1. Kellogg’s is adding a new flavor to its “Froot Loops” mix. It’s in the shape of a purple star and is called “Wild Berry.” *** They’re also planning to add a black star and call it “Chuck Berry.”
2. The mayor of West Hollywood, John Duran, declared May 23rd “Stormy Daniels Day,” and presented Ms. Daniels with a key to the city. *** He also gave her the keys to his condo, his ski lodge and his beach house.
3. A new museum in Paris, the Palais de Tokyo, recently held a special event just for nudists. *** Attendees were advised to be extra careful going through the turnstiles.
4. Walmart is now trying to attract wealthy online shoppers by offering upscale fashions on a new website. *** NoFlipFlops.com
5. After all the contestants competed in several categories, the title of Miss USA went to Miss Nebraska. *** However, several contestants cried foul and said that husking corn does not qualify as a talent.
6. On this date in history: May 25, 1922 – Babe Ruth is suspended for one day and fined $200 for throwing dirt on an umpire. *** What happens when you throw dirt depends on who you are—If you’re a baseball player, you get fined; if you’re a politician, you get elected.
7. On this date in history: May 24, 1959 – In Pleasant Hills, Pennsylvania, the first house with a built-in bomb shelter is exhibited. *** “Why, no dear, it only looks like a man cave.”
8. On this date in history: May 23, 1982 – Colin Wilson rides a surfboard 294 miles. *** It was strapped to the top of his buddy’s VW.
9. On this date in history: May 22, 1961 – "Mother-In-Law" by Ernie K-Doe hits #1. *** Just about the time the divorce was finalized.
10. On this date in history: May 21, 1917 – Leo Pinckney becomes the first American drafted in WWI. *** He immediately went to the tattoo shop and asked for a refund on his “Lucky Leo” tat.