Selena Gomez, Adam Coralla, & the Top Things You Don't Want to Hear at the Gym.
3/11/2013 3:00:00 PM
Adam Carolla rips the Huffington Post for misquoting him (from the Newsom interview we posted here last week).
This is a must-listen, but BE WARNED there are LOTS of salty words in this here clip!
Some dads say that there's no better way to get extra attention from a Hooters waitress than to bring a kid with you. And SELENA GOMEZ'S dad definitely took advantage of that knowledge.
In the new issue of "Harper's Bazaar", Selena says, quote, "When I was seven, my dad would go to Hooters to watch San Antonio Spurs games. "But he started noticing that when I would come, with my little pigtails, all the waitresses would be like, 'Hey!' So he ended up spending time with me but with all those cute girls coming over. And that became our thing."
So Dads . . . have you ever deliberately used your kid to get closer to women? Do tell. Leave your comments below.
I’ll say this seems like a great excuse to post some pictures of Ms. Gomez on today’s blog.
Next time she hits the gym she better not use her cell phone too much. A gym in Massachusetts CANCELLED A WOMAN’S MEMBERSHIP for talking on her cell phone too much.
For more about annoying things while working out . . . here are the Top Things You Don't Want to Hear at the Gym.
Can I use that machine now? It doesn't seem to be doing you any good.
Starting next week, we charge by the pound.
We're getting rid of the designated smoking area.
Just so you know, the only available treadmill has a view of obese people doing yoga.
The dumbbells are in the corner. And behind those stupid people, you can find the free weights.
Sorry folks, we're all out of HGH.
Today on the show we will spotlight a great upcoming charity event featuring comedian Dan Chopin.
Stand Up for Kids: Irish Edition is a non-traditional twist on a traditional non-profit auction. Comedian Dan Chopin will once again emcee the event which will be headlined by St. Louisian Joe Marlotti.
Marlotti has over twenty years’ experience as a national touring comedian. He has headlined such notable rooms as The Funny Bone and The Improvisation, and has worked with some of the biggest names in comedy, including Drew Carey, Jeff Foxworthy, and Dennis Miller. He has also performed as the opening act for Tom Jones, Gloria Estefan, Glenn Campbell and others. In combination with Chopin and Marlotti, Irish musical duo Walsh-Buckley will bring humor to this ultimate St. Patrick’s Day Party through skits, monologues, and musical numbers.
The 6th Annual Stand Up for Kids Comedy Night and Auction will be on March 15, 2013 at 6:00 pm at the Royale Orleans Banquet Center at 2801 Telegraph Rd, St. Louis, MO 63125. Doors open at 5:30 pm and the entertainment begins at 6:00 pm. Tickets are $45 per person or $400 per table of ten and include dinner, open bar, and entertainment. The event, sponsored by River City Casino and Midwest BankCentre will also feature live and silent auction items including travel, premium sports tickets, wine, and group dinners.
Stand Up for Kids raises over $40,000 annually for Lemay Child and Family Center’s Scholarship Program. Lemay Child and Family Center has been providing quality early childhood educational services for children regardless of ability or economic standing since 1975. Serving predominately low-income students and their families in the south St. Louis County and City area, Lemay Child and Family Center is a nationally accredited early childhood education center and proud member of the United Way that provides over $40,000 in scholarships monthly to families. Its work allows working families to access child care while also providing a strong learning foundation for its children.
For more information on Stand Up for Kids please visit www.lemaychildandfamily.org or (314) 544-3338.