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Fonseca Trending 10/11/21

Hellmann's Told People to Put Mayonnaise in Their Coffee, and the Internet Melted Down

Mayonnaise can be divisive . . . and the people who like it may say they love it with EVERYTHING. But those limits are being put to the test. Last Thursday, the Twitter account for Hellmann's told people to put mayonnaise . . . in their COFFEE. And they weren't kidding. They added, "Nope, that wasn't a typo. Mayo in your coffee. It's called having a sophisticated [palate]."

According to Hellmann's, "The benefits of putting mayo in your coffee include: Mayo in your coffee. [And] coffee in your mayo."

Naturally, this LIT THE INTERNET ON FIRE, with some people claiming they're going to try it . . . others insisting that it's gross . . . and others joking about it. One woman even sang a song about the situation.

Speaking of singers, Dionne Warwick was so disgusted that she BLOCKED Hellmann's. She said, "I won't tolerate it."\



Good News: McDonald's Is Giving Teachers Free Breakfast All Week

Here are a few more good news stories making the rounds . . . 1. McDonald's is giving teachers free breakfast all week, just like they did with first responders and healthcare workers earlier this year. Any educator with a valid I.D. can get a free breakfast meal each day this week. You can choose from an Egg McMuffin, Sausage Biscuit, or Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit, plus hash browns and a drink. 2. There's an ongoing school bus driver shortage. So a dad in Columbus, Ohio named Sean Rogers Jr. took matters into his own hands . . . and started taking kids to school in a STRETCH LIMO. His dad owns a limousine service, so he borrowed one. He took 25 kids to school last Monday, and 42 on Tuesday. 3. A 19-year-old cat named Gus got dropped off at a Humane Society in North Carolina last month, and they didn't think anyone would adopt him. But then a family who was looking for an older cat called . . . because they needed a companion for their 101-year-old mother. The head of the shelter called it a "match made in Heaven." 4. A guy in Kansas just got his wallet back . . . almost 50 YEARS after he lost it. It went missing in the early '70s, and someone just turned it in. His driver's license was still inside. But unfortunately, it expired in 1974. 5. Someone in Florida got drone footage of a school of fish swimming around in the shape of a heart.

Five Phrases People Use to Gaslight You

Gaslighting is a form of manipulation where someone makes you question your own judgement, or question reality. And it's especially common in relationships. Here are five phrases gaslighters love to use . . . 1. "That never happened." They'll do something wrong, and then try to convince you it never happened, or that you're making too much of it. 2. "You're too sensitive." If they try to minimize your feelings by telling you to toughen up, they might be gaslighting you. 3. "You're crazy." Over time, gaslighters can make their victims question their own sanity. They might even try to convince your friends and family that you're mentally unstable, just so they can use it to discredit you later. 4. "You have a terrible memory." That's another one designed to dismiss their own behavior, or trick you into thinking you're making too much of it. 5. "You should have known how I'd react." It's another way of trying to shift the blame away from themselves and onto you instead.

Any Interest in Bratwurst Filled with . . . Candy Corn? Candy corn is already TRIGGERING to a lot of Americans, so this is outright dangerous . . . A meat market in Madison, Wisconsin has created a fascinating new food by combining Halloween with Oktoberfest. It's a candy corn-filled bratwurst. And the mix also includes beer. They're called "Spook-toberfest brats" . . . and they're described as slightly sweet and, quote, "not scary at all."

Netflix Is Making a "That '70s Show" Spin-Off Called "That '90s Show"

Looks like the whole "That '70s Show" spin-off thing is going to be tried ONE more time. (If you remember in 2002, there was "That '80s Show" that only lasted one season.) Netflix is making That '90s Show" with KURTWOOD SMITH and DEBRA JO RUPP returning as Red and Kitty Forman. And the original creators are coming back too. The show will take place in Wisconsin in 1995with Red and Kitty as grandparents. Their granddaughter Leia . . . who is the daughter of Eric and Donna . . . will be visiting them for the summer while making new friends. Leia will be, quote, "under the watchful eye of Kitty and the stern glare of Red" because "sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll never dies . . . it just changes clothes." Netflix has ordered 10 episodes No word if other actors will return or make guest appearances, but we can hope.

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Anti-Flatulence Bedsheets Are Now Something You Can Buy

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Here's a good Christmas gift for your gassy significant other . . . or, buying it for yourself might be the REAL gift. A company in the U.K. is now selling anti-flatulence BEDSHEETS. The company Shreddies already sells fart-mitigating underwear. Now they've added two bedding products: An undersheet that your regular sheets go on top of . . . and a "Flatulence Filtering Duvet Cover" to keep your nighttime emissions trapped. Both options use the same technology as the underwear they sell. Carbon fibers absorb the flatulence, then neutralize it. A king size undersheet costs about $160, plus shipping. The duvet cover is $260. You can check them out at MyShreddies.com.

Five Phrases People Use to Gaslight You

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Gaslighting is a form of manipulation where someone makes you question your own judgement, or question reality. And it's especially common in relationships. Here are five phrases gaslighters love to use . . . 1. "That never happened." They'll do something wrong, and then try to convince you it never happened, or that you're making too much of it. 2. "You're too sensitive." If they try to minimize your feelings by telling you to toughen up, they might be gaslighting you. 3. "You're crazy." Over time, gaslighters can make their victims question their own sanity. They might even try to convince your friends and family that you're mentally unstable, just so they can use it to discredit you later. 4. "You have a terrible memory." That's another one designed to dismiss their own behavior, or trick you into thinking you're making too much of it. 5. "You should have known how I'd react." It's another way of trying to shift the blame away from themselves and onto you instead.


1. THE ROCK has a verse in a pretty intense new rap song called "Face Off", with Tech N9ne, Joey Cool, and King Iso. He also manages to work in a plug for his Teremana tequila.

2. GEORGE CLOONEY will not be getting involved in politics because he, quote, "would actually like to have a nice life." After turning 60 this year, he wants to take on less projects and do things he loves like play basketball while he has good health.

3. An actress from the first "Captain America" movie by the name of Mollie Fitzgerald has been ruled unfit to stand trial for her mother's murder. Mollie stabbed her mom in the back four times in December of 2019, but she claims it was self-defense.

4. During the baseball playoffs, MLB Network commentator Jim Kaat made a comment about wanting a "40-acre field full of" guys like White Sox third baseman YOAN MONCADA. He apologized later in the game.

5. The Green Bay Packers beat the Cincinnati Bengals 25 to 22 in overtime yesterday. But only after both teams combined to miss FIVE consecutive field goals that would have ended the game.

6. KIM KARDASHIAN hosted "Saturday Night Live" this weekend, and made fun of her whole family during her monologue, and in a sketch called "The People's Kourt".

7. A "That '70s Show" spin-off is on the way from Netflix called "That '90s Show". KURTWOOD SMITH and DEBRA JO RUPP are returning as Red and Kitty Forman . . . as they are visited for the summer by their granddaughter . . . Eric and Donna's daughter.

8. HBO Max is coming out with a dating show for single parents. And the best part is they'll be nominated by their college-aged kids. It'll be hosted by YVONNE ORJI from "Insecure".

9. PAUL MCCARTNEY is making it clear that he didn't instigate THE BEATLES' breakup . . . it was JOHN LENNON. Quote, "This was my band, this was my job, this was my life . . . so I wanted it to continue."

10. There was a Covid breakout in ERIC CHURCH's band, but instead of canceling his shows, he performed Friday and Saturday as "a special solo performance."

11. In an interview with "People", GARY LEVOX blames JOE DON ROONEY for the breakup of Rascal Flatts. Quote, "I wasn't happy that Joe Don quit. It kind of came out of nowhere."



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