We would feel bad for Ryan Lochte, except, you know, he won all those Olympic medals. These news anchors are so astounded by his amazing stupidity while promoting his E! reality show that as soon as the interview is over, they began laughing uncontrollably. "How are they going to put together 13 weeks of p
Listen, we get it. Of all people, we get it. Sometimes you let an errant comma slip. Maybe you don't notice that something is a sentence fragment because you're riding the waves of hangover nausea. We understand that sometimes being an editor is rough, but how the how do you wind up with a headline that looks like it says "Rapefruit Good for every meal"?
If we're going to wax all nostalgic about things, let's not even compare the way things used to be to the way things are now. Let's instead lament how HORRIBLE it would be if things from the past were invented today.
We saw this amazing resignation cake and got inspired. Not to quit our jobs, but to admire the ways others have in the past. Our most "creative" quit was telling the owner of a Chinese buffet over the phone that they couldn't yell at us anymore, because we quit so there. Compared to these, that just isn't that impressive.
Having once worked in a theater, we can honestly say that this video is not the least bit surprising. An employee was instructed by his boss to throw away an old box of Milk Duds. Since his boss didn't tell him specifically the mode by which to do this, he took the liberty of turning the entire snack bar into a domino rally
Sometimes somebody has one job to do...JUST ONE...and they can't even get it right. These are those times. Here are our favorite examples of the latest internet meme that involves somebody screwing up one simple task. ONE.
You know, we're going to forgive these guys for referring to the great Sam Neill as "The Guy From 'Jurassic Park'" (have they really never seen 'Omen III: End of Days'????). Because this latest honest trailer from the folks at Screen Junkies is funny. And also because of their extended shot of shirtless 'Jurassic Park'-era Jeff Goldblum posing sexily with his blouse unbuttoned. Yeah, it's a blouse. Look at it.
Yesterday Jane Henson passed away. She was 78 years old. During her life, she was married to Jim Henson, and she worked with him until she took a break from puppetry to raise their children. Together they started 'The Muppet Show,' and Jane's work with the Jim Henson Legacy ensured that future generations would fall in love with the characters she and her husband dreamed up.
We're still a little apprehensive after all of yesterday's April Fool's shenanigans, so we didn't believe this was real at first. It does seem as though Pixar really will be making a sequel to 'Finding Nemo,' called 'Finding Dory.'
As part of their April Fool's Day tradition, Google is running a pretty great prank on YouTube, right now. They are listing the nominees for the best of YouTube before it "shuts down." Every video is nominated. They are listing every v
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