Some women keep money in their bras, or weed, like my best friend. Others take it to another level… Watch this magician in action as she pulls a flash, a fifth of vodka and a whole bunch of keys out from under her boob like it’s nothing.
Couldn’t even tell any of that stuff was in there, could you? (Via Grouchy Muffin)
So Howard Stern was recently talking about this video of a girl explaining why guys who give you black eyes are keepers. She’s 100% serious and it’s equal parts sad and funny.
Press play to listen to why you need to stay with abusive dudes who may or may not kill you. It might be the most busted-up “logic” you’ve ever heard.
I just wanted to say that if your boyfriend or the guy that you’re with puts his hands on you like he hits you or beats you up or whatever he does, stay with him. That nigga fucking loves you because he’s risking for you to press charges on him. He’s risking for you calling the police. He’s gonna do time or he’s gonna have to pay money to get out of jail or whatever the case may be, he’s risking all of that for you so that nigga fucking loves you.
Anthony Vincent of the Ten Second Songs is back singing Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” in various spooky styles like Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson, Jack Skellington and The Spice Girls. He’s vocally versatile to the point of making me want to ritualistically murder him and eat his flesh in hopes of becoming just as disgustingly talented.
You’ve probably heard the urban legend about mixing Pop Rocks and Coke, and that Pepsi is so acidic it can be used to remove rust and super-caked on grime on items that probably belong in the trash (since you’re considering dumping soda on them), but you’ve probably never wondered or seen what happens to Coca-Cola when you boil it for a few minutes.
Lorde JUST turned 17, probably wrote the majority of the songs from her debut when she was like 12 because she’s some sort of chart-topping genius and is generally amazing.
“Team” is as good as anything from Pure Heroine, and Lorde (pronounced “Lord,” real name: Ella Yelich-O’Connor) and her friends drink out of milk cartons and bounce around in boat yards in the video. She’s actually so insanely popular that “Team” crashed the living crap out of YouTube.
In totally unsurprising and then slightly surprising news, Olympic diver Tom Daley and Maria Bello (played the wife in A History of Violence and replaced Rachel Weisz in the last Mummy movie) both announced that they are in same-sex relationships this weekend.
Daley – a Tumblr-favorite and teen icon in his own right – has had gay rumors swirling around him like a tornado since we first heard his name, but I’m less in tune (and therefore more interested) in the personal life of Bello.
In a touching article for The New York Times, Bello described a discussion she had with her 12-year-old son about romance. When she decided to tell him that her partner was a woman, he sweetly replied, “Mom, love is love, whatever you are.” Excerpt:
I loved him so much for saying that. “But Jack, I’m a little scared,” I said. “When I was younger, people judged you if you were in a romantic relationship with a person of the same sex, and some still do. So I’m not sure how to deal with this. But we’ll figure it out together.”
Sadly, being in on the joke instantly makes it much less funny. I feel cheated, just like that other time the woman who burned her hand on a curling iron while singing Kreayshawn turned out to be an actress, or the other time the celebrities read the mean tweets that were mostly made up by comedians.
Kimmel pretended to interview the booty-shaking burn victim whose twerk fail video was one of the most popular of the week on his show last night, eventually revealing a director’s cut that featured him putting out the fire (in a matching pink shirt) with an extinguisher. Continue reading “Twerking YouTube Girl on Fire is a Stuntwoman :(“→
The man responsible for popularizing dubstep ran straight into a large and heavy piece of equipment on stage in Mexico City during 2012’s Mothership Tour. (Whomp whomp whomp / Bangarang?)
As Uproxx pointed out, it’s a great video whether you love or hate the genre because it’s humanly impossibly not to laugh at people when they fall straight on their ass in such a slip-of-the-peel type of way.
(I personally don’t hate Skrillex. Ellie Goulding gave him the time of day so he must not be that bad…)
The best way to watch the new Cheerios commercial is without knowledge of the so-called controversy surrounding it. If you’re a reasonably educated liberal, the ad serves as an example of how far we’ve come since the mid 1960s, when interracial marriage was illegal in deep-south states like Mississippi and Georgia. You may not even notice that the parents are not the same color.
Many people who did notice were probably reminded of the hundreds of commercials featuring non-biracial Asian, black, white and Hispanic couples (plus silly, overly inclusive Army and college brochures) and found it refreshing. “It’s about time” seems like an appropriate thought.
Sadly, this country is full of moron bigots who love to hate people who are different and/or happier.
The follow-up to Psy’s breakout hit “Gangnam Style” may be forgiven for being significantly less sing-along-worthy because of its quirky video. In “Gentleman” the South Korean rapper dances in all sorts of different locations, with all different types of people. Causing the most problems for the opposite sex by knocking them off treadmills, undoing their bikini tops and farting in their faces.
The few lyrics that are in English leave little to the imagination, but that’s okay because he’s just so damn adorable. (“Gonna make you sweat, gonna make you wet, you know who I am.”)
There are bad parents out there, I know. There are parents who miss childhood milestones like graduations and dance recitals. There are parents who buy their kids liquor and let them throw huge parties at their houses because they want to be more of a friend to their children than an actual guardian. Some parents, I think, see children as more of an accessory than anything else. These are bad parents.
Then we have your terrible, god awful, I-can’t-believe-the-doctor-didn’t-sterilize-you-after-he-found-out-you-were-pregnant parents. These are the ones who obviously don’t give a shit about their kids.
Some people have a lot of time on their hands. Thankfully, some choose to use it wisely. Like YouTube user FinalCutKing, who made a stop-motion video of Mario running on a wall using no less than 7,000 Post-It notes.