When I received my invitation to Whatever, USA, the first thought that went through my mind was, “How many children will be conceived as a result of this Bud Light promotion?” And then, “Would there be some inherent shame in that?”
I can tell you with absolute certainty that if you’re reading this 20 years from now, Google searching your true lineage, there is NOTHING you have to be embarrassed about. Bud Light wanted to create the ultimate party weekend and they absolutely nailed it.
At one point during the three days I spent in Whatever, USA, my body composition was roughly 87% Bud Light. But it wasn’t just the endless, literally endless, supply of Bud Light, or the fact that Bud Light was being foisted upon you at every turn, that made Whatever, USA so great. It was the onslaught of once-in-a-lifetime events piled on top of each other, sandwiched between meeting great people from all over the world with one common denominator: being #UpForWhatever.
Kill some time at work or just escape from reality and check out the blow-by-blow recap of each of the three days, Bullz-Eye style.
What are you doing for Labor Day? Courtney Scott is the Senior Travel Editor for Travelocity.com and she would love to help you. She is also really hot and has traveled to the coolest places on earth. If you’re going to take travel advice, why not get it from an expert who is bangin’?
We asked Courtney for a list of great vacations and cheap deals for guys in seek of a final party destination on Labor Day weekend.
Las Vegas, Nevada:
$119/night at the four-star SLS Las Vegas right on the Las Vegas Strip. Stay three nights and get the third night free! It will be a weekend of live DJs and EDM: Steve Akoi at Wet Republic, Steve Angello at Encore Beach Club, David Guetta, Krewella and many more!
As more comic book film adaptations like Ninja Turtles and Guardians of the Galaxy smash records at the box office, fans are more excited than ever to see their favorite characters come to life. But eBay is taking true fans back to the beginning of it all with the auction of “Action Comics #1″—the first comic where Superman appears.
Check out this quick video on the origin of Superman:
This rare piece of comic history, which grew into one of the most beloved franchises of all time, will be up for auction through 8/24 exclusively on eBay. This infographic covers the full timeline and histroy.
It is believed that there are only 50 to 100 copies of the issues left in the world. An auction in 2011 saw Nicholas Cage’s copy of the comic sold for $2.1 million.
Regarded as one of the most valuable comics in existence, there are believed to be as few as 50 unrestored original copies left in the world, and it’s the only comic to set record-breaking sale prices.
Last week, we were invited to the Aspen Social Club just off of Times Square in downtown New York City for a meet and greet, and grope, with Bud Light and the Mayor of Whatever, USA.
The Mayor was exactly who you think he would be. Easy to talk to, free wheeling, and he doesn’t get all weird if you get a little handsy. If a Mayor is a reflection of the people that comprise his city, then Whatever, USA will be a straight up bro-down.
In this video, the Mayor talks about a few “Mayoral” things, like when he answers his “Dude Phone” and when he answers his ”Mayor Phone.”
The Old Spice robot and Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray have joined forces to double team your body. Now, take it like a man.
Thanks to a partnership with Old Spice’s new “Mandroid” robot, Murray is entering 2014 brimming with “Smelf-Confidence.” We asked DeMarco about Old Spice, “RoboCop,” his career thus far and the upcoming Cowboys 2014 season.
Are you hanging out with the new Old Spice robot as we speak?
“No, but I wish I was; he’s my robotic friend. Later on, I get to hang out and have dinner with him. He’s still sleeping from last night.”
Well, according to these new ads, he picks up all the hot babes.
“He does! That’s the guy to be around.”
Speaking of robots, who would win in a fight between him, RoboCop and the Terminator?
“Old Spice robot man, of course.”
Entering week seven in 2011, you were second on the depth chart. You rush for a franchise record 253 yards in the game against the Rams, a game you didn’t even start. Talk about your progression from that performance to being named to the Pro Bowl in 2013.
“I was given the opportunity to play because a couple of guys got banged up. And I was fortunate to have the game that I had. I never thought in a million years that I’d ever have a day like that. But I knew my time would come, so I made sure I was prepared to make the next step. Once I got the opportunity, I never looked back.”