Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Man Offers MLB Playoff Tickets In Exchange For Threesome


Talk about post-season excitement.



This guy cannot attend the first Washington Nationals playoff game this Friday, so he's selling his tickets -- for something other than money. Yep, this man -- who, according to his advertisement, is "not some old gross dude" and is "actually 24 and athletic" -- is offering his seats to "two women" in exchange for a threesome.



It's remarkable that this guy's ad is still posted on Craigslist, but, in any case, here it is in all its ridiculous, objectifying glory:



mlb tickets threesome



His sign-off really speaks for itself.



Tempting.



H/T dcist

Parents Face Backlash After Changing Baby's Diaper On Chipotle Dining Table


A mom's decision to change her baby's diaper on a dining table in the middle of a Chipotle restaurant is making headlines this week -- and raising plenty of eyebrows in the process.



According to The Consumerist, the mom in question was having a meal with her 16-month-old daughter when the tot needed a diaper change. However, when the mom found that the establishment -- the store was in the Midwest, the outlet states -- didn't have a changing table, she changed her child's diaper on a table in the dining area.



The woman's husband, Chad, reportedly sent a letter to Chipotle's headquarters, defending his wife's behavior and criticizing the restaurant's employees for telling the family they'd have to leave if they tried to change another diaper in the dining area. In the letter, obtained by The Consumerist, he said that while his wife's choice to change their baby on a dining table may have struck some as "unsavory," the employees displayed an "inability/unwillingness to empathize with parents who find [the car] a less convenient alternative even on a beautiful day like yesterday, much less a subfreezing day as we undoubtedly will have in [this region] this winter."



Chipotle responded to Chad's letter by saying that they were "currently in the process of retrofitting locations with changing tables," according to the outlet. The Huffington Post reached out to Chipotle but didn't receive an immediate response.



Read more of this story at The Consumerist.



As Eater.com notes, this is the second time in recent weeks that a mom has made headlines for changing her baby's diaper in the middle of an eatery.



In August, KHOU 11 News reported that a mom was kicked out of a Texas pizzeria after she changed her 4-month-old's diaper at the table. The woman, who was at the restaurant with her baby and her two other children, said that the pizza place had no changing table and, according to the news outlet, she "didn't want to take everyone back to the minivan to do the diaper change."



This week, as news of the latest diaper changing debacle makes its rounds on the Interwebs, many parents and mom bloggers have expressed their horror at the idea of changing a child on a restaurant's dining table.



"Introducing excrement into a dining area -- even if it’s coming out of the cutest little body in the land -- is a major health code violation," wrote a blogger on Mommyish Tuesday. "It is simply not okay to do this. I don’t care if you have your parent-blinders on. Take them off. Dealing with the no-changing table situation is annoying, but it’s something most parents manage to navigate without changing their baby’s diaper next to someone else’s dinner."



A blogger on The Stir concurred, writing: "Being that Chipotle seems like a restaurant on the more progressive side -- and one with a kids' menu -- it is a little surprising that this particular location didn't have a changing table in the bathroom. But, still, it's no excuse to go Cro-Magnon on everyone. I mean, they were eating at Chipotle for god's sake -- how long does that take?"



Still, others have been more forgiving. In the comments section of The Stir, for example, one mom confessed to having changed her daughter's diaper in the middle of a restaurant. "I was so mad that [somewhere] didn't have a changing table," she wrote. Another reader wrote, "I honestly don't see [what] the big deal is."



What would you have done if you were in this mom's position? Tell us below.

'Let Her Go' The Movie Cliché Supercut


Women. You leave them unsupervised for one minute and they go do something silly, like getting kidnapped by a super villain, hell-bent on world domination.



No one understands that sexist cliché better than cinema’s action heroes, who tirelessly toil to retrieve Hollywood's damsels in distress. Fortunately, these protagonists are armed with a foolproof strategy to secure safe release: the phrase “Let her go!” (which is often said with steely-eyed determination).



Praise, then, to these great feminists of cinema -- the Chuck Norrises, the Arnold Schwarzeneggers and the Jean Claude Van Dammes. Without them, those women would probably still be held in the patriarchal clutches of their male oppressors.



Watch the movie compilation above, and learn how heroism is done, at least for cinema’s greatest action stars.



Tip of the hat to Vince Mancini of FilmDrunk for providing the inspiration.



Full List Of Movies In Order Od Appearance:

"Code of Silence" (1985)

"Raiders of the Lost Ark" (1981)

"Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" (2005)

"Get Smart" (2008)

"Rush Hour 3" (2007)

"Tango & Cash" (1989)

"I, Robot" (2004)

"I Still Know What You Did Last Summer" (1998)

"Hercules (1997)

"Black Knight" (2001)

"The Dead Pool (1988)

"The Matrix Revolutions" (2003)

"The Lone Ranger" (2013)

"Seeking Justice" (2011)

"End of Days" (1999)

"Waterworld (1995)

"Year One" (2009)

"Me, Myself & Irene" (2000)

"The Conjuring" (2013)

"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" (2012)

"Swordfish" (2001)

"Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance" (2011)

"Drive Angry" (2011)

"The Tourist" (2010)

"Heist" (2001)

"Breakdown" (1997)

"Green Lantern" (2011)

"The Warriors" (1979)

"Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow" (2004)

"Slither" (2006)

"Ticker" (2001)

"Batman Forever" (1995)

"Rise of the Guardians" (2012)

"The Abyss" (1989)

"The Godfather: Part III" (1990)

"Timecop" (1994)

"48 Hrs." (1982)

"Bride of Chucky" (1998)

"The Rocketeer" (1991)

"Jackie Chan's First Strike" (1996)

"Ghost Rider" (2007)

"Panic Room" (2002)

"Blue Ice" (1992)

"15 Minutes" (2001)

"Witness" (1985)

"The Jackal" (1997)

"Mission: Impossible III" (2006)

"30 Minutes or Less" (2011)

"The Samaritan" (2012)

"Children of Men" (2006)

"Cop Out" (2010)

"Speed" (1994)

"Point Break" (1991)

"Duel at Diablo" (1966)

"Ticker" (2001) clip 2

"Metro" (1997)

"For Your Eyes Only" (1981)

"The Last Boy Scout" (1991)

"Orgazmo" (1997)

"Léon: The Professional" (1994)

"Commando" (1985)

"Universal Soldier" (1992)

"Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" (2011)

"Licence to Kill" (1989)

"The Crow" (1994)

"Taken 2" (2012)

"Dr. No" (1962)

"Timecop" (1994) clip 2

"Loaded Weapon 1" (1993)

"Shaft" (2000)

"The Amazing Spider-Man 2" (2014)

"K-911 (1999)

"12 Rounds" (2009)

"Mission: Impossible II" (2000)

"Ride Along" (2014)

"Flashdance" (1983)

"Dogma" (1999)

"S.W.A.T." (2003)

"The Last Boy Scout" (1991) clip 2

"Get Shorty" (1995)

"Into the Blue" (2005)

"American History X" (1998)

"Collateral" (2004)

"Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" (1984)

"Men in Black" (1997)

"All About the Benjamins" (2002)

"Toy Story 2" (1999)

"Loaded Weapon 1" (1993) clip 2

"Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot" (1992)

"The Siege" (1998)

"Shoot to Kill" (1988)

"Lethal Weapon" (1987)

"Thelma & Louise" (1991)

"Spawn (1997)

"Sin City" (2005)

"Tomorrow Never Dies" (1997)

"The Dark Knight" (2008)