Michael J. Fox Trolls NHL Teams

Michael J. Fox Trolls NHL TeamsThe Stanley Cup playoffs have been delicious for Michael J. Fox. Busted Coverage spotted the actor’s clever manner of trolling each and every NHL team that has fallen in the postseason: He eats its cupcake.

‘Edible swag’

Apparently, the actor, who is set to premiere his new show on NBC in the fall, received a box of NHL-themed cupcakes from Crumbs Bake Shop in New York City. He tweeted:

“NHL sent me some edible swag…a giant box of playoff team @crumbsbakeshop cupcakes. #StanleyCup. Thanks!”

‘Edible jinx’

Sure, we may refer to another team’s demise as a tasty treat, but we never thought to take that to the next delicious level. Not only does Fox enjoy teams’ losses one decadent treat at a time, but he also provides his own hilarious quip for each one.

Busted Coverage reminds us Fox is a huge Boston Bruins fan, so we assume he has already tossed that one in the garbage. Any self-respecting sports fan wouldn’t want to anger the hockey gods by actually having that edible jinx in the house.

Fox has mastered this trolling guff, because there is nothing worse than knowing your team lost and that someone is out there enjoying the moment by chowing down on a sweet dessert because of it.

Do you like Michael J. Fox’s way of trolling these NHL teams? Which team are you rooting for?

Source: Gabe Zaldivar, Bleacher Report

Image: Tweet Wood

How Kate Spent Valentine’s Without Prince William

The Duchess of Cambridge proudly disclosed the notoriously shy Prince’s romantic gesture as she carried out her first full day of public engagements without him. But far from pining for her husband, who is on a six-week tour of duty in the Falklands, the 30-year-old proved that she was more than capable of carrying out royal duties alone.

The Duchess, wrapped up in a chestnut brown woollen coat from Hobbs, was certainly not short of a little love as she arrived at Liverpool’s Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, where large crowds cheered, waving heart shaped balloons and Union flags. She beamed with delight as she gathered up armfuls of flowers, cards and gifts as hundreds wished her a happy Valentine’s Day, her first as a married woman.

Eight-year-old admirer Jaqson Johnston-Lynch took advantage of her husband’s absence by presenting her with a Valentine’s Day card, in which he had written: “Dear Kate, Happy Valentine’s Day. I love you, Jaqson” and a cupcake iced with the words “Jaqson loves Kate”.

He told her: “I am sorry Prince William cannot be here.”

Although her career as a working royal has barely begun, the Duchess proved her ability to connect with the wider public as she listened intently to the story of recovering alcoholic, Rachel Lyons.

“It just felt wonderful that the future Queen was sitting in front of me and I could tell her my story,” she said. “It seems she was really interested in what I had to say. It is amazing what she is doing for Action on Addiction. It is a great thing, and it saves lives. She is fabulous.”

Source: The Telegraph

Image: ABC News