Good bye 2013!! I don't know about you but I am ready for a new year! Many of us will be out on the town tomorrow night having some celebratory champagne and then some eh hem, so we should all think about cabbing it home if we have not established a designated driver. And why not with a FREE cab ride?
What did you do for New Year's Eve? Go to a bar? Hang with friends at a party? Stay home? What about spending the evening in a supermarket because you got locked in? A 73-year-old woman France did just that.
It's hard to believe 2012 is coming to an end, and we're gearing up for another year of photobombing, pranking and costuming our pets. We have a feeling 2013 will bring even more hilarity and entertainment, so ringing in the new year is definitely a cause for celebration. This usually involves party hats, tons of noisemakers and a bit of prep, like any sort of holiday.
Everyone knows about the ball that drops in New York City's Times Square to mark the start of a new calendar year. What you may not realize, though, is that other cities around the nation have similar traditions that entertain and enthrall their local communities. Here's a look at some of the odder traditions that will be taking place in America tonight:
New Year's Eve is all fun and games until somebody loses an eye.
That's the takeaway from the American Academy of Ophthalmology annual year end warning on champagne bottles. According to the doctors, 'When a champagne cork flies, you really have no time to react and protect your delicate eyes." GAH! Shield yourself with the nearest anything!!!
We're going to make a pretty huge statement right now ladies and gents, so brace yourselves: photobombing is hands down the best way to capture any sort of moment. Ruining a picture with that unexpectedly hilarious face or the addition of a random stranger in a photo simply adds that extra oomph needed to bring a picture to the next level. Plus, it's just funny stuff.