We all know J. R. R. Tolkien’s fantasy trilogy Lord of the Rings, but who is the actual Lord of the Rings.
“It’s been a little while so it’s possible my memory isn’t as fresh on the subject of Middle-earth as it once was. But a thought occurred to me this weekend that I cannot shake: Did J.R.R. Tolkien name the Lord of the Rings trilogy after the bad guy?”
Spice-lovers rejoice! Paqui Chips is re-releases the hottest chips in the world in 2020, one chip at a time.
“If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to get pepper-sprayed directly in your mouth, Paqui Chips has something you can’t afford to miss. Following the success of their Carolina Reaper Madness One Chip Challenges in 2016, 2017, and 2019, the company is re-releasing the sadistic snack for 2020.”
Supernova is an upcoming romance film starring Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci, and it’s stirring up some strong emotions.
“Remember that movie that was being made where Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci were traveling through England in an RV together and in love? The trailer for Supernova just dropped and … I was not emotionally prepared for what film movie is going to do to me.”
Amazon has announced that Prime Day 2020 will begin on October 13. Here’s everything you need to know about the big sales event.
“Five years ago, Amazon created its own shopping holiday with Prime Day, a savings extravaganza intended to nab new Prime members and amp up summer purchases. After a bumpy rollout in 2015, Prime Day exploded into an annual event rivaling Black Friday and Cyber Monday; shoppers purchased more than 175 million items during Prime Day 2019, according to Amazon.”
Check out the greatest karaoke scenes from movies and TV shows throughout the years.
“Unlike when a character bursts into song in a conventional musical, unearthing a previously unspoken truth or a shocking revelation, karaoke scenes are often inherently more ephemeral, playing on the possibility of embarrassment inherent to the situation and relationship between the in-room audience and the singer.”
Elon Musk has announced that Telsa is planning on launching the company’s cheapest electrical vehicle yet at $25,000.
“Although shrouded in mystery – a presentation slide showed a cloth covering a car-shaped object – the announcement was one of the highlights from Tesla’s long-anticipated Battery Day event. The rest of the event was packed with impressive moments, like a new battery cell and an upgraded Tesla Model S. But it was the $25,000 car that tapped into one of Tesla’s main goals.”