Biker Looking For False Teeth Brings Traffic To A Halt

A motorcyclist brought traffic to a standstill on one of Madrid's busiest highways after he pulled over to look for his false teeth, which flew out of his mouth when he sneezed, according to local media reports. Two municipal police officers approached the motorcyclist Saturday and ordered him to resume his journey for his own safety and that of other drivers on the capital's M-30 highway, Europa Press reported. It wasn't known if the man found his dentures. City police weren't immediately available to confirm the report and provide more details. (Huffingtonpost.com/AP)


Paula Deen -- Cooking on a Stage Near You

Paula Deen is about to take her act on the road. The Miami New Times says that the “Paula Deen Live” tour will feature the celebrity chef inviting fans on-stage to help her cook and to partake in what she calls her “all-time favorite parlor games.” Her husband and sons will make guest appearances. The 20-show tour – which kicks off in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee on Saturday, June 21st – is Deen’s attempt to comeback after a racially charged lawsuit almost took her cooking empire out last year. Tickets for the “Paula Deen Live” tour will go on sale Thursday.

Here are first seven dates, with additional shows being announced soon:

• Saturday, June 21 - LeConte Center in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

• Sunday, June 22 - LeConte Center in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

• Wednesday, August 6 - Majestic Theatre in San Antonio, Texas

• Friday, August 8 - Lucas Theatre in Savannah, Georgia

• Friday, August 15 - Lucas Theatre in Savannah, Georgia

• Tuesday, August 26 - Wodruff Arts Center in Atlanta, Georgia

• Wednesday, August 27 - Andrew Jackson Hall in Nashville, Tennessee


The "Shelfie": Instagram's Next Dumb Phase

Did you ever think the day would come that you were begging people to return to posting “Selfies”? After you see the newest trend of “Shelfies” you’ll miss the days of seeing those duck face bathroom shots of your frenemies. Instagram users are once again destroying the art of photography with this newest pretentious trend, the “Shelfie.” The “Wall Street Journal”, spotted the trend and assigned the name. (Instagram users typically only apply "Shelfie" to photos of bookshelves, but it works.) Want to start posting your own “Shelfie” that no one will care about? Gather up a few significant objects that creates something that's “you,” and snap a picture. You’re done. You can gaze upon the compilation of your dog’s paw, a crinkled wrapper of Violet’s candy, and your Ray Ban’s ‘til your little heart desires.