Buy One, Get One Free Classic Burger At Wayback Burgers On May 28, 2022

To take advantage of the offer, simply order a Classic Burger in the app on National Hamburger Day and you’ll qualify for a second one for free.

While prices vary, a Classic Burger goes for $7.49 at my nearest Wayback Burgers location.

Wayback’s Classic Burger features two beef patties cooked-to-order, American cheese, lettuce, tomato, pickles, onions, and ketchup and mustard on a toasted split top bun.

National Hamburger Day is celebrated annually on May 28.

Image via Wayback Burgers

Buy One, Get One Free Classic Burger At Wayback Burgers On May 28, 2022

The Tokyo Drifter Taco Is Torchy’s Taco Of The Month For May 2021

The Tokyo Drifter Taco features teriyaki glazed pulled pork, fried wonton strips, sesame Sriracha mayo, cilantro, and sweet and sour veggie slaws on a flour tortilla.

The returning fan-favorite is served with a lime wedge on the side for a suggested price of $5.75.

The Tokyo Drifter Taco Is Torchy’s Taco Of The Month For May 2021

You can find the Tokyo Drifter Taco at participating Torchy’s locations for a limited time from May 1 through May 31, 2021.

Image – Torchy’s

Man steals lobsters from Chinese restaurant

The footage was posted on Facebook on Sunday showing a young man plunging his hands into a live lobster tank, taking two and fleeing on foot.

The man is quickly chased out the door by a staff member, yelling for him to stop.

The person behind the lens, who appears to know the thief, laughs as the seafood robbery unfolds.

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Video has surfaced of a man stealing two lobsters from what appears to be the form…

Domino’s Launches New And Improved Loyalty Program

According to the brand, Domino’s Rewards offers loyalty members even more opportunities to earn and redeem points across its corporate and franchise store locations. Domino’s enhanced rewards program allows fans to:

Earn points for less

  • Loyalty members will now earn 10 points on every order of $5 or more

Redeem points for even more menu items – and earn free Domino’s after just two orders

Members can redeem a variety of points for more menu items:

  • 20 points: A free dipping cup, a 16-piece order of Parmesan Bread Bites or a 20-oz drink
  • 40 points: An order of Bread Twists or Stuffed Cheesy Bread
  • 60 points: A medium, two-topping pizza; pasta; Oven-Baked …

Joy Ride’s Balance of Raunch and Heart

Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion got back to Joy Ride director Adele Lim faster than she thought possible: Yes, she had permission to include their song “WAP” in her directorial debut. To set the scene: The summer comedy’s four main characters are stuck in China, trying to get to South Korea despite their stolen passports. They need a big, shiny distraction. So naturally, they disguise themselves as the brand-new (fictional) K-pop group Brownie Tuesday and launch into a yassified version of the modern rap classic, widely considered one of the most sexually explicit songs of our era.

It’s a larger-than-life scene that ends in a flash of female frontal nudity, a rarity in film but especially in the context of the genre. “Dicks have always been com…

In Review- When You Finish Saving the World

Nobody uses the term generation gap anymore, but the problems it refers to are eternal—and they’re the core of When You Finish Saving the World, Jesse Eisenberg’s debut as a writer-director. Finn Wolfhard is Ziggy Katz, a teenage singer-songwriter who’s a mini-sensation in his corner of the internet, cultivating an audience of loyal followers with his folky songs about youthful love and angst. But his mother Evelyn (Julianne Moore), the harried founder and manager of a women’s shelter, downgrades both his enterprise and his talents, and his father Roger (Jay O. Sanders) is a checked-out academic type whose nose is always buried in a book or a magazine. The clash between mother and son is particularly acute: Evelyn just wishes her son were some…

It’s Time to Say Goodbye to John Wick

The allure of a franchise is that it offers more of something you love, ostensibly buffed up and freshened—it’s newness with sameness built in. The James Bond movies, the Thin Man comedies of the 1930s and 1940s, a long, undulating string of Rocky pictures stretching from 1976 to pretty much yesterday: franchises are nothing new, because the instant Hollywood sees one dollar sign, it starts sniffing the trail for the next. Audiences respond as they’re conditioned to, wanting more of something they loved last year, or the year before, or even in the previous decade. In the case of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the cycle is apparently endless, perhaps stretching beyond even our children’s lifetimes. No one who’s making money off a current f…