Man oh man, am I sad today. Talk about an end of an era. I first discovered both The Daily Show and Stephen Colbert while channel surfing on September 12, 2002. To say I was hooked from the start would be an understatement. You don’t just happen to randomly remember what you watched on TV 12 years ago.
For me and millions of others, The Colbert Report wasn’t just a goofy comedy show, it was “must see TV” for the twenty-first century. I’d be flabbergasted if I missed more than 3 of the 1440+ episodes. I can’t think of a single show that flopped either. Sure, there were segments here or there that missed the mark, but overall Colbert was in my life and making me laugh more than any other stranger over the past decade. And all while in character! I can’t imagine what that must be like
I shouldn’t be tearing up all day like I have been. The man’s not dead! He’ll be back on TV before the end of next summer! I’m clearly biased, but there’s no doubt in my mind he’ll be amazing filling Letterman’s shoes. But for the next nine months, my evenings will be a tad dimmer. September is an eternity away right now.
To Stephen and everybody who ever put an hour of work into that show, I cannot thank you enough. Colbert is my comedy idol and if I ever have an ounce of his talent or charisma, I’ll die a happy man.
I think the only thing that could cheer me up would be a little comfort food like a free Kit Kat candy bar or a free Sierra Mist 2 liter. Well hey, look at that!
CVS has a printable coupon on Facebook good for a free full-size body wash at their Minute Clinic. It’s part of their new advertising campaign: Come for the freebies, stay for the rushed medical advice in under 60 seconds.
This freebie was originally posted on June 14, 2013 and is currently available again!
Well here’s an offer you don’t often see. RewardsGold has a free Glamour magazine subscription offer up, which means we’re about to get a lot more glamorous around here. I can’t wait to read the Top 10 Summer Dos and Don’ts. I really hope numbers 1 through 5 are just “go on vacation and do nothing” repeated over and over.
Not much going on in the freebie world, however I was able to find a few quarters and a suspicious looking item that may have once been a Cheeto in my couch. However you’re probably most interested in the third item I found today, being a free Redbox rental code. Simply text ABOWEN to 727272 and they’ll send you a code. They seem to be releasing a new word to text each day this week, but it’s all part of the same promotion so you can only participate once.
Why Kellogg’s, you shouldn’t have! An ANNIVERSARYBONUS of 50 free Kellogg’s points is far more than our relationship called for. Your gift? No, uh, I didn’t forget. It’s 100% in the mail, true story.
EDIT: New code EASYMENUPLANNING is worth an additional 50 free points.
EDIT: Darn it, they’re out of free poo. Somebody send food to the Himalayas!
You read that right. Free Stinky Abominable Snowman Poo. I … I have no words. I have absolutely no idea what this is, but it’s free and heck if I’m not signing up. We need more off-the-wall freebies like this!
If it asks you to add anything to your cart during checkout or for a credit card, simply skip that step and move on. The order will go through and you won’t be charged a dime. Or even a buffalo nickel!
Despite the insanely overblown video on this site, I’m a member of the “say whatever you want this time of year” camp, be it Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, or Blorp McGlavin. So if wishing people at your front door a Merry Christmas sounds good to you, sign up for a free Merry Christmas window cling from CBN. I’ll get looking for one of those Blorp stickers next.
SavingStar wants to makes us all salty with free Morton table salt while Kroger is dishing out free Mentos gum. I only recently learned that it doesn’t take 7 years for gum to digest upon swallowing. It might seem small, but this tiny revelation threatens to unravel everything I believe. Now watch somebody tell me babies come from Amazon delivery drones instead of storks.
I’ve located another free Huggies Little Snugglers diapers sample just in case your little one happens to go to the bathroom more than once a month.
It’s an unfortunate truth that hunger is a reality for one out of six Americans. Thankfully this holiday season you can help make a free $1 donation to WhyHunger. All you need to do is download Favado, an aweseom grocery shopping app I’ve been a fan of for a while, and tap the banner in the app and Savings.com will donate $1 on your behalf. We have until Dec. 22 to get 15,000 taps!