So, you may think you’re a big fan of Andy Murray, the 26-year-old Scottish tennis player who took home this year’s Wimbledon title. That’s nice and all, but it’s time to face the facts: you’re not really a fan compared to Will Hirons. The 27-year-old Brit, who’s now enjoying his 15 minutes of viral fame, tweeted at Murray last week, promising that if the tennis champ won Wimbledon, he’d get a commemorative tattoo on his rear end.
Murray won — and Hirons followed through on his promise. Just one day after Murray took home the title, Hirons tweeted the following (slightly NSFW) proof:[tweet https://twitter.com/willhirons/status/354309824353292288]
And there you have it. Ladies and gentlemen, the world’s biggest Andy Murray fan.
The centuries-old running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain, is living up to its dangerous reputation. On Friday, a bull went after a participant, tossing him in the air and trampling him. No word on the extent of the man’s injuries but, so far, only minor injuries have been reported since Sunday – the first day of the event.
Twinkie fans can breathe easy and head to Walmart for the first batch of their favorite golden sponge cake since the treats disappeared from store shelves last year. The superstore chain announced Friday that 1600 of its stores are already selling the Hostess snack, and it promises to have 3,000 of its 4,000 U.S. stores stocked by Sunday morning.
The news comes just three days before Twinkies national return date set for Monday, July 15, the Associated Press reports. Walmart also plans to have Hostess mini muffins and fruit pies back on its shelves by late next week, while coffee cakes, ho hos, orange cupcakes, Suzy Qs and zingers will be available early August. Sno-balls are due out in the fall.
The newfangled old favorite will also have an extended shelf life of 45 days compared to the 26-day shelf life of its previous incarnation…
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