubs, so the censors won't get upset."
"Yes ma'am! We thought it was a brilliant idea, too!"
We've had an ice storm, and school has been closed for 2 days, so as you can tell, I've had plenty of time to think about these things....
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