Things I Learned On the Internet This Weekend
With the time change and it getting colder and everything, I found myself online a bit more this weekend. Oh the things I learned.
A) Gabriel Iglesias did NOT die over the weekend. It was a hoax originally reported on the internet. JoJo talked to him just last week. "Fluffy" went to the Facebook to tell his side of the story:
According to this article below I guess I died Friday and no one decided to tell me. Well, since I'm dead now I guess I can start eating carbs again. It was a good life. Had a great childhood and an amazing career. I traveled the world and got drunk in all 50 states, woooooo! I made a lot of people happy over the years and pissed off most my ex girlfriends in the process. Can't win them all, right? Soooo I guess I want to be buried somewhere people can visit my grave, put pretty flowers and pour diet cokes on my plot. I'm gonna want my estate to buy both plots next to me so that even in death I can stretch my legs. I would love it very much if people were to visit my grave and take selfies with it. Even in death I'm still a social media attention whore, #FarewellFluffy"
A word to the wise. If you are going to start a "dead celebrity" hoax, you shouldn't do it to a comedian. They will have too much fun with it. Try a politician; most people might not even notice.
B) Creepy Rob Lowe and Comedian Rob Riggle look very similar.
c) My friend Jason, owner of the Kakabakery in Eastown -- who has been mentioned by me before -- makes the best cupcakes and takes the cutest Halloween pictures!