Emerald Catron has written for Asylum, Lemondrop, MyDaily and Daily Fill. She is one half of rap duo Dem Shortybooz and is a comedic performer around NYC. Follow her on Twitter @emeraldcatron
Watch 32 Metronomes Sync Up (It’s Science!)
We realize asking people to stare at a bunch of out-of-sync metronomes is kind of a hard sell, but this is actually really cool. For a while it seems like it's not going to happen, then, magically (note: technically physics, not magic), they do. Here's why.
Chameleon Washing Hands In Sink Is Strangely Cute
We're pretty sure this chameleon is actually just trying to climb the water coming out of the sink because it's an idiot rather than wash its hands, but it's more fun to pretend that's what it's doing.
9 of the Wackiest Bathrooms Ever
We spend so much time doing the pee pee dance and hoping that the homeless person who's locked himself in the Starbucks bathroom hasn't died that it's nice to take a moment every now and then and remind ourselves that this isn't the way things are everywhere. Here are nine of the…
Joseph Gordon-Levitt Reveals Ninja Skills in ‘SNL’ Promos
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 …
Nerd Out With the New Trailer for ‘The Hobbit’
Another trailer for 'The Hobbit' has graciously been released, and it's a full two-and-a-half minutes long. Don't worry, knowing Peter Jackson, there's plenty of movie left unspoiled.
Mudd the Wonder Dog Versus the Trampoline
We can't tell if Mudd the dog loves the trampoline or really hates it. On the one hand, he's barking at it like he can't stand it. On the other hand, SOMERSAULTS!!
Terrible Reporter Makes Baby Cry
"Way to go, Dan. Way to make a baby boy cry on live television." Yeah, good job Dan. We especially like how once the baby starts to cry his impulse is to run awaaaaaayy, and then later to cheer the crying kid up with a bit of song and dance.