Fonseca Trending 11/19/21
- Politico says the White House is planning to pardon two turkeys today named Peanut Butter and Jelly. The birds were raised in Jasper, Indiana and weigh 40 lb a piece. After the pardon, the birds will be moved to Purdue University to live out the rest of their lives.
- White House Chief Medical Adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci tells Business Insider that he expects babies and toddlers to have a coronavirus vaccine by the Spring
- Paul Rudd is going to host Saturday Night Live on December 18th.
- Brobible says Martin Scorsese is directing a movie about The Grateful Dead.Jonah Hill is going to play Jerry Garcia.
- Yahoo News says Apple's electric car could debut as early as 2025. No word on how much the car will cost
Police Boot Granny From Hotel For Giving Bad Review On Hotels.com: WXIA says Susan Leger was booted from a Baymont Inn and Suites Hotel, in Helen, Georgia, because she gave them an average review on hotels.com. Hotels.com sent her an email that asked, “What went wrong?” Susan gave a three-star review before writing, “Rundown. Pool’s not open. Toilet doesn't flush well.” Minutes later, the hotel manager called and kicked her out. The 63 year-old grandmother and her six-year-old granddaughter were in their pajamas when the police banged on the door and escorted them out. The officers helped Susan find another room at a nearby hotel. Hotel Manager Danny Vyas says he called 911. "At the end of the 911 call, I said she’s not happy with the room. That’s why we had to let her go.'
These Thanksgiving Turkeys Cost $13 A Pound: The NY Post says wealthy people will be eating KellyBronze turkeys this year. The turkeys cost $13 a pound compared to regular grocery store turkeys, which cost $1.36 a pound. A large KellyBronze turkey costs well over $300.
Turkey farmer Paul Kelly owns a farm in Virginia and says his birds are taken to the table at six months instead of three. “They have all that maturity. They’ve laid all their muscle down, and they’ve laid all the fat down, so you haven’t got to baste them or brine them. The flesh is somewhat marbled with fat, in the same way that ultra premium beef is, meaning they’re naturally juicy and cook in half the time of typical turkey. It’s kind of like Wagyu. It just makes it very, very tender.''
Hollywoodlife.com says Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian have officially gone public with their romance. They were spotted holding hands yesterday in Palm Springs, California. A source tells US Weekly Magazine, “Kim lights up when she’s around Pete. Their chemistry is off the charts and getting stronger each passing day. No one can remember seeing her smile and laugh so much around a guy. He just has this ability to hold Kim’s total attention and have her in stitches with his hilariously dry sense of humor. He’s so down to earth and humble, which she really digs.”
A second source says, “They have a unique chemistry that she hasn’t had with anyone else. They have such a strong connection. She gets butterflies around him and he makes her laugh — and that’s more than she can say for other guys.”
Ric Flair tells the Wooooo Nation Podcast that Hulk Hogan is having serious health issues. "He's having some really bad health issues but he keeps up with me. We support each other, good and bad. When I was in the hospital he flew up that day like everybody else that came up to see me…Hulk was gracious, Jimmy Hart was great. I don't remember seeing them because I was in a coma but they made the effort to go. Those are the kind of things that mean a lot."
Carole Baskin tells ITV that her missing husband, Don Lewis, is alive and well in Costa Rica. "One of the really exciting things that came out of Tiger King 2 is that they produced a letter from Homeland Security and it says that a special agent in charge with the FBI at Homeland Security reached out to the sheriff's detective George Fernandez, which means this had to have happened after 2002, because Homeland Security wasn't even around until 2002. And they said that my husband, Don Lewis, is alive and well in Costa Rica. And yet all of this hay has been made about me having something to do with his disappearance, when Homeland Security has known where he is at least since back then."
Alicia Silverstone tells Glamour magazine that she stole all of her costumes from ''Clueless.'' "After the movie… I ran home with a lot of the clothes and I tried to wear them in real life but then I realized I’m not Cher, so this doesn’t make any sense. I still wanna just put on some jeans and a T-shirt and my tennis shoes, so… I didn’t find a way to use those in my real life and I gave them all away. But, over time I have grown to really appreciate fashion and the art of it, and as long as it’s done responsibly."
Naughty Gossip says many people don't know that Spider-Man star Tom Holland is only 5-foot-8. He tells GQ magazine, “I’d do this thing on red carpets where I would stand closer to the photographers than the people behind me o look taller. I cannot do anything about my height. I can put on more muscle.”
Complex magazine says Will Smith is considering doing a ‘Verzuz’ Battle (DJ battle) with LL Cool J. They quote him as saying,“Yeah, you know I was thinking about that. Me and L, we’re talking about doing one. But I never had a chance to—I was writing my book … L is going to body me.”
OK! magazine claims Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez are planning to move in together. A source tells the magazine, “Right now they’re headed to Texas, where they’ll be living while Ben films his next movie, and they’re looking for a new property to move into in L.A.. They feel so blessed to be living this real-life fairy-tale.”
Woman's Day magazine says a new movie about Meg Ryan's life is allegedly in development. A source tells the magazine, “Biopics are all the rage at the moment and movie makers think Meg’s story of her rise, all and relationships with Dennis Quaid, Russell Crowe, and John Mellencamp is worth telling. Russell was a complete mess.''
Thanksgiving Cost Study
A new study by the American Farm Bureau Federation reveals that Thanksgiving dinner will cost Americans 14% more this year than previous years. Other findings:
- Thanksgiving dinner for a family of 10 will cost an average of $53.31 this year
- turkey is 24% more expensive this year than last year
- the average 16-pound turkey costs $23.99 this year
- pie crusts are 20% more expensive this year
- dinner rolls are 15% more expensive this year
Most Popular Thanksgiving Dishes .. According to a new survey by the puzzle manufacturer Bits and Pieces
1 turkey and ham (29.5%)
2 Mashed potatoes (15.4%)
3 pies (12.7%)
4 casseroles (10.1%)
5 macaroni and cheese (8.7%).
6 cranberries (4.1%)
7 dinner rolls (3.5%)
8 green beans (2.5%)
9 salad (1.0%).
Favorite Thanksgiving Pies... According to a new survey by YouGov
sweet potato 10%
banana pudding 3%
other or doesn't eat pie 14%
THE TOP 10 BIGGEST STRESSES AT CHRISTMAS … According to a new survey by Warner Leisure Hotels
1 Buying presents
2 The amount of money that is spent overall
3 Pleasing everyone
4 Doing the big food shop
5 Having enough money to last you through December
6 Wrapping presents
7 Putting on weight
8 Running out of time to do everything
9 Cooking the dinner in general
10 Saving enough money throughout the year to afford it all
Worst Festive Movies Or TV Shows Ever … According to a new survey by USwitch, based on percentage of negative reviews
1 The Star Wars Holiday Special
2 Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever
3 Tim Allen’s The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause
4 Deck the Halls
5 Love the Coopers
Biggest Office Holiday Party Regrets... According to a new survey by the dating site Illicit Encounters
1. Kissing a colleague when drunk (36% of women/31% of men);
2. Making a fool out of myself in front of the boss (33% of women/26% of men);
3. Revealing secret passion for a colleague (22% of women/20% of men)
4. Sleeping with a co-worker (16% of women/15% of men)
5. Getting caught slagging off a colleague (15% of women/14% of men)
My teenagers are excited to see the new Ghostbusters movie this weekend. My 7 year-old is not because he thinks a ghost lives in his closet. He's always running into our bedroom whenever he hears something go bump in the night. It doesn't help that his brothers tease him. My husband says we should not allow him to sleep in bed with us because he needs to be a 'man' and stay in his own room. I see nothing wrong with comforting him. How would you handle the situation? Should we allow our child to sleep with us?