October 26th is the 300th day of the year. There are 66 days remaining until the end of the year
There are 60 days remaining until Xmas
Today is .. National Pumpkin Day, Howl at The Moon Day, Texas Chicken Fried Steak Day, National Mincemeat Pie Day and National Mule Day
— On this date in 1858, the washing machine was invented
Sales of Barbie dolls have jumped by 29% during the pandemic.
Hormel is now selling Ranch dressing-flavored thick-cut bacon. It’s available at Walmart
The newest random pumpkin-flavored product on sale now is . . . PUMPKIN PIE MILK. It’s made by the convenience store chain Rutter’s that’s mainly in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and West Virginia. There’s no word on how it tastes.
Heinz just created “TOMATO BLOOD” ketchup . . . which is just regular ketchup in a vampire-themed bottle. And they’re giving out 570 bottles this week. You can win one by submitting a TikTok video featuring you and a regular bottle of Heinz ketchup.
While you might think delicious-looking food is pretty harmless, a review of studies suggests you’ve got it all wrong. Turns out regular exposure to virtual foods could encourage you to feast regardless of your actual hunger level. Spend too much time scrolling through a food-heavy Instagram feed and you could end up eating excess calories that contribute to weight gain.
Washington state has destroyed the first murder hornet nest it found, which included vacuuming several giant murder hornets out of it.
Oreo has built a secure vault on permafrost in Norway to keep some cookies secure if an asteroid hits the planet. This is a marketing stunt, by the way, not some serious move to protect Oreos.
A guy broke into a house in Oregon and the cops found him walking down the highway with a stolen gallon of milk and can of beets.
Instead of Halloween decorations, a guy in Nashville put a big sign in his front yard that says “2020.” And he put another sign next to it that says, “It was the scariest thing I could think of.”
“Silence of the Lambs” tops a list of movies with the most evil basements. It’s followed by “Get Out”, a 1978 movie called “The Evil”, “Psycho”, and “A Nightmare on Elm Street”.
An 18-year-old guy in Germany was busted trying to break into a prison to win back his ex-girlfriend who had dumped him by phone.