Travis Jarvolta introduces Adele Dazeem at the Oscars.

John Travolta inadvertently kicked off this month’s first big Internet meme when he couldn’t pronounce a rather easy-to-pronounce name during Sunday’s Academy Awards. Plus, learn what weird sandwich toppings some people are requesting at Subway (hint: it’s not Fritos!) in this snow-day edition of Blog Log.

“I’m wickedly talented. Travis Jarvolta is not. #Oscars2014” — @AdeleDazeem, the fictional singer who John Travolta introduced instead of Idina Menzel during Sunday’s Academy Awards, gives Travolta a taste of his own medicine on Twitter. Travolta’s high-profile flub inspired many “Adele Dazeem” parody accounts, some of which have gained hundreds of followers. @AdeleDazeem has around 2,000.

“Hanging out with Mickey Mouse is getting more expensive.” — Roberto A. Ferdman at reveals it now costs five times what it did back in 1970 to spend a day at the Magic Kingdom in Disney World, even after adjusting for inflation. In 1970, a one-day pass cost around $20. Today, a one-day pass costs $99. The heftier price also means access to greatly improved attractions, Disney says. Do you think it’s worth it? Tweet us @WaPoExpress or leave a comment below.

“Was this how Skynet started? Smart toothbrush becomes self-aware and launches nuclear attacks to kill humanity?” — commenter brunovski at discovers a possible origin of the self-aware artificial intelligence system from the “Terminator” movies. Including smart toothbrushes, which collect information about users’ habits and upload it to mobile apps, more than 250 million “machine-to-machine” connections will operate globally by the end of this year, technology analysts predict.

“U.S. will compete at World Cup in your dad’s golf shirt.” — Michael Katz at describes the “boring” uniform jerseys the U.S. soccer team will wear during this summer’s World Cup. The basic white, collared shirts are made by Nike and cost $89.99.

“Apparently the crushed up cookie in a Subway sandwich is a thing. Oh good god.” — redditor coyotechoir at reacts to revelations that some Subway customers ask for cookies on their subs. Are these the same people that want Fritos on their sandwiches, too?