Red Lobster is closing down across the country, according to rampant Internet rumors about its demise, although its parent company says otherwise.

Owner Darden Restaurants has been trying to quash false reports since Christmas that Red Lobster is shuttering its locations across the nation.

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A new commercial for Coke in Argentina beautifully sums up the wonders of parenthood and all the ups, downs, stains and sleeplessness that go with it.

Bringing another human into the world is a magical feeling, a great responsibility and an experience so rewarding that anything else pales in comparison.

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Oreo cookies are as addictive as cocaine. So are Oreo cookie balls and if you've ever eaten one (or a dozen) of them (in one sitting) you know I'm telling the truth.

Fans of catchy advertising, Oreo commissioned hip-hop artist Jinx for their latest ad which pays tribute to fan-created cookie balls, delightful concoctions made from crushed up Oreos mixed with cream cheese which are then dipped in chocolate. 

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Happy Thanksgiving week, Food Fanatics!

With the year's biggest cooking day on the horizon, what better time to check in with our friend at Food Fanatic and to find out what they've been whipping up this week.

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The manager of a McDonald's in Australia got creative when it came to shooing away disruptive teenagers that plagued his restaurant late at night.

According to Fox & Friends, he didn't ask anyone to leave or change any store policy, but merely started blasting opera and classical music. LOUD.

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Mmmmm. Nothing like a nice, refreshing mouthful of dirt to quench your thirst, right? Tastes so good when it hits your lips!

Except no, it doesn't. And that's exactly why the imagery used in this shocking Oxfam video spurred 225,000 signatures on an anti-land grab petition against Coca-Cola and Pepsi. 

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In some of the strangest parenting news we'll hear all day, a New York City father was deemed inept for refusing to give in to his 5-year-old's demands for McDonald's. 

The child threw a tantrum and the dad delivered an ultimatum: Choose another, healthier place to eat or don't eat at all. You can guess what the 5-year old chose, can't you.

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Gretchen Holt-Witt of Califon, N.J., was relieved when son Liam's neuroblastoma, a form of nerve cancer, was in remission after treatment in 2007.

"We were so grateful his cancer was gone, we felt it was important to give back," says Holt-Witt, who held a bake sale for pediatric cancer research.

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