The Onion on the Jenny McCarthy-penned film Dirty Love:
Desperately trying to purchase feminine hygiene products, McCarthy trails menstrual blood through a supermarket, causing unwitting shoppers to slip and slide through the aisles.
A local paper ran a cover story on Sudoku.
Sudoku is rivaling crossword puzzles as America's preferred brainteaser.
Hundreds of newspapers and Web sites are publishing it.
At Borders bookstores, Sudoku is dominating the best-seller list with six of the top 10 titles.
Am I supposed to believe that a logic puzzle is sweeping the nation? That Sudoku is to America what Chavs are to Britain?
I can understand solving puzzles to pass time during a commute or lecture, but buying compilations of them suggests mental illness.
"Any plans for the weekend?"
"Funny you should ask. I just picked up the latest Sudoku book. Itchin' to dig in."
"I'm-a be like Russell Crowe in A Beautiful Mind."
"More Ovaltine, please!"
"I'm ready, Toronto."
"My grandbaby is going to be 2 next month, if we make it."
Johnson was concerned about Rita and the threat that Port Arthur could be inundated by a massive storm surge, but she said she was more worried about getting caught in a traffic jam or at a squalid shelter like those in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
Hope Willey, 39, declined a bus ride out because it would not allow her to take her dog along.
I bet these people would willingly appear on Maury to learn "secrets" of their lovers. [pause] No one ever questions Maury's lie detector.