How would you like get paid to Facebook? Imagine, share with the world that you're sipping coffee at your favorite cafe and get $1. Post a few mundane updates a week and who knows, you might earn enough to pay your high-speed Internet bill. Sources say Facebook is testing a new feature that will allow a select class of users, whom Facebook calls 'Advanced Facebookers', to earn money while using the social networking service. According to sources close to the program, Facebook plans to pay the top 4 percent of the first batch of selected users up to $1 per activity during the initial global roll-out phase. Want to get paid to Facebook? Click here to apply.
It's been a while since we've seen a video of a drugged-up kid who just came from the dentist. But the newest one was well worth the wait. It's of a girl in Kansas named Abbie. And through the entire video of her car ride home, she can't stop crying . . . because she's convinced she MURDERED her wisdom teeth. She's holding them in a little cup the whole time, and a lot of what she says is slurred. But first she tells them that they were "taken against [her] own will," and quote, "I would have kept you. I loved you from the moment on." Later, she delivers one of her best lines, telling her mom that, quote, "They were just trying to help me chew, but I didn't accept them! . . . I deserve the pain. I took lives."
And after she's home, she looks at them one more time . . . says they can, quote, "come back" if they want to . . . and actually tries to put one of them in her mouth.
A video is blowing up on YouTube of some kid in the suburbs of Baltimore asking a girl to prom . . . by singing his own version of "I'm Yours" by Jason Mraz. The fact that he has a decent voice didn't hurt, and according to the YouTube description, she said yes.