You may have seen the outrageous DiGiorno advertising that has been permeating televisions for years, claiming that their pizza is as good as any delivery place, even implying that a tiny nerdy kid could be invited into what appears to be a generic rap star’s slammin’ party. You would think DiGiorno knows better, right? You bet they do: DiGiorno knows exactly what it’s doing with our emotions. How do I know? I read DiGiorno’s secret training manual from cover to cover.
It’s a penetrating look inside DiGiorno: psychological mastery, banned words, role playing — you’ve never seen anything like it. THE HORROR!
The training manual I mysteriously ended up with is apparently the most up-to-date and runs a bizarre gamut of DiGiorno do’s and don’ts, even mentioning words that employees shouldn’t use like “fucking asshole” and lessons on how to capitalize on human emotions, like love of food.
Inspired by Caveman Circus’s “video game logic”, we found 15 classic games that embody memes, song lyrics, and other famous pop culture quotes. And we still avoided doing a “Somebody That I Used to Know” parody.
Apple and the artist formerly known as Snoop Dogg are proud to present their collaborative project. OS X Snoop Lion is a rebirth, inspired by traditional reggae style. And they’re donating ten percent of proceeds to the Marijuana Reform Party.
We heard about Raging Bull II and we want some of this sequel money. We found eight more critically acclaimed films that could rake in money with unnecessary sequels.
Saving Private Ryan: In Time: Starring Matt Damon, Tom Hanks, and Ice Cube
Private Ryan is lost behind enemy lines again, this time in the year 3012. Capt. John H Miller (Hanks) deploys his team, along with an agent from the future (Cube), to once again save Private Ryan.