There's no better way to celebrate an important occasion with a glass of champagne. For me, the novelty of champagne has never been about the taste of the alcohol, but rather the significant moment when the cork is popped out of the bottle. Little did I know that this pop is actually a miniature supersonic shock wave. Champagne just got even cooler.
Surge, the popular soda that has been discontinued since 2003, is now back on store shelves
in the United States. Although the beverage has been available online since 2014, today marks the first day customers can hop on down to their local supermarket and pick up the sugary drink.
The company announced the return on Twitter back in August in a larger than life way.
DJ Earworm has been mashing up the top 25 pop songs of the year since 2007 with his "United State of Pop" video series.
He released the 2014 edition on Wednesday, "Do What You Wanna Do," with all the songs you love but are too embarrassed to admit.
DJ Earworm, whose real name is Jordan Roseman, says this year's songs are more down tempo than previous years, so weaving them together is a bit more difficult.
"The thing that has been most notable in the past two or three years is the decline of EDM," he told Billboard. "The 'United State of Pop' became this dance track from '09 to '12, and then starting last year, there just wasn't enough in that genre to fully support it, so I went down-tempo."
If you remember MTV during its late 90s/early 00s heyday of awesome shows like Clone High and Undressed, then you might remember their stab at lampooning the boy band craze with their sitcom, 2gether. The remaining living members of the show are reuniting for a Q&A and performance at the Jon Lovitz Comedy Club, which begs the question, Jon Lovitz has a comedy club?