Even with her extremely un-feminine racing suit on, it's easy to see that Danica Patrick doesn't have a whole lot goin on the boob department, and after her whiny display last week at the Nascar awards, one might think she would be highly offended if you made fun of her mosquito bites. However, in a truly remarkable gesture, probably one designed to quiet the critics who say she can't take a joke, Danica openly laughed at herself making fun of her tiny A-cuppers at yet another Las Vegas awards show, this time for country music.
Donning a "vegas-style" showgirls outfit, Danica addressed the crowd saying "no chance of a wardrobe malfunction here, there's just not much to malfunction." She then winked and said "I hope that little joke didn't fall FLAT".
Way to go Danica, you've redemmed yourself in our eyes. Now go win some races.
People love dollar stores like "Dollar General" because of the perception that most of the products are priced at just a buck. Of course, that isn't true, but now Dollar General has taken a cue from their rival "The Dollar Tree" and began selling cigarettes at discount prices. And like The Dollar Tree, cigarette sales have boosted Dollar Generals profits by almost 4 and a half percent in the last year.
According to their overall sales figures, tobacco, snacks and candy account for 76% of Dollar General's total net sales.
So, if you're lookin for cheap smokes, try the dollar stores.
It's no secret that singer Demi Lovato has struggled with a drug problem. She spent time in rehab in both 2010 and 2011. But now she's admitted to the public the extent of her drug use. She says she was so addicted to cocaine, she couldn't go an hour without it. She smuggled it on planes and snorted it right in her first class seat while the other passengers were sleeping. She did whatever else was necessary to make sure she always had it within reach, even when she was living with a sober person sneaking to the bathroom for a bump every 30 minutes to an hour.
Lovato now claims she's "clean & sober" and ready to move on with her life including her singing career and judge on the TV talent show, "The X Factor".
All we can say is Good Luck Demi.