Apparently even the prospect of being cooped up is enough to make some people go bonkers. Here is video proof -- it's a handy-dandy compilation of all the bizarre antics accidentally caught by news cameras during Hurricane Sandy.
Aah! Halloween! Halloweenhalloweenhalloween! Just because it's our favorite holiday doesn't mean we can't have a little laugh at its expense. Or our own. Wait who's laughing at whom? What's going on? We ate too much candy corn and now everything is confusing. Happy Halloween, here are some memes!
Videos of old-timey skeleton dances are the best way to get a little spook-ified before Halloween without accidentally soiling yourself. That is a fact -- you can ask anybody. Oh, thanks for asking. Yes, that is a fact. From PBS to Disney and beyond, here are the best skeleton dances EVER to get you into the spirit of Halloween.
As predicted, Hurricane Sandy created one crazy night. Millions without power, explosions, flooding and at least 18 people dead. Don't let your braggedy friends on Facebook convince you this wasn't a big deal. It was crazy. Here are some pics to sum up what happened. Feel free to share your photos in the comments.
We aren't monkeying around when we say that this macaque apes Albert Einstein perfectly. Okay, now that the primate puns (and attendant alliteration) are out of the way, seriously take a look at this baby macaque. An amateur photographer and professional physicist spotted the monkey in Malaysia. We agree the similarity is uncanny.
We're really getting into the Halloween spirit here at TheFW. It's nothing new -- it's always been one of our favorite holidays (right after Arbor Day). So, while we enjoying settling down with a good (bad) scary movie, sometimes we wax a little nostalgic. These are the songs from our childhood that really get us in the mood for trick or treating, which we're apparently too "old" to do anymore, unless our plan to dress up like a scary six-year-old finally works. Check them out, and let us know if we missed one of your favorites.
To Dan Knowlton, his Cabbage Patch Kids are his children. "They're easier to cope with." True -- they never grow or die or have to maintain necessary life functions, but that doesn't mean you need 600 of them.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is hosting 'Saturday Night Live' for the second time this Saturday, and you should probably tune in -- he's planning on cutting himself in half onstage, so it might be the last time you ever get to see him do anything, which is a shame because we *just* found out that he is also a ninja
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