LEGO shortage scares Christmas shoppers: Too few LEGO bricks to fill stockings | Examiner.com

There's a holiday crisis of epic proportion. Santa's elves at LEGO haven't made enough of their iconic colored building blocks this year. And news of any shortage of toys, let alone a LEGO shortage scares Christmas shoppers reported the Christian Science Monitor on Oct. 21. LEGO sales jumped 18 percent in 2015 and 15 percent in 2014 leaving them, well, a few bricks short of a load this holiday season. Too few LEGO bricks to fill stockings this Christmas? That is a this North Pole emergency! Alert the big guy in red and call out the reindeer brigade--the LEGOs must get through.  LEGO shortage scares Christmas shoppers: Too few LEGO bricks to fill stockings | Examiner.com

McDonald's franchisees aren't lovin' all day breakfast: Dual menu double fails

Welcome to McDonald's. Would you like breakfast or lunch or both? Now customers can order either and McDonald's franchisees aren't lovin' all day breakfast. said Business Insider on Oct. 15. The dual menu doubly fails customers, staff and even sales, say workers and owners of McDonald's franchises. On Oct. 6, fast food giant McDonald's launched a revolutionary always-available breakfast menu. And restaurants are struggling to keep up with the doubled food choices.McDonald's franchisees aren't lovin' all day breakfast: Dual menu double fails | Examiner.com

 

Cheap homemade no-sew baby and toddler Halloween costumes | Examiner.com

 Ready-made children's Halloween costumes are adorable, but very expensive. You can create cute DIY baby and toddler costumes easy with this guide. Using your recycle bin, make cute no-sew costumes for little ones, darn near free. Plus they'll be snug and warm for those crisp chilly October evenings. Ready? Let's begin. Cheap homemade no-sew baby and toddler Halloween costumes | Examiner.com

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