The last time we ever talk about Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries, who are you Facebook stalking and a joke on Twitter turned into reality for one man in New Jersey. 

Ever get one of those links that says “See Who’s Stalking You On Facebook!” and then it turns out to be a scam or a virus that completely destroys your hard drive? Well, this one isn’t a scam and it’s VERY eye opening. A web developer with too much time on his hands cracked a code that Facebook uses to figure out what to put on your news feed and whose stuff you never see. This program has to do with how many times people click on things you post, how much you click on other people’s stuff and how long you’ve been friends.  All you have to do is look up ‘Who Does Facebook Think You Are Searching For?‘ and follow the directions to put it right on your browser bar. Then, you log in to your Facebook profile and click the link to run the program. You’re welcome.

Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries got married over the weekend and most weddings are relatively intimate affairs with the people you love the most in attendance. That is, unless you're Kim Kardashian. Then it's a circus. The bash was loaded with celebrities including Ryan Seacrest, Lindsay Lohan, and Avril Lavigne. Mark Ballas was there and he khoreographed Kim and Kris's first dance. Kim's stepfather Bruce Jenner walked her down the aisle and she also issued a statement about her late father, Robert Kardashian saying that she wishes he were there, but knows he is present in spirit. Sisters Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall and Kylie were all part of her bridal party. Wolfgang Puck did the katering and in case you can't get enough Kardashian mania, E! will air a two part special (REALLY?!) October 8 & 9. Kan't get enough Kardashians? Klick HERE.

Joking around on Twitter is sometimes no joking matter. A gentleman on his way back to New York jokingly sent out a tweet asking for Morton's to greet him at the airport with a steak. Well, Morton's caught wind of it and not only greeted him at the airport with a porterhouse steak, they also brought him shrimp, potatoes, bread, napkins and silverware. Would you ever do this and expect the same customer service? Like, "Hey Ford! My car broke down! Can you pick me up tomorrow in a new Escape? Thanks."