April 4, 2019 – NATIONAL VITAMIN C DAY – NATIONAL SCHOOL LIBRARIAN DAY – NATIONAL BURRITO DAY – JEEP 4X4 DAY – NATIONAL WALK AROUND THINGS DAY – NATIONAL HUG A NEWSPERSON DAY – NATIONAL CHICKEN CORDON BLEU DAY
It’s National Burrito Day! Here Are The Deals
Today is the first Thursday of April, which means it’sNational Burrito Day! Burrito lovers can celebrate their tasty tortilla-wrapped food at all kinds of places, but these restaurants are offering deals and discounts today.
- Baja Fresh- Get $5 burritos all day long when you show the barcode from their Instagram or Facebook page.
- Chipotle- Celebrate from the couch because they’re offering free delivery on orders over $10 when you use theChipotle apporDoorDash.
- Chuy’s- They’re giving $1 from every Big As Yo’ Face Burrito toJude Children's Research Hospital.
- Dos Toros-Guac isn’t extra today if you follow the brand onInstagram.
- El Pollo Loco- Score two burritos for the price of one with their BOGO deal.
- Moe’s-They’re selling $5 burritos all day long.
- Taco John’s- Participating locations are offering $4 beef burritos when you use the app.
- QDOBA- Rack up the rewards because they’re giving out triple points on National Burrito Day.
Popular Jewelry Retailer Is Closing More Stores -Chain jewelry stores are going to get harder to find outside of the internet.
The company that owns Kay, Zales, and Jared is closing more of its jewelry stores for the second year in a row. Signet Jewelers is planning to close another 150 stores this year after shuttering more than 260 stores last year, including more than 230 in the U.S. Signet announced the closings yesterday in its quarterly report, in which the CEO says the company did not finish the year as strongly as expected.
The report said the retailer achieved double-digit growth in eCommerce, however. Signet operates more than 33-hundred stores worldwide, including nearly 29-hundred in the U.S. It's the world's biggest retailer of diamond jewelry.
The biggest reason for the move is the malls of America are dying at a fast clip. People are abandoning the once popular gathering and shopping locales for online and strip mall experiences.
New Zealand Town Celebrates The Running Of the Sheep -A New Zealand town’s annual sheep festival is off to a …. fluffy time.
The Great New Zealand Muster event featured a running of the sheep, with hundreds of the creatures going through the main street. No one can be gored at this even, but you can have “shear” fun. The national sheep shearing competition also took place.
The event is run by the Te Kuiti Volunteer Fire Brigade and they shared some of the fun onsocial media.Te Kuiti is the shearing capital of the world.
Charmin Rolls Out The "Forever Roll" Which Lasts A Month
Charmin is going big, rolling out a giant supply of toilet paper to last you a long time. The new "Forever Roll" is a jumbo sized multi-user roll that holds 17-hundred sheets and weighs about two pounds.
For the record, a normal single-user roll holds 850 sheets. The rolls are so large it needs its own dispenser. Charmin is offering a starter pack through it's website that comes with three multi-user rolls and includes a free toilet paper stand. The price for that is about 30-bucks.
Is it worth is? The "Forever Roll" promises to last you at least one month. Find out moreHERE.
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Docs Create Five-Minute Non-Surgical Nose Job
You don’t have to go under the knife anymore if you want to tweak your nose because scientists just developed a nose job that uses electricity instead of surgery. And the best part? It only takes five minutes!
Researchers from Occidental College in California found that sending electrical current through cartilage, like what’s in the nose, makes it more flexible. They send the current in using tiny needles and use a mold to allow the cartilage to harden in its new shape before turning off the electricity.
“Once the tissue is floppy, you can mold it to whatever shape,”Dr. Michael Hillexplains.
This could be a game-changer for cosmetic surgery, which can come with long recovery times. Plus, who would opt for anesthesia, cuts, stitches, and scars when you could do it this way?
Source:New York Post