Top 10 Humorous Awards

February means the awards show season is in
full swing, as accolades are handed out for the best movies, television shows, and records
of the year. But this time of the year is also when a lot
of the best joke awards come to pass. While the Oscars are busy honoring the best
acting performances of the year, there are other ceremonies that honor the worst acting. And while every year the Nobel committee honors
the geniuses and do-gooders of the world, there are other groups that seek to “reward”
the stupidest and most malevolent nominees possible. The following is a list of some of the best
and weirdest of these joke awards and competitions. 10. The Bad Sex in Fiction Award Before you start trying to publish that romance
novel you’ve been working on, make sure you’ve put some real effort into writing
your love scenes, because if you don’t, you might end up winning the “Bad Sex in
Fiction Award.” Put out every year by the British magazine
Literary Review, the prize jokingly awards the worst depictions of sex in literature. As the creators say, the award seeks “to
draw attention to the crude, tasteless, often perfunctory use of redundant passages of sexual
description in the modern novel, and to discourage it.” The award isn’t just reserved for hack writers,
either. Past winners have included such literary luminaries
as Tom Wolfe and Norman Mailer, and many other famous novelists have been nominated. Winners are presented with a plaster foot
each year in a ceremony in London. (Above: Courtney Love presenting a plaster
foot to 2006 winner Iain Hollingshead, for his book Twentysomething.) Most Famous Winner
This is a matter of opinion, but one of the most egregious offenders has got to be 1997’s
winner Nicholas Royle, whose book The Matter of the Heart included such steamy one-liners
as “she made a noise somewhere between a beached seal and a police siren.” 9. The Pigasus Award The Pigasus Award is handed out nearly every
year by James Randi, a noted magician, skeptic, and debunker of “paranormal phenomena.” As he describes it, the award seeks to “honor”
the worst of the charlatans and phonies who claim to have special psychic, magic, and
paranormal abilities. Randi has unofficially given the awards out
almost every year since 1982, and there are different categories to honor all varieties
of fraud. These include the worst example of pseudoscience,
the most fraudulent performer, the organization that funded the most useless study, and the
media outlet that reported on the most outrageous instance of a paranormal phenomenon. Past winners have included the Montel Williams
Show, for continually having psychic Sylvia Browne as a guest, and Dr. Colin A. Ross,
a Canadian psychiatrist who claimed he could shoot electromagnetic radiation from his eyes. Randi doesn’t officially give out the awards;
instead, he claims to send them via telekinesis, saying that if the winners don’t receive
the trophy then it must be due to a “lack of paranormal talent” on their part. Most Famous Winner
The most notable winner of the Pigasus Award is surely Uri Geller, a UK-based psychic performer
whom Randi has lambasted time and again for being a fraud. In fact, in its earliest incarnation the Pigasus
Award was known as the “Uri Award.” Geller, who is known for bending spoons and
performing other tricks with his supposed telepathic powers, has sued Randi repeatedly
for slander and libel, with little success. 8. The Lanterne Rouge It’s typical to reward the winner of a race,
but in cycling there is another more dubious honor called the “Lanterne Rouge,” which
is handed out to the rider who finishes in last place. The French term is translated as “red lantern,”
and is supposedly a reference to the light that is placed on the back of the caboose
on a train. It has become most famously associated with
the Tour de France, where it has been unofficially handed out every year since 1903. Ironically, the competition to become the
Lanterne Rouge has often been as heated as the race for the win, the logic being that
unlike those who finish in the middle of the pack, the last place rider will be remembered
by the public. This has proven to be true, as the winner
of the race for worst often becomes a cult hero among the fans and is able to make a
good amount of money from public appearances. This became such a problem that in 1980, the
Tour briefly instituted a rule that said the last place rider from each stage would be
dropped from the competition. Naturally, riders just raced for second to
last in each stage in order to make it to the final day and claim their honor as the
best of the worst. Most Famous Winner
The man who holds the record for most Lanterne Rouge wins is Wim Vansevenant, a Belgian cyclist
who claimed last place three years in a row from 2006 to 2008. He retired after his last “win,” and has
supposedly become a farmer (pictured above). 7. The Bulwer-Lytton and Little-Lytton Fiction
Contests The Bulwer-Lytton award is handed out each
year by the English department of San Jose State University. It’s a writing prize, but unlike the Pulitzer
or the National Book Award, it seeks to honor the entrant who can provide the worst of all
possible opening sentences to an imaginary novel. The contest is named after the nineteenth
century novelist Edward George Bulwer-Lytton, whose book Paul Clifford opens with the now
universally hated sentence “It was a dark and stormy night.” Today, there are tens of thousands of entries
every year, each one more convoluted, purple, and hilarious than the next. There are now a number of different categories,
and there are even several offshoots competitions of Bulwer-Lytton, like the Lyttle-Lytton contest,
which restricts the contestants to 25 words or less. Lyttle-Lytton has since become its own phenomenon,
and has given us such gems of so-bad-it’s-good prose as “Because they had not repented,
the angel stabbed the unrepentant couple thirteen times, with its sword,” which was Graham
Swanson’s winning entry from 2008. Most Famous Winner
There’s too many great Bulwer-Lytton winners to choose just one, but a personal favorite
would have to be Martha Simpson’s winning entry from 1985: “The countdown had stalled
at T minus 69 seconds when Desiree, the first female ape to go up in space, winked at me
slyly and pouted her thick, rubbery lips unmistakably—the first of many such advances during what would
prove to be the longest, and most memorable, space voyage of my career.” 6. The Ernie Awards One of Australia’s most famously ironic
accolades is the Ernie Award, a trophy handed out every year to the man judged to have made
the most sexist remark in the media. The awards were first started in the early
nineties by Australian politician Meredith Burgmann, and are handed out every year at
a dinner attended by hundreds of women. The “winners” are decided by which nominee
receives the loudest booing when their name and comment is read aloud to the group. The Ernies are broken up into different categories,
so there are separate awards handed out for offenders in the realms of industry, politics,
the legal system, the media, sports, and celebrities. There is even an award for the woman who’s
made the most harmful remark of the year. Past winners of the “Golden Ernie,” the
overall award, have included magistrates, private companies, and even the Prime Minister,
while the “Silver Ernie” has been handed out to everyone from the father of tennis
player Jelena Dokic to Tom Cruise. Most Famous Winner
One of the most notable recent winners was 2008’s champion John Maloney, the mayor
of the small Australian mining town of Mount Isa, who remarked that “beauty disadvantaged”
women should move to his town because its mainly male population didn’t have very
high standards. 5. The Big Brother Awards George Orwell’s famous novel 1984 describes
a dystopian society where freedom and privacy are nonexistent and “Big Brother” is always
watching. The Big Brother Awards, which are presented
by the nonprofit watchdog group Privacy International, are inspired by Orwell’s cautionary view
of the future and seek to “reward” the “government agencies, private companies
and individuals who have excelled in the violation of our privacy.” Nearly every year, a jury of academics, journalists,
and lawyers come together to judge who is the worst offender in the realm of surveillance,
the illegal collection of data, and the invasion of privacy. The awards began in the UK in the late 90s,
and since then they have spread around the world and are now held in as many as 18 different
countries, including the United States. Winners have included everyone from Google,
for its controversial policy of collecting information on users, to Vladimir Putin, for
pretty much anything you can think of. In true tongue-in-cheek fashion, the winners
receive a trophy depicting a golden boot stomping on a human head. No word yet on whether anyone has actually
tried to collect. Most Famous Winner
Most of the winners of the Big Brother Awards are the types of companies and individuals
that tend to fly under the radar, but there have been some well-known recipients. One of the most famous from the UK ceremony
was Tony Blair, described on the Big Brother Awards’ website as “the smiling puppeteer,”
who received a “Lifetime Menace Award” in 2005. 4. The Stella Awards Sue-happy Americans have become notorious
for filing frivolous lawsuits in order make a quick buck. The Stella Awards, which were started by journalist
Randy Cassingham in 2002, seek to draw attention to the most absurd and egregious examples
of people abusing the legal system. The awards are named after Stella Liebeck,
a woman who won a $2.9 million lawsuit in 1992 when she sued after spilling a cup of
McDonald’s coffee on herself. That might be one of the most famous frivolous
lawsuits of all time, but it seems almost reasonable compared to most of the Stella
Award winning lawsuits, which range from the greedy and disingenuous to the downright ridiculous. Some examples include an Oregon man who sued
Michael Jordan because he claimed the NBA star looked too much like him, a woman who
sued Mazda after getting injured in a car accident because they didn’t “provide
instructions regarding the proper use of a seatbelt,” and a man who legally changed
his name to “Jack Ass” and then sued the MTV show of the same name for plagiarism. Most Famous Winner
It seems like the Stella Award winners just get more ridiculous with each passing year,
but one of the most famous recipients has got to be Christopher Roller, who was 2005’s
big winner. He sued the illusionists David Copperfield
and David Blaine for millions, claiming that their magic tricks defied the laws of physics
and that they must be wielding some kind of godlike powers. As if that wasn’t weird enough, Roller went
on to claim that he was God himself, and that if the magicians were in possession of supernatural
power, they must have somehow stolen it from him. 3. The Ig Nobel Prize While the Nobel Prize is busy rewarding its
winners for breakthroughs in science, literature, and economics, its smaller, more irreverent
cousin the Ig Nobel Prize honors people for inventing bras that can be turned into gas
masks or extracting vanilla flavoring from cow dung. The awards are a play on “Nobel Prize”
and the word “ignoble,” which means dishonorable or not of nobility. They are handed out every year by the magazine
Annals of Improbable Research and seek to honor discoveries and achievements that “first
make people laugh, and then make them think.” The Ig Nobel is known for honoring bizarre
and seemingly inconsequential research, but the organizers insist that they are only trying
to highlight imaginative work that will encourage public interest in science. This hasn’t stopped some from seeing the
award as a backhanded compliment: in 1995, the science advisor to the British government
asked that British scientists no longer be given the Ig Nobel, as it risked exposing
legitimate research to undeserved ridicule. Still, despite any criticisms, the Ig Nobel
continues to be one of the most popular, if least prestigious, awards in science. Most Famous Winner
One of the most notable Ig Nobel Prize winners was the United States Air Force, which won
the award for Peace in 2007 for its theoretical “Gay Bomb,” a device that would scatter
female pheromones over enemy soldiers and cause them to become sexually attracted to
one another. 2. The Darwin Awards You don’t necessarily want to win any of
the awards on this list, but you definitely don’t want to be honored with the Darwin
Award, a darkly comic accolade given out each year to the people who manage to die in the
most idiotic ways possible. The awards began as a bizarre stories discussion
group in the late 80s, but they grew with the rise of the Internet and now feature a
popular website and a bestselling series of books written by Wendy Northcutt. The awards are named after the evolutionary
theorist Charles Darwin, who popularized the phrase “survival of the fittest,” and
they seek to honor the unfortunate people who “do a service to humanity by removing
themselves from the gene pool,” most often in a “supremely idiotic fashion.” This can happen in a variety of ways, from
the guy who thought it was a good idea to juggle live hand grenades, to the one who
decided to use a lighter to look inside a fuel tank to see if there was any gas in it. In all cases, the winners must fit a few criteria:
they must be rendered unable to reproduce (either through death or sterilization); the
accident must be their fault; they must be of sound judgment; and the act itself must
be notable for its stupidity. There is also a category of honorable mentions
for candidates who didn’t die but suffered injuries because of their foolishness. One famous example occurred in 2001, when
two burglars broke into the house of professional soccer player and notorious brawler Duncan
“Disorderly” Ferguson. Ferguson caught the men in the act, and one
of them ended up being hospitalized for three days. Most Famous Winner
There might be no more classic example of a Darwin Award honoree than the lawyer who
thought it was a good idea to test how strong the windows of his 24th floor office were
by running into them at full speed. As you might imagine, they weren’t strong
enough. 1. The Razzies Actors and filmmakers like to say that it’s
an honor just to be nominated for the prestigious Academy Awards, but the same can’t be said
about the Golden Raspberry Awards—also known as “the Razzies”—which precede the Oscars
by a day and seek to reward the year’s worst achievements in film. While the Oscars are busy honoring No Country
for Old Men and Meryl Streep, the Razzies are handing out accolades to The Love Guru
and Paris Hilton for her turn in The Hottie and the Nottie. The Razzies were started in 1981 by John Wilson,
a professional copywriter and movie buff who used to have guests at his Oscar party provide
joke nominations for the worst films of the year. Today, as many as 650 judges vote on the worst
achievements in cinema, and the awards have become so famous that some celebrities, including
Bill Cosby and Tom Selleck, have even gone so far as to accept their “honor,” which
comes in the form of a plastic trophy base spray-painted gold. The Razzies have often overlapped with the
mainstream awards shows in unusual ways. One notable example is the film Mamma Mia,
which won several Razzies despite also being nominated at the Golden Globes. This year features another first, as Sandra
Bullock has simultaneously been nominated for both an Oscar (for The Blind Side) and
a Razzie (for All About Steve). Most Famous Winner
The most famous Razzie Award Winner is undoubtedly Halle Berry, who won the 2004 Worst Actress
trophy for Catwoman only two years after claiming the Best Actress Oscar for Monster’s Ball. In a legendary display of good sportsmanship,
Berry appeared in person to accept her award and, while holding her Oscar statuette in
her other hand, gave a speech where she thanked her director and manager for helping her deliver
such a terrible performance.

100 thoughts on “Top 10 Humorous Awards

  1. This was all highly amusing except for the Stella's. I'd never heard of them before, but was saddened to hear they're named after the poor lady who was so badly burned by the McDonalds coffee. She had second and third degree burns all over both inner thighs and her entire crotch and vaginal area. She had to have multiple skin grafts for the burns. I understand she eventually died because of some of the resultant trauma.

    I just hate hearing people mocking that lawsuit. It was absolutely legitimate.

  2. OMG! Hahaha! Re; the Randy Awards .. That is hands down the best prize distribution method I have ever heard of in my life.. may be an even better distribution method than Amazon utilizes.

  3. Awesome video 👍. I knew about the Razzie and Darwin awards but, I hadn't heard about the others.

  4. A huge thank you, once again, to all Darwin Award winners. Your staunch anti-intellectual stance has been noted and rewarded. Thanks for no longer being able to dumb down the human gene pool any further, dumbasses. All the worst to you👍

  5. That poor Australian got it bad. The official slogan of the town of Mammoth Lakes, California is "Fat, ugly and mean? Move to Mammoth and be a Queen."

  6. Is there a "channels that don't fact check their writers" award?
    Also, Darwin never used the phrase "survival of the fittest". That was Herbert Spencer.

  7. Aaaaaaaactually….Herbert Spencer coined the term "survival of the fittest." There is not much evidence that Darwin liked, or even used the term. It does not appear in Origin of the Species. Just sayin. Also humans don't survive because they are the fittest alone.. there are many factors, not the least of which is cooperation that contribute to our survival.

  8. BTW, the Stella Liebeck suit against Mcdonalds is actually completely reasonable. The coffee was heated to 160F/71C, well above what can cause burns. She spilled it on her lap, and her wool pants absorbed it causing 2nd degree burns, landing her in the hospital. She only sued for her hospital bills, about $10k. Mcdonalds offered her a pittance, so Liebeck went on to trial. The jury offered the millions in punitive damages for a few reasons. Mcd's makes a lot of money, so it takes a lot to get them to notice. Mcd's was fully aware of the possibilities and made no effort to change. They still haven't; even now they heat their coffee to 160F/71C. All they did was put "CAUTION HOT" on their coffee cups. Which is not only superfluous but inadequate, as no reasonable person would expect the coffee to be that hot even if warned.

  9. I looked up those Stella award people and they apparently maintain that "third degree burn that seals your genitals closed" is the correct temperature to serve coffee at.

  10. Shhh don’t tell people about the Gay Bomb, there intended to believe there born that way. Atlantis has lunched 666Gay Bombs in highly populated areas globally since 1782. It’s actually about preventing over population by inhibiting heterosexual breeding in the lesser races. But you didn’t hear that from me.

  11. Technically, the Darwin award-winning lawyer was right about the windows being strong enough, because the glass was strong enough and didn't break. That lawyer had done the same stunt multiple times before. What happened on the day that he died is that the glass still didn't break, but this time it popped out of its frame, and he went right through and fell to his death. It doesn't make what he did any less stupid, but he was still right that the glass was strong enough…

  12. Andre Geim: the only man to win both an ignobel (levitating frogs to prove a point about diamagnetism) and a Nobel (demonstrating the properties of graphene)

  13. The Nobel Prize lost a lot of its lustre by anointing of Al Gore followed, later, by Obama a man who had achieved pretty much nothing when he got it, and was a total, typical Democrat war-monger of whom LBJ would have been proud had he not been black.

  14. Your writers really should have checked the facts about the McDonald's coffee case before you glibly disparaged an old woman online. McDonald's had worse than that coming. Way to plug those stereotypes, too.

  15. I am now devoting the rest of my life to winning every one of these awards. Please put my last words on my headstone, I am positive they will be “Hold My Beer….” …LOL… 🙂

  16. Stella Awards

    “Seems positively reasonable when compared to….”
    It is actually reasonable compared to any lawsuit.
    The award is erroneously named.

  17. Stella Liebeck, the lady who sued McDonald's, was among over 700 Americans scalded by their coffee, which at the time was being served at 180-190°F. She suffered severe deformities and health problems from third degree burns on her thighs, vagina and lower stomach when she placed the cup between her knees to put sugar in it while sitting in the front seat of her grandson's car. She initially asked for her medical expenses to be paid. McDonald's refused, then offered her a mere $800. Her lawsuit changed McDonald's policies, got the entire industry to lower the temperature of coffee served in to-go cups, and prevented even more people from getting third degree burns. The warnings on cups were added by the companies to avoid future lawsuits. In my opinion, that is the exact opposite of a frivolous lawsuit, and I feel bad for this lady, who was disfigured and left in permanent pain, and has her story distorted and mocked because people are entertained by the smear campaign that McDonald's started to discredit her.

  18. Please, tell me. When did an mtv or acedamy reward become a "real" award? Stop conforming, it makes your channel dull and predictable. Have enjoyed it til lately. Thank you

  19. From my trip to Mt Isa over a decade ago, I don’t think the Mayor was far off! I will always remember the ‘go go girl’ who would, from understanding, lay there and go, go, with any and all blokes- right out the front on the lawn. Drugs are bad, kids! Never did see this, I was told we won’t go that way because of the go go girl.

  20. Question: Do I have the right to be annoyed when someone asks me a question in which they start their question with "Question:" ? 🤔

  21. You should have mentioned that the Stella/McDonalds case was blown out of proportion and presented with mostly inaccurate details to get pro business "Reform" put in place.

  22. Stella was the beginning of rampant frivolous lawsuits. I still remember when that story came out, at the time it was the most ridiculous thing we ever heard. (Yes I know her case ended up being somewhat legitimate but the damage was done.) Once people saw they could sue and win even if it's their own stupidity, all bets were off!

  23. remember though, in order to win the Lanterne Rouge you still need to FINISH the Tour de France. That's an insane effort.

  24. A pity they named that one award (the "Stella", which I now recommend be renamed "The Trump", after a real fraud) after the lady who was burned by the McDonald's coffee – Adam Ruins Everything did a segment that detailed the case and showed that it was, in fact, not even close to frivolous and that it exposed a procedural fault in McDonald's service where they kept the coffee at exceedingly high temperatures prior to serving to customers. They had previously settled a number of other suits to keep it quiet, showing a pattern of past knowledge of the issue without doing anything to change it. That poor old lady went through a number of skin grafts, so the money she "won" in that lawsuit basically was eaten up between legal fees and healing her injuries.

  25. The fact that the Razzies made it to number one doesn't surprise me. They're the most hilarious awards.

  26. Also Uri Gellar is a litigious hack who makes a living suing anyone who breathes wrong. He sued Pokémon because he decided that the Pokémon Abra Kadabra and Alakazam were blatant plagiarism of his act and inappropriate use of his likeness.
    I’ll bet he threatened to sue the Stella Awards when they offered him one for lifetime achievement.

  27. It is unfortunate that they went with the name "Stella" awards, as it really wasn't an outrageous lawsuit at all. But many of the commenters in this video seem to think that Simon or the TopTenz people are disparaging the lawsuit. Get real people, they're just reporting on the Stella awards; they didn't create them. And the actual winners of the Stella awards usually are outrageous.

  28. The ignobles are usually attended by and are presented by actual Noble winners. The make you think part is very much concidered

  29. I think that it is worth mentioning that the McDonald lawsuit was absolutely legitimate and far from frivolous… Considering that the woman suffered three degrees burn and never fully regained the use of her legs.

  30. The worst lawsuits by major companies, was WB, Warner Brothers, tried or started a lawsuit against Tasmania stating that Tasmania took their name from their character, "the tasmanian devil" or "Tassie Devil"

  31. Haile Berry just went up in my estimation – only a well-balanced person can handle both ends of the spectrum gracefully.

  32. you mention the nobel prize a lot in your videos ans i was just wondering, exactly what qualifies you to win one, and how many categories are there? what's the requirement for each?

  33. My favorite Darwin Award winner in recent memory was this guy who was told not to go into a lake because an alligator had been seen in it, so he proceeded to jump in wile being quoted as saying "f**k that gator", only to be attacked and killed moments after jumping in. Respect for removing himself from the gene pool.

  34. 2:53 "To finish (as the) red lantern, I drew on a little bit of pride".

    In case y'all aren't Francophones.

  35. like to see this communist do a video on the 10 facts of communism that led to over 100million people dead in a hundred years.

  36. can picture army guys in the jungle, dancing, and prancing, all the while having sex with each other.

  37. I'm super happy, as a member of the Skeptic community, to see the Pigasus on here. We're small, but vocal. I also love seeing Randi portrayed positively anywhere; he's an Amazing person (pun intended) and a treasure for humanity.

  38. The award in Stella's lawsuit was decided by the jury, and was the profits from a single day's worth of coffee for McDonalds, after they caused 3rd degree burns on over 800 people and refused to adjust the temperature of their ludicrously hot coffee. This lawsuit caused positive change for consumers, and McDonald's started a slander campaign after the fact to make it seem like American's are sue happy people, and that we should tamp down on lawsuits.

  39. There ought to be a place for Mr. Irrelevant, the last player taken in the NFL draft. It comes with
    real prizes and a celebration.

  40. I hadn't heard of most of these – thanks, Simon, for giving me new things to look up and so to learn more.
    What about the Raspberry Ripple awards? I thought you'd got it with Razzies, until you went on to explain.
    The Raspberry Ripples are awards for the best and worst portrayal of disability in films, television [several categories]. radio, adverts, etc. some of the "worst" have to be seen to be disbelieved. There's a few clips on YT.
    The name comes from Cockney rhyming slang – Raspberry Ripple = disabled person

  41. FYI: that Stella Liebeck coffee MacDonald's lawsuit that people like to make fun of so much? Yeah, the burns were so severe she was hospitalised for 8 days and had to have skin grafts because the burns were so severe.

  42. I call B.S.- Stella Liebeck's story goes much deeper than the media portrayed. McDonald's had been sued many times before her incident, and had always managed to wrangle their way out of paying. When her lawsuit finally resulted in a substantial judgement, she was vilified by the press as an opportunistic harpy who filed a frivolous action against a wholesome and benevolent corporation. The Bush II administration seized upon the story as reason for limiting damages against big business. Since then, many judgements regarding punitive sanctions have been reduced to a fraction of their original amounts (including Liebeck's). Only years later did the truth begin to crawl out from beneath the corporate rug…


    She had 3rd and 4th degree burns to her crotch, stomach, and legs. That means bone was exposed and/or burned.

  44. The Razzies had to be number one because they're the most famous. Initially there was no physical award but they had to create one after someone actually accepted it.

  45. My favourite Darwin Award winner was the man, who's car broke down next to a railway track.
    While he was on his cell phone calling for a breakdown truck, he walked along the track with his phone to his ear.
    Despite a train with its horns blaring approaching him from behind, the man kept the phone to his ear to the end.
    Thus, the stupid gene carrier successfully removed his stupid genes from the gene pool.

  46. I wonder how many times Jean Auel has been nominated for The Bad Sex in Fiction Award lol, would be interesting to see a list of least to most nominations for a particular author, with more than 1 individual nomination

  47. The Stella awards name needs to be changed. The coffee she was given was far too hot. I think it caused 2nd degree burns. Coffee is obviously hot but it should not be so scorching hot that it can cause burns like that.

  48. One criteria you missed for the darwin award – they must not cause the death or injury of an innocent person, aka someone not involved in or unable to prevent their stupidity. That's automatic disqualification.

    Also there's another award that is popular here in the UK, the carbunkle award – for the worst architecture that doesn't fit, or is completely ugly etc.

  49. My favorite darwin award winner is the former owner of the segway company who died when he drove his segway off a cliff.

  50. #2 Actually, the window itself didn't break. Since he kept throwing himself at the same window, it was the seal that failed.

  51. It just goes to show you that the people who came up with the Stella award gave into the McDonald's smear campaign against that poor woman. As many have already said, Stella was badly hurt over something the company had been warned about. I think the total that she was awarded equaled one day of McDonald's coffee sales. I could be wrong on that last part, it's been awhile.

  52. I'm an English teacher. Need any help or tips about pronunciation or anything, hit me up. Love ur vids. Not being sarcastic.

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