It gets REALLY expensive to fly around Christmas. So here’s a way to make it slightly LESS expensive: Book your trip now! According to travel experts, this is the week when Christmas flights are the cheapest. We’re about 80 days away, so the prices should stay low until next Wednesday. (Huffington Post)
Cassadee Pope is insisting that she’s not dating her “Think of You” duet partner Chris Young–despite what fans think. “It’s so funny. We’ve said a million times that we’re not dating, but the fans still like to think so, so we let them think whatever–if it makes for a good experience in seeing us live,” Pope tells Billboard. “We are just having fun onstage, and try not to take it too seriously.” Pope goes on to credit the rumors with the song’s relatable heartbreak theme and her and Young’s chemistry. “From the first time we did it live, we realized we had great chemistry together onstage, so we just went with it,” she adds. “If the fans think that, then we’re doing it right.”
Get a whiff of this. A company that makes Apple accessories is now selling a candle that it says smells like a new Mac. Twelve South says the New Mac Candle is a scent combination of mint, peach, basil, lavender, mandarin and sage. It’s selling for 24-bucks for about two-days worth of burn time. But, you’ll have to wait until later this month to buy the candle because it sold out in minutes. (USA Today)
Feel like taking a SteakCation? Taco Bell Canada is promoting its new Steak Doubledilla quesadilla by offering fans the chance to stay overnight at a pimped-out restaurant location. According to Morningstar, the Chatham, Ontario, Taco Bell location will get an Airbnb-esque makeover–complete with two sets of bunk beds, comfy chairs and a big screen TV. Those staying at the restaurant will also have their very own Taco Bell Butler, who will be on-hand to deliver menu items throughout the night. The contest is open now and will close on October 11, with a winner being announced October 13.
After a thunderstorm forced a college lacrosse game to end early both teams decided to settle on a winner with a round of rock-paper-scissors. Western Michigan University and Dayton University lacrosse players turned to the unorthodox method after being forced off the field by lightning. Western Michigan University ultimately won the game after winning the best out of three rounds of rock-paper-scissors. (UPI)