The next time a particular aspect of your own appearance gets you down -- like an expanding waistline, or a larger than normal nose -- remember what our mom used to say to us as children: "You could've been born as a star-nosed mole, or a blobfish. Now shut up and eat your tacos!" (Love ya, mom!)
Even if you don't believe that Bigfoot is real, you should read this list. You never know when Bigfoot is going to be the topic of conversation at a cocktail party, and if there's one thing that's important in life, it's being entertaining at cocktail parties. And candied peanuts, but mostly being entertaining at cocktail parties.
Remember at the beginning of season two of 'Mad Men' when Don went to visit the doctor for an insurance physical? The doctor told him that he "lives too hard" and then told him to take it easy. So what did Don do next? Tucked down a full
Indiana Jones was one of our favorite movie characters growing up -- he ate brains, killed Nazis and wasn't ashamed to admit he hates snakes. We assume this love is universal. That's why we made this handy little infographic just for you.
Maybe you think of comedian and actor Patton Oswalt as the guy who brilliantly nicknamed KFC's Famous Bowls "Sadness Bowls." Maybe to you he is the guy from 'King of Queens' or the voice of 'Ratatouille.' But he is also the person who came up with the uplifting message we all needed to hear after yesterday's tragic bombing during the Boston Marathon.
Ah, Disney – an essential component of childhood. However, beneath the saccharine surfaces of these fluffy romances lies some truly disturbing content. Check out our "honest" takes on what Disney movies were really showing us in our youth.
Just let us have our dream. A dream where we love watching television because Ryan Gosling is in every show. Where choosing something on Netflix is impossibly easy, because Ryan Gosling is in everything. A world where we actually pay money to see 'The
We're big fans of 'Game of Thrones' here, so much so that we can't really picture our lives before it. How did we get our fantasy fix in the days before dragons and direwolves? 'Lord of the Rings'? Bah! The only thing that used to come close to the seat-of-your-pants, moment-to-moment excitement of George R.R. Martin's fantasy series is the "Choose-Your-Own-Adventure" novels of our youth.
Roger Ebert passed away this week. He was an amazing man who not only provided people with his opinions on movies, he planted the notion that movies could be more than just observed in the minds of countless people. And he was entertaining. (Proof: This review of 'Deuce Bigelow: European Gigolo.') He also led a fascinating life, so we put together some trivia to give you an idea of the greatness that was Roger Ebert.
This week the Supreme Court is hearing arguments for Proposition 8, which banned gay marriage in California. They are also weighing the Defense of Marriage Act, which defines marriage as between a man and a woman.
To show their support for the LGBT community, people have been changing their profile pictures on Facebook. It started as big blocks of solid red. Then changed to a red block with a pink equal sign, which is symbol of the Human Rights Campaign. Now things have gotten a little out of control and some more creative options have popped up. Here are our favorites.
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