They say “one picture is worth a thousand words”. I guess that makes a GIF worth ten thousand. Here are 12 examples of times fashion equalled pure magic.
I just recently watched the Season 10 finale of Futurama. While I am not a die hard fan of the show, I do watch it from time to time for the satire and occasional laugh-out-loud moment. Smart writing and great comic delivery make it a futuristic, grown-up version of The Simpsons.
I think Futurama surprised viewers with this romantic sci-fi twist when they showed what two people in love, Fry and Leela, would do if time were to freeze.
1. If a movie is terrible in the first 30 minutes, walk out of the theater or turn it off.
You’ll gain hours, if not days, back to your life which you can use to watch something better.
They never got their chance to shine in the spotlight. But in our world, anything’s possible! Here are fictional movie couples who I think should have been cast to end up together. *Spoiler alert- None of these people end up together so if you haven’t seen the movie being discussed, now you don’t have to!
1. Sarah and Jareth- Labyrinth
Yes, I’m aware the age difference here is quite staggering… and illegal. But what happens in the labyrinth, stays in the labyrinth! You can’t deny they had massive chemistry! Continue reading
I’m obsessed with 80’s movies. I mean, who isn’t. The pure cheesy dialogue spread thickly across a predictable plotline fills me with nostalgia… And a lady boner. So I thought I’d compile a list of the Top 10 Hottest 80’s movies heartthrobs. Everyone has their own opinion and this is just mine. There are way too many to choose just ten but here’s a few I felt needed some recognition. Continue reading
We’ve all been asked some head-scratchers during an interview at one point or another.
Q: What would you do on your first day if no one was here?
Q: If you were to give a TEDTalk, what would the subject be?
Q: What’s the worst road trip you’ve ever taken?
These are all random questions I have been asked during an interview. And while researching the product and absorbing a company’s origin story the night before could be of some use, there are just some questions you can’t prep for.
A question more random than Charlie Sheen’s affinity for Tiger Blood.
Here is the question I was asked:
Q: Why is the Princess Bride a Universally Loved Film?
I sat there stumped. This should be the easiest question in the world. And here I was, puzzled over a movie I had seen at least two dozen times.
Customer loyalty is the holy grail marketers have been seeking for years. Loyalty programs have become a means by which companies have attempted to gain this loyalty.
“Buy one, get another one half off.”
“Would you like to join our loyalty program and get 10% off your purchase today?”
We’ve all heard a variation of this loyalty “pick-up line” at one point or another. People usually join loyalty programs with the incentive to get the immediate discount, not an incentive for receiving rewards over the long term.
Just because a customer joins a loyalty program, doesn’t mean they are loyal to you. Brands use the information derived from these programs to track user behavior and reward them based on previous purchases. And that tailored, personalized experience showing that you care, makes them care and gets you loyalty.